This fun, hands-on math project allows students the opportunity to show what they know about their geometric math terms. They are to research U.S. interstates, famous landmarks, and rivers to display the different geometric terms they have learned. For example, the columns of The White House, in Washington, D.C., display parallel lines. You are going to create an interstate map of the United States representing our geometric vocabulary terms. You may create your project on poster board, card board, or some other type of large chart paper. At home, use resources, such as, markers, paint, maps, books, and the internet to find and draw major interstates, rivers, and famous landmarks that form the following geometric terms: parallel lines, perpendicular lines, intersecting lines, right angle, obtuse angle, acute angle, and one of each of the following polygons: triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, and octagon. Rubric and class example attached!