# Interactive Geometry Notes: Lines and Angles

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1. Lines, angles, triangles, polygons, quadrilaterals and parallelograms are all explained in this comprehensive bundle. This resource contains anchor charts to serve as a reference for your students, interactive materials, and lots of print and go practice sheets to highlight the attributes of each ge
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Lines. Angles. Interactive materials. This resource is designed to provide interactive materials to act as teaching tools to define and explain geometry terms and rules, as well as to provide an opportunity for your students to experience hands-on learning.

In each section:
 Anchor charts are provided to define terms.
 Interactive materials provide hands-on experiences for students to demonstrate knowledge of the material previously presented. When completed, the materials can be integrated into lapbooks or math notebooks to act as great review tools.
 Interactive materials are presented in black and white and color.

There are many opportunities for students to enjoy learning as they work collaboratively and design some of their own materials as well.
If you decide to create lapbooks with your students I photographed the steps I took to create my lapbook and the step-by-step instructions are included in a separate folder.

A buyer said "I have purchased TONS of things from TpT.... in the teaching moment things, plan ahead activities, or "i don't feel like making that test" things...and THIS is by far one of the best packages I have EVER purchased!!!!"

See more geometry resources.
Geometry Notes: Polygons, Quadrilaterals and Parallelograms
Geometry Notes: The Bundle

To get a freebie interactive foldable visit Geometry Notes: Classifying Angles

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