Cover old tissue rolls and cardboard boxes with colored duct tape to make 3D shape models in math #recycling #teachingtips

Circumference and area of a Circle and Coordinate Graphing

Remember "magic capsules?" Here's a fun activity we did recently that uses magic capsules to practice calculating the area using centimeter squared graphing paper. Freebie recording sheet included.

Use a pipe cleaner threaded through a straw to teach angles by letting kids manipulate it. There is no other information on this at the link, but I think you get the idea!

### Toilet Paper Math Challenge Project ~ Area and Perimeter

Foldable Fun– Geometry- Lots of idea on this blog!

### Hooty's Homeroom: Foldable Funâ€“Geometry

Linear Equations with pipe cleaners

idea to show kids the difference

### Hippo Hooray for Second Grade!: A Peek at My Week + Skittles!

The post also includes a video! Great way to teach 5th Graders how to convert measurements

Journal Wizard: Algebra: Cartesian Coordinate Plane and Domain & Range foldable

Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Common Core 4.G.A.2

Middle School OCD: Circles, Supplementary, & Complementary Angles

Coordinates: Hidden Message Preview

activity to make perimeter & area make sense!

FREEBIE - Easter Co-ordinate, Graphing, Ordered Pairs Pictures

Quadrilaterals Interactive Math Journal Page. Love this!

Island Conquer math game freebie - combines area and perimeter practice with coordinate graphing skills.

Pockets for sorting different types of triangles-Part of an interactive notebooking project (Geometry unit) $

Hodges Herald: Math Journals- Geometry Unit: this is so fun! Really big impact on students if the middle angle is placed last.

Island Conquer math game freebie - combines area and perimeter practice with coordinate graphing skills.

This Graphing Worksheet will produce a four quadrant coordinate grid and a set of ORDERED PAIRS that when correctly plotted and connected will produce different characters. You may select from several different characters.

Runde's Room: Math Journal Sundays: 2D Geometry - Polygons