Geometry Notes
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# Geometry Notes

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## Identify geometric shapes

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Variety of geometry worksheet along with other subjects.

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A game for young children learning about geometry

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## Math Worksheets - Geometry - Point, Lines, Line Segments, Rays

Worksheets - Geometry - Point, Lines, Line Segments, Rays...

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Worksheets that can test students knowledge of shapes

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## Shape Song

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Can help to show students a visual of requirements of CCSS.Math.2.G.A.1 Recognize and draw shapes having specified attributes, such as given numbe rof angles or a given number of equal faces. 1 Identify triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons and cubes.

Danielle Johnson's curator insight,

This is a cute sing-a-long for learning the names of 2-D and 3-D shapes. Not only does it show a picture of the shape, it also has the written name, orally pronounces the name, and invites the students to repeat the names. It is a great game that adds a little fun to learning. As we get into geometry second semester, this would be a fun game to sing along too during morning meeting to help my students get more familiar with the names and categories of shapes!

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## Learning shapes triangles circles polygons quadrilaterals

Learning shapes triangles, circles, polygons and quadrilaterals English lesson

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Learning names of shapes

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Learning shapes triangles, circles, polygons and quadrilaterals English lesson

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Richette Cole's insight:

An activity I could use incorperating art with geometry shapes.

Danielle Johnson's curator insight,

On Pinterest, I found this great resource for connecting geometry activities to the common core state standards! Full of great ideas such as a "Shape Monster" activity which not only has students create the shape on their own, but they also have to identify the shapes attributes that they used to create their monster. This is a fun activity I can use after teaching the basic attributes they must learn in second grade (identifying number of angles, equal faces, triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, cubes, etc.)

This resource also includes an activity called "What Shape Am I?" which I can use to incorporate writing into the geometry lesson. For this activity the students not only have to be able to describe every aspect of their shape so that their peer who reads it can identify the shape, but they also have to draw the shape correctly themselves.

These are only 2 examples from this resource that I plan to implement in my classroom, but there are many more great ones as well.