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Basic Geometry Proofs
Students are then introduced to the angle addition postulate and the segment addition postulate. Students practice recording what they notice from figures to get ready for that skill needed when writing proofs. Students begin to write scaffolded proofs!
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Also included in: Proofs and Parallel Lines Digital Unit BUNDLE Geometry

These games make 4th grade geometry standards so much fun to practice! This 4th Grade Geometry Games Pack contains 20 fun and engaging printable board games to help students to practice naming lines, line segments, rays, and angles, identifying parallel and perpendicular lines, identifying types of

Also included in: 4th Grade Math Games Bundle {Place Value, Fractions, Measurement, & More!}

This product contains three activities consistent with Common Core State Standards 4.G.1, 4.G.2, 4.G.3. All activities engage students to discover and learn concepts in geometry.
Activity 1 - Students identify points, lines, line segments, rays, and angles (right, acute, obtuse). See preview.
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Looking for a new lesson to teach points, rays, lines, line segments, and angles? This BUNDLE includes: PowerPoint Lesson, Graphic Organizer, Exit Ticket, and 5 Printables to guide your students to mastery for CCSS 4.GA.1.
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Geometry Segment and Angle Addition Postulates Riddle Worksheet
This riddle worksheet covers the segment addition postulate and the angle addition postulate. The students are asked to set up and solve linear equations to find the value of x and to then substitute it back in to find a part of a segm

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Segments and Angles (Properties, Definitions, Postulates) Scavenger Hunt
This scavenger hunt activity consists of 22 problems in which students practice identifying properties, definitions, postulates, and theorems used with segments and angles. Simply print the 22 problems and scatter around the

Students need to know and understand math vocabulary for more than just the ability to pass their math test. Students also need math vocabulary in order to solve word problems, justify their answers and have good math conversations.
This mathematical terms unit includes: Word Wall Cards, a Vocabul

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Also included in: Math Vocabulary Packet Bundle

This product contains a PowerPoint and 3 corresponding foldables to introduce students to points, lines, rays, line segments, angles (right, acute, obtuse, and straight), parallel lines, and perpendicular lines. The 3 foldables provide an engaging way for students to take notes in their math notebo

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Angle Addition Postulate with roof trusses and Segment Addition Postulate with wall framing and studs!: 2 page visual "doodle notes" set -
When students color or doodle in math class, it activates both hemispheres of the brain at the same time. There are proven benefits of this cross-lateral brai

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This 27 page digital file contains:
24 task cards with recording sheet
18 card matching game (9 word cards & 9 definition cards for line, line segment, ray, obtuse angle, acute angle, right angle, perpendicular lines, intersecting lines, and parallel lines)
9 anchor charts with terms and definit

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10 different BINGO cards to use for practice, centers, or assessment. I also included a blank BINGO card if you would like to have student create their own. There are also calling cards to be printed and cut apart.
Math Vocabulary Terms covered:
- point
- line
- line segment
- ray
- vertex
- right

This study guide includes 2 pages of geometry vocabulary with definitions and a blank space for students to draw an illustration to represent the vocabulary term. There is 1 blank page of the same format for you to include your own geometry terms relevant to your unit. Finally, there is 1 page of

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These 24 task cards are great review or test prep for identifying points, lines, line segments, rays, parallel and perpendicular lines, angles, & lines of symmetry. These cards can be used in Math workshop, tutorials or students working in pairs.

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This flipchart can be used to introduce or review lines and angles. It covers parallel lines, perpendicular lines, intersecting lines, point, line, ray, line segment, right angle, acute angle, obtuse angle, and straight angle. At the end of the flipchart there are standardized testing style question

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Help your students practice using the Segment and Angle Addition Postulates, the Vertical Angle Theorem, and the Definitions of Midpoint and Supplementary and Complementary Angles. This activity will have students up and moving as they actively "work the room" to discuss and answer questions about f

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Geometry Centers: This resource includes four centers that each include a student recording sheet and an answer key. Each center focuses on a different geometry skill.
Center 1: Angles Sort (acute, right and obtuse)
Center 2: Naming Lines, Line Segments and Rays
Center 3: Polygons Sort
Center 4: V

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This maze will provide your students with a fun opportunity to use the segment addition postulate, the angle addition postulate, and properties of complementary and supplementary angles!
This activity is a wonderful way to add variety to your classroom! It can be used as an entrance/exit ticket, h

This memory/concentration game provides practice with lines, line segments, intersecting, parallel, perpendicular, and intersecting lines, rays, vertices, degree, and right, acute,obtuse, and straight angles. There are 24 cards, (12 pairs). One page contains the directions. The 2nd page contains th

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Beginning Proofs is the start of writing proofs in a geometry class. There is a 24 problem SCOOT Game or Walk Around. There are 20 problems on "given one step, write in the reason for the step". There is a set of 10 problems with a little more details on writing proofs. 6 are on segments and 3 a

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This bundle contains notes,13 activities, practice test, and online Socrative test that cover the following topics: points, lines, planes, angles, angle pairs, and basic polygons.Activities included (see below for more detailed description of activities):-JUST ADDED (August 2018) Geometry Basics Doo

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This worksheet is a great way for students to practice and review some basic geometry concepts!
The following concepts are included on this worksheet:
--Identifying points, lines, line segments, and rays on a diagram using correct notation
--Naming a plane using 3 points
--Identifying congruent s

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Students will love sorting the picture cards into the correct categories. This sort includes: lines, rays, line segments, parallel lines, intersecting lines, points, right angles, obtuse angles, and acute angles. Students will sort angles by picture and degree measurements.
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These worksheets work well with Common Core and some of the constructions that are required.
There are 6 worsheets total.
2 on line segments - constructing, naming, and comparing lengths.
1 on angles - constructing, naming, and making sense of pictures.
1 on bisecting line segments and angles, it a

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This Google Slides activity helps students learn to symbolize geometric figures including lines, line segments, points, rays, angles, triangles, and parallel & perpendicular lines. In the first section, students symbolize the figure. In the second section, students read the symbol and decide if

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