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Submitted by John P. Students will love putting robot pictures together with the shapes and colors they are learning. For older students add more difficult geometric shapes. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
Formulas for Algebra, Functions, Analytic Geometry, Limits and Derivatives, Integration, and Series formulas. http://www.mathportal.org/mathformulas.php
Here are some examples of solids and their nets. Kids often are expected to match them on worksheets. however, it is much easier for them to “see” if they can manipulate these nets. How many faces? How many vertices? How … Continue reading
From mrsbrownart.com Students created hand puppets made from legal envelopes and cut pieces of paper. They reviewed the names of geometric shapes and used those shapes to create the puppets. At the end they added detail to their puppet with … Continue reading
From familyfun.go.com Materials Lightweight, colored paper Glue Instructions Cut out eight 3 1/2-inch squares from lightweight colored paper. Fold one square in half so that the crease is at the top. Fold down the upper left corner to form … Continue reading
What you will need: Toothpicks Grapes or marshmallows Have students use the above materials to create 2 and 3 dimensional shapes. The toothpicks are a great way to teach about edges. The grapes/marchmallows are used to teach about vertices.
From abcya.com “Shape Construction”- geometry and symmetry practice Shapes is a fun educational activity to help children learn basic properties of simple geometric figures. Children will practice looking for differences and similarities between shapes to complete puzzles. Shapes! gets progressively … Continue reading
From abcya.com Click link for tangrams: http://abcya.com/tangrams.htm Click here to “like” teachertime123 on facebook!
From mathplayground.com Area and Perimeter- http://www.mathplayground.com/area_perimeter.html
Virtual Math Manipulatives- geometry, algebra, measurment, probability, data, numbers and operations
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives http://nlvm.usu.edu/
Lines and Angles book…great when you are limited on time! Use for grades 3-5. This book could also be made with tooth picks. However, tooth picks don’t always stay on with glue very well. Click here to like … Continue reading
*Name parallel lines. *Name a right angle. *Name an acute angle *Name perpendicular lines. *Name a straight angle. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!