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• Popsicle Stick Geometry anchor chart. Put in Math Journal

• Great Math Idea. Angles using Popsicle sticks!

• love this idea for using craft sticks for geometry lessons

• 2nd Grade with Mrs. Wade: using popsicle sticks to show angles and lines.

• Melissa Small • 2 years ago

As a geometry teacher, I feel I shouldoint out that there is no such thing as parallel or perpendicular angles, the lines are

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

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