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This is a simple review activity for teaching lines and angles. Take a walk around your school and look for geometry! Or have students do this at home for a great family involvement activity. You are purchasing one page--a chart of 16 geometry terms with spaces for students to write down real-li
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This FREE Geometry Scavenger Hunt focuses on 3D and 2D shapes. I created this to use with my second graders as a review. If used with the included recording sheet, it requires them to name each shape, and identify faces, edges, vertices, angles and sides as is relevant to the shape. I hope you enjo
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Students find and photograph examples of Geometry terms represented in the world (acute angle, perpendicular lines, isosceles triangle, vertical angles, etc.) List of terms is editable so you can adapt it to include the terms that you have covered in class. In this project, students compile their
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On this two-page Geometry Scavenger Hunt, students must find examples of Geometry in real life! Students can take pictures or write down what they find! I love to have students work in pairs and explore the classroom first and then the whole school! A fun Geometry Activity that thinks beyond the t
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Students will complete a 10 problem geometry scavenger hunt involving area of rectangles and triangles, surface area of prisms, and volume of rectangular prisms.
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This is complete directions for a fun, motivating, creative geometry scavenger hunt. Working in small groups students use a Flip camera to shoot short 30 seconds videos as part of a scavenger hunt. Examples of tasks are opera sing a list of polygons, motivate a square to become a rhombus, and danc
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This is a fun and self-checking way for students to review fourth grade geometry terms. You can have your students work individually or with partners to complete this activity. Students start at any card, solve the problem, then search for the card with their answer. Students record the letter of th
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Kids love to get out of their seats and move around. This is a fun activity that allows them to do just that and still work on math. How to play: Hang all the posters in random order around the room. Students either work alone or with a partner and start with any poster. They solve the question on
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Students search for examples of parallel, perpendicular and intersecting lines and sketch their findings in the table on this recording sheet. There are two versions: one for home and one for school!
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This is a fun way for your students to practice the skills learned in geometry. Students will move around the room solving problems. Once they solve it and record the answer on their answer sheet they will need to search the room for another card that has that answer on it. Once they find it they w
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This geometry scavenger hunt highlights lines, segments, rays, and angles. Students are required to locate 28 examples. Examples could be found in clothing, gift wrap or fabric, clocks, sports equipment, maps, playgrounds, etc. Once items are located, students create a picture book with titles, p
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The Geometry Scavenger Hunt activity is a fun way for elementary and middle school students to review vocabulary terms they have learned in a geometry unit. This download includes a beautiful color copy designed to look like an old pirate's map, and includes 20 terms most often associated with begi
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Talk to students about all the different items in their environments that are either 2-d or 3-d shapes. There are angles, lines, and planes. There are triangles, circles, squares, and rectangles. There are spheres, cubes, and cylinders. Have them brainstorm about all the different things they’ve le
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This item contains 24 task cards that allow students to practice the skills of identifying 3D solids and their nets, computing the area of 2D shapes, and calculating the surface area and volume of 3D solids.
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This is a Math Scavenger Hunt activity where students are going around the room solving problems on a station card and located the correct answer written on the top of the next station card. Topics included are: •Triangle Similarity: SSS~, SAS~, AA~ •Triangle Inequalities, •Hinge Theorem, •Special
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This is a fun way for your students to practice the skills learned in geometry. Students will use an I-Pad or other technology with a QR reader (free at app store) to move around the room solving problems. Each card has a QR code to scan which will then cause a geometry question to pop up on the stu
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15 questions that include naming angles and planes, angle addition, midpoint and distance formula and angle pairs. Students are given the answer sheet and can begin at any question. They answer and locate their answer on another card. They will move through all 15 questions before returning to whe
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Ready to review geometry concepts? This is a fun tool for students to find real examples in their world of specific geometric concepts. Students are asked to draw a diagram of the concept, then draw and label an example that they find in their world. 16 geometric terms are included! This is a g
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Instructions Possible Uses: • Mid-lesson or End of Lesson Check for understanding • Math Stations (Middle School students like it this way) • Test Review • Homework Alternative Bell Work • Bell Work Directions for instructor: This activity is designed to help students work problem with Pythagore
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In this project, students use what they have learned in Geometry to conduct a scavenger hunt. Students photograph as many Geometry vocabulary words as they can in the real world (minimum of 10). Students then prepare a display for their pictures. A caption must be typed to describe each photo: vocab
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Get kids moving! This is a great review activity. Students have a list of geometric terms and hunt around the room to find examples of each term. They really have to work! It is also editable so you can add and delete any terms as you wish. Kinesthetic learners love this!
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Students must walk the vicinity (school grounds, neighborhood) to find the specific shapes that are required. Once they find the shape they must draw what it is they found and specify the location where it was found. This activity brings geometry into the real world and demonstrates that these voca
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This Foundational Vocabulary of Geometry Scavenger Hunt - PP was created by Pupsaroni Puzzles for use in the beginning units of a Geometry course. The cards all have an “answer” at the top, and another problem at the bottom to continue the scavenger hunt. Students can start at any card they choo
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This is a fun and super engaging Geometry Scavenger Hunt! Students will have to apply their knowledge of the formulas for finding the area of a parallelogram, trapezoid, triangle, kite, rhombus, circle, hexagon, and pentagon. Students start at any task card number, do the work out for that probl
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Students complete a scavenger hunt looking for examples of geometric terms. The "hunt" uses footprints in the snow. The terms include concepts from the common core standards and can be customized with terminology that you want your students to focus on or review.
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A geometry scavenger hunt that will encourage your students to notice how mathematical their world is! Students have to choose two geometrical concepts per row, and record the name, location, features, and drawing of the concept. First student (or pair!) back... wins!
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Scavenger hunt where students travel around the school or at home to find the geometric figures/terms listed.
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This bundle includes 5 scavenger hunts that can be purchased separately in my store: 1. Angles of a Polygon 2. Pythagorean Theorem—Special Right Triangles 3. Pythagorean Theorem 4. Parallel Lines with Transversals 5. Trigonometry
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Students can use this list of geometric items to go on a scavenger hunt either inside or outdoors on their playground.
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This activity consists of 12 unique stations centered around plane and space shapes in geometry. The stations involve hands-on challenges as well as lots of movement. Students will explore geometry, magnetism, construction, design, and more!
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Use this PowerPoint in multiple ways! It can be used simply to teach students about some geometrical shapes or it can be used as an example of a finished project. Show the PowerPoint to students to model how to make their own PowerPoint Presentations showing pictures they have taken in nature to rep
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Take advantage of a warm afternoon and practice identifying geometric shapes all at once! This activity can be completed indoors or outdoors- it is always nice to get away from our desks once in awhile! Students will identify shapes using terms, record the location of the shapes found, and draw
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This is an activity that can be done outside or inside the classroom. Students are to find and identify the following: *Polygons *Right, acute, obtuse angles *Lines of symmetry *Parallel and perpendicular lines *Straight angles This activity provides real life applications.
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Students will find geometric shapes in several different categories from magazines and use them to create a poster showing various geometric categories.
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This can be used as a follow-up activity in the classroom, outside of the school (our school is in a barn, so we can find several examples of these terms outside of the building), or as a homework assignment. I usually have students work in pairs on this.
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In this project, students are required to select a theme and find pictures of geometry vocabulary words related to their theme. Words covered are those taught in the first 2 months of high school geometry, but can be changed to any words you like and can be given at any point in the school year. Stu
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This product covers the 4th grade common core standards 4.G.1 & 4.G.2, although it would be useful to 3rd or 5th grade also. This product is an interactive lesson that allows students to use digital cameras to go around the school and/or classroom to find real-life examples of different geometri
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This is a great resource for reinforcing geometric vocabulary and for learning plane geometric shapes. Students go on a geometric shape scavenger hunt around their school... a sure-fire hit for your classroom!
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This is a scavenger hunt with 2D shapes on one page and 3D shapes of the second page. This can be used as an in-class activity or homework assignment. It was intended for 3rd graders but it can be edited to include only the shapes you are learning.
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This activity allows your students to demonstrate thier knowledge of geometric terms and concepts in a creative format using real world items and applications. They can create a powerpoint, portfolio, book, or poster to show their understanding. They can complete with project individually or as a
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Get your kids up and moving with this Geometry Scavenger Hunt! Explore your school for real world examples of geometric shapes. Want to learn more? Check out my blog: exploringiselementary.blogspot.com
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This scavenger hunt helps students see geometry in "real life." They can apply all the vocabulary they learn in the classroom and recognize that geometry is all around us! Students LOVE this project!
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I used this as an introductory lesson for my geometry unit. It is useful for a review of 3D shapes and connection to real life.
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This is a playground scavenger hunt that can be used for Geometry in 2, 3, or 4th grade classes.
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This assignment involves having students find various geometric figures in their school. They will have to identify the shapes and find the necessary dimensions in order to computer area, volume or other applicable measurements. This project also incorporates technology, organizing information and a
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This is a follow-up lesson that I pair with The Greedy Triangle by Marilyn Burns. Students can team up or work individually to search the classroom for the following terms. The second page of this is for name tags and I have used these to use to review the geometry terms we discussed. The Scavenger
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Transformations Scavenger Hunt {Reflections, Translations, Rotations, Dilations}: This scavenger hunt activity consists of 15 problems in which students will practice graphing transformations, including reflections, translations, rotations, and dilations. Simply print the 15 problems and scatter a
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**Updated 6/26/16** Now includes a version that is metric only!! In this engaging activity, students rotate through sixteen task cards. Each answer leads them to the next problem. Students have a recording sheet to help guide them through the activity. This is a great partner activity, but stu
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This packet includes 12 sets of Task Cards (12 in each set) for Math Scavengers Hunts that are aligned with the 5th Grade Common Core Standards. Each "hunt" just requires the teacher to print, cut out the cards, and hide around the classroom. This is a great way to engage kinesthetic learners and re
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Trigonometry Scavenger Hunt This trigonometry scavenger hunt activity consists of 16 problems in which students will practice finding missing side and angle measures in right triangles using the sine, cosine, and tangent ratios. Simply print the 16 problems and scatter around the room, give each
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Get the majority of my math products at a large discount by purchasing them as a part of my Math Mega Bundle. Math Mega Bundle (6th Grade Math) This product includes all ten of my Math Scavenger Hunts for 6th grade math listed below. Try out the Number System scavenger hunt for free to get an idea
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Angles of Polygons (Interior & Exterior) Scavenger Hunt This scavenger hunt activity consists of 15 problems in which students will practice using their knowledge of the sum of both interior and exterior angles of polygons. Simply print the 15 problems and scatter around the room, give each st
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