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A great way to remember the different types of angles for geometry. Sung to YMCA. My kids talked about how corny it was, but they loved singing it and could remember all the angles!

The 4th Grade May-niacs: Lines and Angles

Unit Basics of Geometry ~ The Grade May-niacs: Lines and Angles.I love that there is a foldable and she include dot paper to help them create the lines and angles.

Geometry:  Name

Name Geometry

This lesson comes from Teacher Created Materials ! Students look for geometry in their name. Also, check out Polygon Alphabet !

Excellent foldable idea to teach angles

Middle School OCD: Circles, Supplementary, & Complementary Angles and Interactive notebook activities

Teach Me How to do Math (Division Math Rap)...Anything that makes math fun is great in my book! This teacher is awesome!

Teach Me How to do Math (Division Math Rap).Anything that makes math fun is great in my book! This teacher is awesome! Use to link to long division gun gam style

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!

Angle Anchor Chart -Students make one & take it home! Will need is four pipe cleaners, construction paper & tape per student.

Teaching With a Mountain View: Anchor Charts

Anchor Charts

There are three (3) sets of angles task cards in this pack for a total of one hundred (100) task cards!

Angles Task Cards

Awesome way to teach quadrilaterals! Done it this way for years, now there's some techie stuff to help me do it better!

MATH Group Learning Geometry/Teaching Strategy: Above all, my math students love…

Students find all the geometry in their names. Great idea!

Students find all the geometry in their names. In this activity, students describe, name, and interpret direction and distance in navigating space and apply ideas about direction and distance.

Use a pipe cleaner threaded through a straw to teach angles by letting kids manipulate it. There is no other information on this at the link, but I think you get the idea!

Use a pipe cleaner threaded through a straw to teach angles by letting kids manipulate it. (picture only) triangles. Did this with my third graders. they built angles, then shapes then shapes!

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