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

Modeling lines and angles using toothpicks... Students describe each in an index card glued to the back

Heidelberg houses Detroit Heidelberg project (look up on Internet--may have a local spin you can put on it)

Another site/link rec. from Dr. Nickie "Angles is a 4th Grade Standard in the CCSS. Here is a great set of activities to have students do in their math journals. I (Dr. Nickie) really like it because it is interactive, engaging and standards-based. Check it out!Types of Angles math journal @ Runde's Room."

2nd Grade with Mrs. Wade: A great blog with tons of interactive ideas (Math, Science, Reading & Writing)

FREE a poster showing the angle pairs formed when a transversal cuts through 2 parallel lines

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

Popsicle Stick Architecture by Plains Art Museum, via Flickr

Using toothpicks for geometric terminology. Love! You could also add intersecting lines, perpendicular lines, and use this for measuring angles later