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Should have included this in my lesson on parallel, intersecting, and perpendicular lines... (k, no, not really... but it did make me smile)

cute way to teach angles, line segments, perpendicular lines and parallel lines

Geometry. Make your students do it themselves for those hands-on kinesthetic learners!

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Plenty of examples of anchor charts. I especially like the Geometry Family Tree. :-))