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What are Interactive Math Notebooks?Interactive math notebooks are teaching pages used to introduce and teach new math concepts and skills. Each set of notebook pages includes definitions, explanations, rules, and/or algorithms that may be needed to address each standard. Sample and practice problem

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What are Interactive Math Notebooks?
Interactive math notebooks are teaching pages used to introduce and teach new math concepts and skills. Each set of notebook pages includes definitions, explanations, rules, and/or algorithms that may be needed to address each standard. Sample and practice proble

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Create a "Geometry Star"
This is one of my favorite geometry activities to do with upper elementary students. It's a simple review of point, line, line segment, endpoints, angles, and ruler use, plus the "stars" turn into unique, colorful art work for the classroom!
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Plotting fractions on a number line never looked so fun! This pack comes with 3 whole group or small group activities for fraction line plots. Students are given individual task cards of an object measured on a fraction number line. As a class, each child will determine the fraction and plot thei

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This foldable includes six tabs, classifying triangles as follows:
• Acute
• Right
• Obtuse
• Equilateral
• Isosceles
• Scalene
I have students write the definition on the tab and mark each of the triangles using appropriate slashes, arcs, and right angle indicators.
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This foldable organizes notes, formulas, and 3 examples for finding the area of composite figures. Shapes are composed of the following simple figures:
• Squares
• Rectangles
• Parallelograms
• Triangles
• Trapezoids
• Circles (semicircles)
Now with two options! (with or without circles)
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This foldable is the perfect way to introduce calculating the volume of cylinder, cones, and spheres. I also included finding the area of a circle as a review and to help explain how the the formulas of the other 3-D figures work.
This is a GREAT item for interactive notebooks.
An answer key is i

No time for the arts? This is a great way to practice geometry and create cool art projects.
Includes 8 Geometry Art Activities (4 step-by-step and 4 create-your own)
- Lines and Angles (Parallel, Perpendicular, Intersecting, Straight Angle, Right Angle, Acute Angle, Obtuse Angle)
-Triangles (A

This foldable introduces students to dilations. It is organized by the following three tabs:
1. What is a dilation? (Vocabulary: dilation, center of dilation, scale factor, and coordinate notation for dilations)
2. Enlarging a figure (one example asking the student to draw a dilated figure give

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This eight page geometry math handout explains how to construct different kinds of angles (acute, obtuse, right, straight) using items such as coffee filters, plastic plates, and your fingers. Each item or manipulative is inexpensive, easy to make, and simple for students to use. All of the activiti

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This foldable is organized into the following three tabs:
1. Vocabulary (interior angles, exterior angles, remote interior angles)
2. Triangle Sum Theorem
3. Exterior Angle Theorem
It serves as a great introduction to the lesson, a class work assignment, homework assignment, or centers activity.

This foldable provides 4 practice problems to teach or review how to calculate the volume of cylinders, cones, and spheres.
This is a GREAT item for interactive notebooks. It may be used to introduce a lesson, as a homework assignment, or review before a quiz or test.
A detailed answer key is inc

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This foldable is organized into 3 tabs:
*Alternate Interior Angles
*Alternate Exterior Angles
*Corresponding Angles
On the inside of the flap, students can color code/ identify the angles and write congruence statements for each.
Within the foldable there are 10 additional practice problems wher

Thank you for checking out my Measuring and Drawing Angles using Protractors pack!
In this document, you will find the following:
- Half page, step-by-step notes for an Interactive Math Journal on how to measure an angle using a protractor
- Half page, step-by-step notes for an Interactive Math Jo

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This activity includes some fun pi facts and a look at the first few hundred digits of pi!
Teachers will need to provide six cylindrical objects (soda cans, jars, etc) for students to measure. They will discover the diameter, radius, area of the base, circumference of the ba

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This foldable organizes the definition/ characteristics and picture/ diagram for the following types of angles:
*Acute
*Obtuse
*Right
*Straight
Each page makes 2 foldables. An answer key is provided. You can have students write in the information or print the extra page so they can cut and paste

This foldable provides students with notes, a discovery/ proof, and 6 examples. They will have to find missing side lengths (a,b, and c) as well as simplify radicals (or use the decimal equivalent).
Now with two options! I used a slightly differerent version with my grade level students compared

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Now with TWO options!
Option 1 (green): This option includes polygons from 3 to 10 sides. Its purpose is to introduce polygons, learn the number of sides, edges, and vertices on each polygon, and begin the conversation about regular vs not regular polygons.
Options 2 (orange): This foldable con

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This set includes an intro on Pythagorus, a starburst proof worksheet, area practice, and pythagorean triple practice.
Includes exit tickets relating to the wizard of oz!
*Answer keys included.
This is a great intro to the pythagorean theorem.
Note that the starburst proof page contains squares

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Geometry: Geometry - Angles
Have you ever thought about why a “3” stands for three or
why a “4” stands for four? This activity provides an element of novelty where students gain an appreciation for research by discovering the origin of our number system.
The student will have an opportunity to:

Frayer notecards for 3D Polyhedron shapes including cone, rectangular prism and pyramid, triangular prism and pyramid, cylinder, sphere, and cube. Includes spots for number of faces, edges, vertices, and bases. I usually have my kids put examples in one box and draw the net in the next box.
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This foldable provides a nice overview of triangle proofs. There are 5 tabs: SSS, SAS, HL, ASA, AAS. Under each tab, I have written the postualte or theorem. There is another option which is left blank to allow students to take notes on the postualtes or theorems. Within the foldable, there are

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A fun foldable to review or teach permutations, combinations, and probability with permutations and combinations.

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This Area of a Triangle foldable activity uses silly - but memorable and relevant - phrasing to teach students the relationship between triangles and rectangles - they will remember this activity! Several different formula options are available - choose the one that you use to teach.Sometimes it’s t

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