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special lines

Here is an interactive way to help students identify the difference of special lines, like lines, segments, rays, and more. It is a way to engage your students.

Lines, Rays, Angles - use toothpicks and stickers.  I've also seen uncooked spaghetti used.

Lines, Rays, Angles, Oh my! --Just use toothpicks and dot stickers. I like the dot sticker idea.

Types of Angles math journal @ Runde's Room:

Runde's Room

Labeling different quadrilaterals using a color code. Love this idea! Image only

What a terrific idea! Labeling different angles using a color code.

5 Activities to Teach Angles

Runde's Room

Triangles anchor chart

Types of Triangles math journal

An Anchor Chart for Introducing Angles - Australian Curriculum- Y4 - ACMMG089 - Geometric Reasoning - Compare angles & classify them as equal to, greater than or less than a right angle

An Anchor Chart for Introducing Angles!

Check out this blog for ideas on foldable fun and learning elementary geometry.

Hooty's Homeroom: Foldable Fun–Geometry- awesome idea for math journals!

Interactive Math Notebooks - some good visuals from a third grade math notebook.

Interactive Math Notebooks - some good visuals from a third grade maths notebook.

Partner Angle Measuring Activity - CCSS Aligned:4.MD.C.6 Measure angles in whole-number degrees using a protractor. Sketch angles of specified measure.

Partner Angle Measuring Activity - CCSS Measure angles in whole-number degrees using a protractor. Sketch angles of specified measure. *** & then give them three specific angles and ask them to draw those, then incorporate them into art of their choosing!

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