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A great way to remember the different types of angles for geometry.  Very cute and catchy :-) Sung to YMCA

Pin 5 is a video that is a song of the different types of angles. There are moves that go along with the song. The song says the name of the right, acute, obtuse, and straight angles and their measurements.

Living math - learning math through read aloud literature. great book lists. lesson plans.

living math - learning math through read aloud literature. great reading book lists at the bottom.

Area and Perimeter Word Problems - Free in Laura Candler's geometry file cabinet

Area and Perimeter Word Problems - Free in Laura Candler's geometry file cabinet - More than just this worksheet

The 4th Grade May-niacs: Lines and Angles

Unit Basics of Geometry ~ The Grade May-niacs: Lines and Angles.I love that there is a foldable and she include dot paper to help them create the lines and angles.

Interactive transformations foldable for math. You can use a paper clip to help for translation, a piece of tape to reflect your shape, and a brad so your shape can rotate.

Transformations Foldable

Translation, Rotation, Reflection Interactive transformations foldable for math. You can use a paper clip to help for translation (slide), a piece of tape to reflect your shape (flip), and a brad so your shape can rotate (turn).

This has been my students' favorite project this year. The whole point is to have students use the geometric terms that they've learned in a creative way. You can use it as a way for students to learn and practice new vocabulary, or as a review project, or even as a culminating project after a unit on geometry.I have been developing this project over time, and I've worked out many of the kinks.

Geometry Town Project: Using Geometric Vocabulary to Design a Map

Geometry Town Project: Using Geometric Vocabulary to Design a Map. Great for a Math lesson!

Zap It!! - Math Game. Another way to get students practicing facts!

Pinner wrote, "I play this in my classroom. My students BEG to play. Great way to practice basic multiplication skills. I use an empty tissue box to hold my sticks though. Young's Explorers: Zap It!

Students find all the geometry in their names. Great idea!

Students find all the geometry in their names. In this activity, students describe, name, and interpret direction and distance in navigating space and apply ideas about direction and distance.

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