# Escape the Room: The A"Math"ing Race - Geometry-Shapes (4th Grade)

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OVERVIEW:

This "Escape the Room" resource is designed for groups of students to work together to solve different geometry activities in their classroom. Each activity takes students on a "tour" of various locations (complete with some fun facts about the city) around the United States of America to win Pit Stop Challenges. The winning group will finish the final activity with the most points.

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IMPORTANT NOTE:

Please not that this resource does involve quite a bit of PREPARATION TIME due to the type of activity (escape the room) and the number of activities (seven).

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WHAT'S INCLUDED:

7 Activities: This resource asks students to solve seven different mathematical activities that involve comparing and equivalent fractions.

1. San Francisco (Classifying Triangles by angle AND sides) - This activity asks students to color in various types of triangles on the Golden Gate Bridge based on both angles and sides.

2. Los Angeles (Classifying Angles) - This activity asks students to determine if the given angle is acute, right, obtuse, or straight through 8 rounds of angles.

3. Salt Lake City (Quadrilaterals) - This activity asks students to draw a city plan for a neighborhood by using the specified quadrilaterals.

4. St. Louis (Symmetry) - This activity asks students to draw the other half of the St. Louis state seal.

5. New York City (Shape Patterns) - This activity asks students to use dominoes to construct 5 shape-pattern skyscrapers.

6. Philadelphia (Vocabulary) - This activity asks students to math the vocabulary-word stamp to its matching definition postcard.

7. Washington D.C. (Lines, Line Segments, Rays, Parallel Lines, Perpendicular Lines, and Intersecting Lines) - This activity asks students to look at a "map" that contains 13 lines, line segments and rays. They must find as many lines, line segments, rays and parallel, perpendicular, and intersecting lines as possible within 15 minutes.

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Total Pages
58 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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