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### Polygons graphic organizer and practice

Two pages of introduction to polygon vocabulary, interior angle sum, exterior angles, naming, and parts of the polygon. Twelve practice problems involve solving from variables, determining the number of sides of a polygon, and finding interior and exterior angles. Answer key included. The one-page reference sheet is a great way for SPED and ESL/ESOL students to have a quick way to access the information they need for polynomials. Happy Solving! from the miss jude math! shop

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FREE {for a short time} a poster showing the angle pairs formed when a transversal cuts through 2 parallel lines

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### Runde's Room

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Mrs. Hester's Classroom : parallel lines and transversals

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### Geometry Activity - Find Geometry in Your Name - Geometry FUN

Geometry Activity - Find Geometry in your Name! Students LOVE to look for the geometry in their own names! Geometry terms include: Parallel Lines, Perpendicular Lines, intersecting Lines, Right Angle, Acute Angle, Obtuse Angle, Right Triangle, Isosceles Triangle, Equilateral Triangle, Scalene Triangle, Congruent Figures, Similar Figures, Symmetry, Vertical Line & Horizontal Line.

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Angle pair terms worksheet... "for each diagram of the marked angles, circle ALL the names or properties that this pair is guaranteed to have."

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### Name Geometry (E is for Explore!)

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DIAMOND - A0996520 - - Manhattan Please Share:TO BE DESTROYED 10/15/16 A volunteer writes: Diamond is as precious as her name, a timid yet incredibly affectionate ebony beauty who’d be a strong candidate for the title of both world’s worst model and world’s sweetest dog! You’ll have to use a bit of imagination to see how truly pretty Diamond is from her photos as during our shoot she’s in perpetual motion, constantly angling for a snuggle sess

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Finding angles in our names. I Like the idea in this pin, but I would have the students look for angles in the shapes using their protractors. I would initially give the students words like "Adam" to find the angles since there are many. Then I would allow the students to pick their own word, draw it, color the angles different colors, then measure and label.

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