Geometry students often like to "play" with their compass and straightedge when they first use them: this activity is exactly what I use to get some mileage out of this urge to play: by just repeatedly drawing full circles (as opposed to arcs), students can generate midpoints, perpendicular lines, parallel lines, regular triangles, regular hexagons, and sixty and thirty degree angles.
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Immediately before this worksheet, I use the assessment named 'Geometry Quiz Introductory Material Fall 2013' (http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Geometry-Quiz-Introductory-Material-Fall-2013-two-versions-two-pages-each-1269925
), and immediately after this worksheet, I use the worksheet named 'Inductive Reasoning Find the nth term Fall 2013' (http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Inductive-Reasoning-Find-the-nth-term-Fall-2013-1070189
Keywords: Geometry, constructions, compass, straightedge, introduction, Jonnard