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# Geometry

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• A picture of a cylinder to color and lines to write facts about it.
• Curved shapes: circle, oval, crescent; one per page, each with a picture and a definition.
• Identify the shape that does not belong. Created with abctools.
• Identify the shape that does not belong. b/w version. Made with abctools.
• Color this picture of a cone, and write about it on the wide lines.
• A picture of a cylinder to color and wide lines to write facts about it.
• Color this picture of a cylinder, use it to learn about shapes, or trace and cut out to make a great shapebook.
• Triangle shapes: equilateral, isoceles, scalene, right, obtuse, acute; one per page, each with a picture and a definition.
• Type your own text on each face of the cube, then glue the edges together for a cube with a personal message.
• Seven colorful math mats for practice in geometry; name and draw attributes, partition into halves, thirds and fourths, and more. Printable manipulatives are included. CC: Math: 2.G.A.1-3

• square, rectangle, oval, circle, diamond, triangle
• Set of twenty bingo cards for three-dimensional shapes, from CONE to PENTAGONAL PRISM.
• pentagon, hexagon, octagon, trapezoid, right angle and parrellogram
• count the number of trapezoids in this design
• Twelve colorful shapes on one page
• Cut out the two dimensional shape and fold it to make a three dimensional "pyramid" with a triangular base (a tetrahedron).
• Fill in the missing letters from each word; then use the letters to decode the secret message! Vocabulary fun.
• Four three-dimensional shapes to a page. These colorful flashcards match the upper elementary set of our three-dimensional shape bingo cards.
• A two page biography of Greek Mathematician, Euclid, known as the Father of Geometry. Includes a page each of multiple choice and short answer questions and a writing prompt.
• Polygon shapes: pentagon, hexagon, octagon; one per page, each with a picture and a definition.
• Circle the item that does not belong in each group (square, orange, soap, cards).
• Colorful math posters that teach! Laminate for longer use.
• "Place a TRIANGLE at B,4." Place the colorful pictures (included) in this simple (5x5) grid by following the the correct co-ordinates. This grid game is great for developing early map skills and shape recognition, and for practicing following directions.
• Color this picture of a cone, and write about it on the lines.
• Use this sheet to check which three-dimensional shapes from our upper elementary set (from CONE to PENTAGONAL PRISM) have been called.
• PowerPoint Template.  Type or print out this lesson planner pages. Each page has the standard, the link to the detaied standard, and room to write your lessons and activities. Great for those who need to identify standards for their activities.

• count the number of triangles in the design
• for games, activites, and identification; 12 basic shapes on two pages.
• [member-created document] This sample was made with the abcteach word search puzzle tool.
• Design a quilt following examples, and then use geometry to answer questions about the quilt.
• Identify the outside shape of each shield by circling the correct name. Write the number of sides.
• Use this sheet to check which three-dimensional shapes from our upper elementary set (from CONE to PENTAGONAL PRISM) have been called.
• Print on cardstock and use to measure angles.
• [member-created document] Trace and cut out. This cylinder-shaped shapebook is a great way for early readers to learn about cylinders.
• Color the TRIANGLES all RED.
• Fill in the missing letters from each word; then use the letters to decode the secret message! Vocabulary fun. This easier version provides a word bank.