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    Homeschool Math: Geometry

    Math is shapely.

    Homeschool Math: Geometry

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    using a fun little sheet to get the kids practicing using a protractor

    Teaching in Room 6

    DIY measurement book--use it to model area

    Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: Poetry, Measurement Olympics, and the Zoo!

    geometric designs formed inside an octagon--it would be cool to do this inside many-sided shapes, and see the different designs that are possible.

    Geometric Designs in Grade Five

    Make a geodesic dome and sphere out of straws and pipe cleaners.

    Engineering for Kids: Straw Geodesic Dome & Sphere - Babble Dabble Do

    Use Knex to study angle relationships.

    Angle Relationships

    Perimeter Area Song - YouTube For FOURTH grade. Activity: sing along with the song. Lead Topic: define area, and perimeter.

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    Parallel Perpendicular art.

    love2learn2day: Parallel & Perpendicular Art

    YouTube 4th grade video review of edges, faces, and vertices

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    Using a protractor in a real world situation. Find the planet using the protractor to point the telescope. Gives the student a real feel for how big an angle really is.

    Math Games for Kids . Cyberchase | PBS KIDS

    Exploring Area and Volume With Minecraft

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    LOVE this!! I think the kids will to and help them represent 3D shapes for maths at the same time

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    Use this math tool to practice calculating the volume of a cube. What would the height need to be to make this statement true?

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    Filling the Frame with Learning great 5th grade website. She has math and science ideas galore. This is an example of a volume experiment.

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    Experiment with Musical Water Glasses, and integrate music, math and science!

    How to Make Music with Water Glasses | Connections Academy

    Lesson to help reinforce concept of volume. 5.MD.5 Relate volume to the operations of multiplication and addition and solve real world and mathematical problems involving volume. b. Apply the formulas V = l × w × h and V = b × h for rectangular prisms to find volumes of right rectangular prisms with whole-number edge lengths in the context of solving real world and mathematical problems.

    Volume Activity

    Build a cubic meter using rolled up newspaper + lots of other math centers/activity idea aligned with the CCSS

    5th Grade Measurement and Data

    a set of pattern block lessons and reproducibles for grades K-2.

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    Geometry Fest

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    Easy and fun Tangram challenges for kids (Free)

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    Make your own geo board from pegs, cardboard, and glue.

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    Christmas tree geometry lesson using protractors and measuring angles

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    Shapes popsicle sticks

    A, Bee, C, Preschool

    Geometry main lesson book

    Detroit Waldorf School

    Perimeter Song

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