This polygon names foldable geometry activity would be the perfect way to help my geometry students take notes on the names of polygons based on the number of sides they have! I love that it has triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, heptagons, octagons, nonagons, decagons, hendecagons, dodecagons, and n-gons! I love using interactive notes in my geometry classroom. We teach this right at back to school time so it would be such a fun activity to get my Geometry students excited!
Triangle Trap is a geometry game that allows students to practice classifying triangles based on sides and/or angles. Players roll a die to identify a type of triangle before searching for one on the game board that fits the name. The first player
f you are new to quilting then you may face one of the most common dilemmas: Choosing a quilt pattern that matches your skill level. I’ve carefully chosen several projects with the new quilter in mind. All of these quilting patterns are designed to get yo
This Triangle unit is a catch all! You can fulfill many goals with this lesson unit. Here's what your get: ***Review of Triangles from previous grades, ***Triangle Sum Proof which is a Common Core and TEK objective ***Constructions and explorations with patty paper ***hands-on activity ***stations for
This set of task cards is designed to help your students determine area and perimeter of various geometric shapes.Students will practice: - Identifying the length of a missing side - Determining correct unit labels - Using multiplication to determine the area of a quadrilateral - Associating names of geometric shapes with the number of sides and types of angles - Naming equilateral and isosceles triangles. Task cards have abundant uses and are a valuable resource for any classroom!