Google Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Proofs Activity

This is my second Google Digital Activity that I created today so I am going to upload it while catching up on the Game of Thrones!

I split this proofs activity into 3 "levels"for students. Below are descriptions and pictures of each level. 

Level A: This level has the scrambled statements and reasons (I use this level for most of my special education students). Students are able to interactively move the statements and reasons into the correct spot.  

Level B: This level has the table set up for students so they know how many statements and reasons they need (I give my on-level geometry students this level). They can press insert text box into each box and write out the statements and reasons. 

Level C: This level is blank and reserved normally for pre-AP students. 

We are not 1:1 yet, but I can reserve Chromebooks/iPads/a computer lab once school starts back up. Below are some more pictures of the activity.

If you want to use this activity in Google, you and your students will need a free Google account to access this activity.

Directions for Google use:
1. After you have downloaded the resource into your Google Drive, make a copy to share with your students. It is important to make a copy so that students do not make any changes to the original.

2. Share the COPIED link to your students (not the original). Make sure that you press "can edit"

3. Students will then be able to access the copied link in their Google Drive. When students are finished, they can share the final product with you.

If you can think of any way that I can edit this to make it better for all students, please leave a comment. 

Here are the Google Files:


  1. Hi! I really like that this is differentiated for students at all levels. Did you have it so that students were working on the page at the same time, and could see other student's edits? Or did each student do it individually? I'd like to have each student do it individually, but can't wrap my head around how to do that on drive without them seeing what other students are doing.

  2. When you share the link to the students (I sent it in my Canvas account, so share it in the platform you use to share work) Have students click "File" then "Make a Copy" They now have it to work individually. I give the option in my honors class of individual or Pair. I am sending the 3 documents and I deleted all but 3 in A and B for them to use as guide. The only one the are to turn in is C, completed, if that makes sense to you. My thought is those that understand, can move straight to C and complete their proofs, those that just needed to see the structure, can do a couple at B (and transfer that work to their C) and then apply what they discover to C, and those that really need support can start at A. If they are very lost, I will hold a mini-lesson, doing one with them.

  3. I'm such a rookie with google drive... is there a way to just download and print these activities for cut-and-paste?