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Geometry Vocabulary Reference Pages - Intermediate Grades

At first glance this picture looks like a 1st grade math project. However the angles on it have alot to do with making a good movie. In order to keep and video from getting boring and dull a good camera man takes shots from different angles such as High shots, low shots, the list goes on but a movie with only one angle quickly becomes dull.

Foldable Fun for geometry: If needed, link shows how to make the pyramid.

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 creati...

Geometry, Geometry solids, Geometric shapesThis Geometry package can be used in two ways:-as a culminating activity for a basic geometry unit on terms and shape recognition for elementary grades.-or as a review of term and shape recognition before embarking on more advanced Geometry for middle school students.Both PowerPoint presentations show real world images and objects for students to analyze, and then identify and classify them in Geometric terms.

Sacred geometry is the expression of geometry related to the evolution of consciousness, mind, body, and spirit in geometric terms. True sacred geometry is not just static angular forms. It is organic and living-it is in constant evolution (transcendence) or devolution (materialization), ascending or descending from one form to another.

90 #MathTaskCards with various geometry skills, including identifying examples of geometric terms, identifying the vertex of various angles, using a protractor to measure angles, classifying triangles by sides or angles, and identifying polygons, especially types of triangles and quadrilaterals. $

Solid Figures review: "I Have Who Has" game - cut out cards and pass them out to students

Geometry Review - Find Someone Who (cooperative learning structure) Great for students as an alternative to independent practice, as review before a quiz, spiral review throughout the year, or test prep. Fourth Grade Common Core aligned (4.G.1). $

What's an angle? See angles in everyday situations. Which angle is biggest? Find out how angle size relates to the amount of rotation. Learn about the geometric terms 'ray', 'vertex', 'line' and 'line segment'.