There are so many great resources out there for adorable, well-made posters and other classroom decorations, however, studies have shown that students respond the best to student-made materials on your walls! I love word walls, but many of them leave no room for student interaction or involvement. This word wall is different!
The editable PowerPoint word wall files in this download give only the word and space for a definition and example for students to fill in! That’s right—the students do the work! Let them be creative and have fun adding to the word wall while still having something cute to put on the walls! There are two color versions (one solid colors, the other a beautiful geometric pattern) and two black and white versions (a plain one and one with a pattern) included in this download! Choose what works best in your classroom!
There are over 120 geometry vocabulary words included, with space for you to add your own!
Use the editable notebook pages (with multiple versions for you to choose from) with your students to keep their vocabulary organized throughout the class!
Check out these other geometry resources:
Beginning of the Year Geometry Definitions Guided Notes
Why do we have to learn geometry proofs?
Polygon Angle Formulas Discovery Lesson
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