This is a series of instructions to quickly get Geometry students through the proofs unit of the course. This set is intended for slower learners but all students would benefit from this series of lessons and assignments. There is emphasis on commonly used postulates, definitions and properties. The proofs are between 3 and 8 steps long and build on basic algebraic principles. Students are gradually introduced to proofs by first using properties in If-Then form, then seeing proofs with missing justifications, then writing their own proofs. For each day there is a set of notes to use in teach-practice-teach-practice format, with an independent worksheet for practice at the end. For days 2 - 6 there is a warm-up included as well. There is a test for day 7. Answer keys for the notes and students assignments are also included.