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This has been my students' favorite project this year. The whole point is to have students use the geometric terms that they've learned in a creative way. You can use it as a way for students to learn and practice new vocabulary, or as a review project, or even as a culminating project after a unit

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Hands-on geometry practice! Students demonstrate their understanding of geometric concepts in a fun way using this engaging project. Grades 3 and up. Includes standards, essential questions, and enduring understandings, and grading checklist.Great for remedial or accelerated student populations.We

This product includes a directions page which explains that students will create either a town or amusement park map using a list of geometric shapes. Students will first learn about the shapes, design the map on their own paper, label the different shapes, create a model using materials they have a

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Check out this fun project in which students can apply their understanding of geometric concepts. Included in this project is a clear set of directions with specific criteria for students to meet. Additionally there is a well-articulated rubric that allocates points to each component from the direct

Students will use knowledge of perpendicular lines, parallel lines, intersecting lines, acute angles, right angles, and obtuse angles to create a map of an imaginary town. Fun way to assess vocabulary knowledge!

I would recommend printing on cardstock and laminating the cards so they can be reused. **Note: Some of the numbers have been combined on one sheet to save paper, so they do not all appear in order.**These are great for use at a center or decoration in your classroom.If you are interested in these n

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I would recommend printing on cardstock and laminating the cards so they can be reused. **Note: Some of the numbers have been combined on one sheet to save paper, so they do not all appear in order.**These are great for use at a center or decoration in your classroom.If you are interested in these n

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K - 12^{th}

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UPDATED 2021- If you have already purchased you may download again for the updates! I created this project as a fun, interactive way for students to practice and review geometry vocabulary and concepts! This is a great project to use at the end of a geometry unit, review for testing, or end of the

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**UPDATED WITH REMOTE LEARNING OPTION MAY 2020**A blizzard is on course for your town! School was quick to dismiss you early, so buses would not be stuck in the worse weather expected this season. After an hour or so of braving stormy roads, your bus pulls up to your home. You make a run for the doo

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9^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

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Also included in: DIGITAL BREAKOUT BUNDLE - ALGEBRA II VOLUME I

This is a fun, engaging project that you can do at the end of a Geometry Unit. There are three different versions of the project for your High (Three Stars), Medium (Two Stars), and Low students (One Star). This is the perfect performance task that you can use to assess your students' knowledge, whi

Find out how fun math can be with MATH TALES. Students practice their math skills then exercise their creativity and knowledge of basic parts of speech to help write the "Tale". When my students are working on Math Tales, I see fist pumps, hear laughter, and the kids want to share their "Tale" that

Also included in: 6th Grade Geometry BUNDLE

In this project, students will explore the world of Geometry around them. They will identify different Geometric shapes utilized in architecture, signs and more as they explore their hometown. Students will demonstrate their knowledge of Geometric shapes in a real-world context.

This Power Point is made to go along with the EnVision Math series for 5th Grade Math. (Topic 8 Lesson 1- Basic Geometric Ideas).
*This Power Point includes a Google Maps image of a map in our town. You might want to replace it with a map of your town so that it relates to students personally.
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Geometry Town- Students will use their knowledge of geometric terms to create a map. Words include perpendicular, parallel, trapezoid, obtuse, acute and many more.

Students will create a town map made of different geometric figures. They will demonstrate their knowledge of parallel and perpendicular lines, acute and obtuse angles, geometric shapes as well as many other geometric concepts through this creative and fun project.
This project can be adapted to h

"Congratulations, you are the mayor of a new town! You will create a map of your town using any art materials, a ruler, and grid paper."
Students will create a map of a new town. They are required to represent specific geometric figures in their work including special polygons, various angles, and

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This in-class project requires students to create a "geometric town" that meets a list of teacher created requirements. Combining math and social studies, students must create a town that has all the essentials of a real town (town hall, fire station, schools, etc...) organized on their map in a log

In this unit, you will find:
Geometry Flashcards
A Geometric Shape Scavenger Hunt
A Geometry Shape of the Day activity
3 Different Geometry Quizzes with answer keys
A Geometry Study Guide/Graphic organizer
Geometry I Have... Who Has game cards
Geometry Town activity

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2^{nd} - 6^{th}

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Students will show off their geometry knowledge while designing their own town using geometric attributes. This activity includes the students directions and a rubric.

Students will follow specific directions and utilize their knowledge of angles and geometric shapes to create their own geometrical town. Students will demonstrate an understanding of acute angles, obtuse angles, right triangles, equilateral triangles, rhombus, trapezoid, hexagons, octagons, pentago

Use this set of Interactive Google Slides™ to address identifying 2D Shapes (geometric & real life). You can use these slides in whole group with your students or assign the slides in Google Classroom and easily go back and see which shapes your students need to work on. There are 8 different sh

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PreK - 1^{st}

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Also included in: Interactive Google Slides™: Kindergarten Math BUNDLE | Distance Learning

Guided Instruction: Project Idea/Concept: TSW collaborate to design and develop a new town using geometric concepts. You are a city planner. You have been asked to plan a new part of your city. You will first be asked to create a 2-D blueprint (map) of your plan. Next you will need to submit your pl

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4^{th} - 5^{th}

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This item is a math project that uses various geometry terms to create a map of a town. The town can be made up or real, but it must include all of the geometrical properties listed on the rubric. Additionally, the students must create a map key so that the geometric figures are easy to find for g

Have your students demonstrate their understanding of many different math concepts while designing a map of their own town! This hands-on math activity is a project that will definitely engage your students.Check out the preview for more details!Objective: To demonstrate an understanding of geometri

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2^{nd} - 5^{th}

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