In this package, I have combined three of my Math products into one large package of Geometry resources. It includes over 20 activites, centers and stations. Below is the description of each of the three products in this package. Also, download the FREE PREVIEW for a thumbnail look at almost every page in the resource!
Area, Circumference, Diameter, Radius, Pi, Creating a Circle Graph...
Included are 6 challenges that address math outcomes concerning circles.
Students complete an initial challenge which will randomly place them into groups.
Students then work together within their group to complete six challenges which are presented to them, one at a time, on cards that you will print out. I've put the challenges two to a sheet, so all you have to do, is print them out on to cardstock (laminate them if you have the time) and cut them apart. You should have a set of cards for each group.
As students are working on the challenges, you are free to circulate and note who is struggling with what concepts and who is moving quickly through the challenges.
I've included everything you'll need for these activities. Solutions are included (except for those challenges where answers vary).
This geometry review package can be used as an assessment at the end of a unit, for fun activities during the unit or even as a review at the end of the year.
Included are 8 review centers addressing various topics in geometry:
-parallel, perpendicular and intersecting lines
-area of a triangle
-area of a parallelogram
-area of a circle
-circumference of a circle
-drawing and classifying triangles (right triangle, equilateral triangle and isosceles triangle)
-drawing and classifying angles (acute, obtuse, right and straight)
-bisecting angles and lines
In the centers, students will be drawing designs, measuring the circumference of actual circular objects, using tangram blocks, measuring and drawing angles, triangles and lines, stretching what they know about area formulas to find the areas of other shapes (like a hexagon) and writing their own questions about geometric concepts for their classmates to answer.
These centers are fun and are great for KT and visual learners especially.
All topics are not addressed in all centers, so if you haven't gotten to one of the topics, you can just eliminate that center or replace it with one of your own.
I've included the center sheets themselves, a list of materials, solutions to the centers and various samples to help you and the students see the expectations of the centers more clearly.
Drawing translations, reflections, and rotations, graphing ordered pairs on a coordinate plane, labeling the x and y axes, identifying ordered pairs, graphing designs etc. is what students will do in this set of activities.
Make teaching Transformations and the Cartesian plane fun with these activities that can be used as math centers, lessons, assessments, or games.
-Translations, reflections and rotations math centers (3) where students will create unique and colorful designs (student samples included)
-Graphing ordered pairs to create mystery designs on a coordinate plane (3 part activity)
-Identifying ordered pairs Memory card game (with a holiday twist for Easter or St. Patrick's Day) followed by optional assessment
-Plotting ordered pairs using lines of longitude and latitude - a hide and seek type of game
-A Transformations and Cartesian plane test with solutions (this could also be broken up into 3 small assignments)
In total, this package includes well over 20 geometry activities, stations and/or assessments that are fun and ready for you to use immediately.
Each of these 3 products are also posted individually in my store.http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Krystal-Mills/Products
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask!
Teacher-Author: Krystal Mills
translations, reflections, rotations, graphing ordered pairs, points on a coordinate grid, math centers, geometry