How to help students learn all the terms in geometry class? Have them create their own geometry dictionary
I've included 54 terms* in a dictionary students can make their own by drawing images OR you can print a dictionary that includes color diagrams and gorgeous images.
You'll find four excellent products included in a bundle
: Geometry PowerPoint™ Games
, a geometry dictionary
to make with your kids, PowerPoint presentations
that can help you create the dictionary, and a Jeopardy Game
that can be printed on paper. Bundles save $$$!
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*Lines: intersecting lines, line, parallel lines, perpendicular lines, ray, and segment. Angles: acute angle, angle, complementary angles, obtuse angle, reflex angle, right angle, straight angle, supplementary angles, and vertex. Circles: arc, center, chord, circle, circumference, diameter, and radius. Polygons: apex, base, diagonal, equiangular polygon, equilateral polygon, exterior angle, interior angle, irregular polygon, polygon, regular polygon, side, and vertex. Triangles: acute triangle, equilateral triangle, isosceles triangle, obtuse triangle, right triangle, and scalene triangle. Quadrilaterals: parallelogram, quadrilateral, rectangle, rhombus, square, and trapezoid. More than Quadrilaterals: decagon, dodecagon, hexagon, nonagon, octagon, and pentagon. 3-D Figures: cone, cube, cylinder, hemisphere, prism, pyramid, rectangular prism, sphere, and triangular prism.