Create a "Geometry Star" This is one of my favorite geometry activities to do with upper elementary students. It's a simple review of point, line, line segment, endpoints, angles, and ruler use, plus the "stars" turn into unique, colorful art work for the classroom!
This polygon names foldable geometry activity would be the perfect way to help my geometry students take notes on the names of polygons based on the number of sides they have! I love that it has triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, heptagons, octagons, nonagons, decagons, hendecagons, dodecagons, and n-gons! I love using interactive notes in my geometry classroom. We teach this right at back to school time so it would be such a fun activity to get my Geometry students excited!
This is my geometry FREEBIE that includes a game I use to give my students practice classifying shapes in my classroom. This contains a small part of my "How I Teach Geometry" unit to give you an idea of what you're getting in the full product.I use these activities in my classroom to teach geometry each year.This sample game is called "I'm the Best Polygon!"Included in the whole product you will find:Included in this product you will find:Geometry Vocabulary: pg. 1-8Matching Irregular…
Mastering Geometry Vocabulary: "Go Fish" game-Geometry Vocabulary cards study strategy and games provide students with multiple exposures to geometry terms-includes ideas for creative and fun ways to play with these cards and increase vocabulary mastery! partners, independent, math stations, cooperative learning--so much fun to be had!