# Teaching Geometry

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If you've been watching TV or reading magazines, chances are you've seen a tiny house. These little homes are everywhere...and now, we're asking students to make their own 3D version! Build A Tiny House is a project based learning (PBL) activity that'll put the designing into the hands of the stude...

5 Activities to Teach Angles

5 Activities to Teach Angles

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Project Based Learning: GEOMETROCITY! Build a City Made of Math with Geometry.Imagine, Design, and Build a City with this 2D and 3D Adventure!-Project Based Learning-Real World Application-Geometry, Maps, & More -Extension Activities -Differentiated Levels***THIS RESOURCE IS NOW DIGITAL!***Ther...

Teaching area is engaging and authentic with this hands-on applied math activity! Students arrange furniture to find the area and perimeter of their house.

Last week, I wrapped up my unit on shapes. More specifically, shape hierarchy. My kids had a good basis for shapes and terminology such as opposite angles and parallel lines but couldn’t connect how some shapes could be classified in more than one category. I mean, is it just me, or is this a difficult concept to understand? Tell me I’m not alone! I decided that the easiest way to make the connection for them would be to use “clubs”. It was something that was easily relatable to them. I…

A game for 2 or 3 players. Each player chooses a colour pencil or texta they will use in the game. Players take turns rolling the dice, using the numbers that they rolled to draw the perimeter of a rectangle or square & writing the area in the middle of the shape. Game ends when…

Teaching fifth grade since 1999. Specializing in social studies, close reading, brag tags, classroom organization, and DIY.

The AIMS Center Blog is a weekly blog of content describing our work and mission. It contains articles, podcasts, and math puzzles.

Grab a set of marshmallow and toothpick geometry cards to print and build with your kids. It is such a fun way to learn geometric shapes!

Pythagorean Theorem: 2-page "doodle notes" - When students color or doodle in math class, it activates both hemispheres of the brain at the same time. There are proven benefits of this cross-lateral brain activity: - new learning - relaxation (less math anxiety) - visual connections - better mem...

Geometric Art

Work on describing quadrilaterals and identifying them too with your class. Here is a free printable bingo game to describe quadrilaterals.

An Anchor Chart for Introducing Angles from Fern Smith's Classroom Ideas!