Triangles: Scalene, Isosceles or Equilateral?

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Triangles: Scalene, Isosceles or Equilateral? contains 25 pages that you can print for your students, three pages of detailed lesson plans so that you will know exactly how to teach each lesson, an answer key, and an extra page at the back for you to personalize your own activities. Students not only explore the three types of triangles in each lesson, but they also venture into related areas: right triangles, a line of symmetry, fractional parts, equivalent fractions, vertices, area and perimeter, quadrilaterals, and more.

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Triangles:  Scalene, Isosceles or Equilateral?
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Triangles:  Scalene, Isosceles or Equilateral?
Triangles:  Scalene, Isosceles or Equilateral?
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