Common geometry formulas you can use to calculate the area, perimeter, and circumference of various plane figures.

Common geometry formulas you can use to calculate the area, perimeter, and circumference of various plane figures.

'Flipping' the Classroom...activity involving the students discovering the definitions, characteristics, and pictures of new vocabulary

'Flipping' the Classroom...activity involving the students discovering the definitions, characteristics, and pictures of new vocabulary

All of the pages of this 10 page FREE handout are solved like magic squares. Number tiles are positioned so that the total of the tiles on each line of the geometric shape must add up to be the same sum. The designated sum for the shape is written on each page as well as the specific number tiles to be used. Most of the geometric puzzles have more than one answer; so, students are challenged to find a variety of solutions.

All of the pages of this 10 page FREE handout are solved like magic squares. Number tiles are positioned so that the total of the tiles on each line of the geometric shape must add up to be the same sum. The designated sum for the shape is written on each page as well as the specific number tiles to be used. Most of the geometric puzzles have more than one answer; so, students are challenged to find a variety of solutions.

This is a 15 slides Power Point presentation that covers Points, Lines and Planes. It contains the definitions of points, lines and planes with goo...

Lines, points and Planes

This is a 15 slides Power Point presentation that covers Points, Lines and Planes. It contains the definitions of points, lines and planes with goo...

Geometry Vocabulary Sort - Plane Shapes

Geometry Vocabulary Sort - Plane Shapes

Vocabulary Words,School Daze,Geometry,Planes,Sorting,Definitions,Education,Graphics,Algebra

Did this one a few weeks ago with my geometry kids. Nothing super fancy, but just a little chart to get down the definitions of points, lines, planes and the relationships between them. These were on two separate ISN right side pages. P2

Did this one a few weeks ago with my geometry kids. Nothing super fancy, but just a little chart to get down the definitions of points, lines, planes and the relationships between them. These were on two separate ISN right side pages. P2

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