2nd Grade. 2D Shapes  Part 1 Angles and Sides. Slide 1 / 117 Slide 2 / 117. Slide 3 / 117. Slide 4 / 117. Slide 6 / 117.


 Marcus Pope
 5 years ago
 Views:
Transcription
1 Slide 1 / 117 Slide 2 / 117 2nd Grade Geometry Presentation Slide 3 / 117 Table of ontents Presentation 1 2 Shapes  Sides and ngles  Part 1 2 Shapes  Part 2 Lab: 2 Shapes Lab 3 Shapes  Part 1 3 Shapes  Part 2 Lab: 3 Shapes Lab rawing Shapes Pattern locks Lab: Going Geodesic with Triangles Slide 5 / 117 click on the topic to go to that section Slide 4 / 117 Table of ontents Presentation 2 ividing Rectangles into Rows and olumns  Part 1 ividing Rectangles into Rows and olumns  Part 2 rea Equal Parts  Halves Equal Parts  Thirds Equal Parts  Fourths Equal Parts  Pattern locks Equal Parts  Review rrays Part 1 rrays Part 2 rrays Part 3 rray Word Problems Slide 6 / 117 Standards for Mathematical Practices MP1 Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them. MP2 Reason abstractly and quantitatively. MP3 onstruct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others. MP4 Model with mathematics. 2 Shapes  Part 1 ngles and Sides MP5 Use appropriate tools strategically. MP6 ttend to precision. MP7 Look for and make use of structure. MP8 Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning. lick on each standard to bring you to an example of how to meet this standard within the unit. lick to Return to Table of ontents
2 Slide 7 / or 2 imensional Shapes Slide 8 / Shapes lick on the square below to watch a video of 2 shapes What are some 2 shapes you saw in the video? lick here Slide 9 / Shapes Slide 10 / Shapes circle square o you know any other 2 shapes? rectangle triangle oval Slide 11 / Shapes rhombus pentagon Slide 12 / 117 Lines Shapes have either straight or curved lines. straight curved parallelogram hexagon trapezoid
3 Slide 13 / 117 Lines Straight lines that never touch are called parallel lines. Parallel lines Slide 13 () / 117 Lines Straight lines that never touch are called parallel lines. Parallel lines Teacher tes Explain to students that even if the lines aren't touching right now, to be parallel they won't touch if they continue on forever. Slide 14 / 117 Lines t parallel lines Slide 15 / 117 Sides Shapes with straight lines have sides. Each line on the shape is a side. 3 sides 4 sides 5 sides Slide 16 / 117 Sides and ngles Shapes with straight lines have angles. Slide 17 / 117 Sides How many sides does this shape have? n angle is turn between where two sides meet.
4 Slide 18 / 117 ngles How many angles does this shape have? Slide 19 / 117 Sides How many sides does this shape have? Slide 20 / 117 ngles How many angles does this shape have? 1 This shape has 4 sides. Slide 21 / This shape has 4 sides. Slide 21 () / This shape has 5 angles. Slide 22 / 117
5 2 This shape has 5 angles. Slide 22 () / 117 Slide 23 / Which two shapes have 4 sides? Slide 23 () / Which two shapes have 4 sides? Slide 24 / Which two shapes have 3 angles? & Slide 24 () / Which two shapes have 3 angles? 5 Which shape has 3 sides? Slide 25 / 117 &
6 5 Which shape has 3 sides? Slide 25 () / 117 Slide 26 / 117 Slide 27 / 117 Slide 28 / Shapes Part 2 Slide 29 / 117 Slide 30 / 117 lick to Return to Table of ontents ircle and Oval ircles and ovals have no sides and no angles. ircles and ovals have curved lines. Triangles ll triangles have three sides and three angles. circle oval
7 Slide 30 () / 117 Teacher tes Triangles ll triangles have three Explain sides and to students three angles. that "tri" means 3. See if they can think of other words that have "tri" in it. Slide 31 / 117 Quadrilaterals ll quadrilaterals have four sides and four angles. Quadrilaterals have different names. Move each shape to reveal the name of the quadrilateral. square rectangle trapezoid parallelogram Slide 31 () / 117 Quadrilaterals ll quadrilaterals have four sides and four angles. Slide 32 / 117 Square Quadrilaterals have different names. Move each shape to reveal the name of the quadrilateral. square Teacher tes trapezoid Explain to students that "quad" means rectangle 4. See if they can think of other words that have "quad" in it. parallelogram ll squares have 4 equal sides and 4 angles. They also have parallel opposite sides. Slide 32 () / 117 Square Slide 33 / 117 Rectangle Teacher tes Show students how the length of each side of the square is equal. ll squares have 4 equal sides and 4 angles. They also have parallel opposite sides. ll rectangles have: ~ 4 sides and 4 angles ~ 2 pairs of opposite equal sides ~ opposite sides that are parallel
8 Slide 33 () / 117 Rectangle Slide 34 / 117 Trapezoid Teacher tes Show students how the opposite sides of the rectangle ll rectangles have: are the same ~ 4 sides and 4 angles length. ~ 2 pairs of opposite equal sides ~ opposite sides that are parallel ll trapezoids have 4 sides and 4 angles. They also have 2 sides that are parallel. Slide 35 / 117 Parallelogram Slide 36 / 117 Hexagon ll parallelograms have a quadrilateral where the opposite sides are equal and parallel. hexagon has 6 sides. square rectangle diamond rhombus Slide 37 / 117 Slide 38 / 117 Pentagon pentagon has 5 sides. How many: triangles quadrilaterals circles pentagons hexagons
9 Slide 38 () / 117 Slide 39 / ll four sides are equal on this shape. Teacher tes Have students count up the number of each shape they find. How many: triangles quadrilaterals circles pentagons hexagons Slide 39 () / ll four sides are equal on this shape. Slide 40 / This shape has parallel lines. Slide 40 () / 117 Slide 41 / This shape has parallel lines. 8 This shape is a quadrilateral parallelogram triangle oval
10 8 This shape is a Slide 41 () / 117 Slide 42 / rectangle is a parallelogram quadrilateral parallelogram triangle oval Slide 42 () / 117 Slide 43 / rectangle is a parallelogram 10 This shape is a triangle quadrilateral circle trapezoid 10 This shape is a Slide 43 () / 117 Slide 44 / How many sides does this shape have? triangle quadrilateral circle trapezoid
11 Slide 44 () / How many sides does this shape have? Slide 45 / 117 Lab: 2 Shapes Lab 5 Students will build two dimensional shapes out of straws and twist ties. Then, they will play game in which the teacher or student will describe a 2 dimensional shape they have drawn while the other partner or group members produce that shape. lick here for complete directions lick to return to Table of ontents Slide 46 / 117 Slide 47 / 117 Slide 48 / 117 Slide 49 / 117
12 Slide 50 / 117 Slide 51 / or 3 imensional Shapes 3 Shapes  Part 1 lick on the cube below to watch a video of 3 shapes click me! Slide 52 / 117 lick to Return to Table of ontents Slide 53 / 117 What were the 3 shapes you saw in the video? ube cube is a solid shape. It has 6 flat sides that are all equal in size. flat side on a shape is called a face. cube has 8 corners. What are some objects you can think of that are in the shape of a cube? Slide 54 / 117 ube Slide 55 / 117 Sphere sphere is a perfectly round solid shape. Think of a sphere as a ball, not a circle. sphere has zero faces. What are some objects you can think of that are in the shape of a sphere?
13 Slide 56 / 117 Sphere Slide 57 / 117 ylinder face cylinder is a solid shape with 1 curved surface and 2 flat faces. face What are some objects you can think of that are in the shape of a cylinder? Slide 58 / 117 ylinder Slide 59 / 117 one cone is a solid shape with a curved surface and 1 flat face. face The curved surface comes to a point called a vertex. What are some objects you can think of that are in the shape of a cone? Slide 60 / 117 one Slide 61 / 117 Match the 3 Shapes
14 12 This shape is a sphere. Slide 62 / This shape is a sphere. Slide 62 () / This shape is a cylinder. Slide 63 / This shape is a cylinder. Slide 63 () / 117 Slide 64 / What 3 shape is this object? Slide 64 () / What 3 shape is this object? cylinder cylinder sphere sphere cone cone cube cube
15 Slide 65 / What 3 shape is this object? Slide 65 () / What 3 shape is this object? cube cube cone cone sphere sphere cylinder cylinder Slide 66 / What 3 shape is this object? Slide 66 () / What 3 shape is this object? cone cone sphere sphere cylinder cylinder cube cube Slide 67 / 117 Slide 68 / 117
16 Slide 69 / 117 Slide 69 () / Shapes  Part 2 3 Shapes  Part 2 Teacher tes For this lesson students will explore 3 shapes to find out how many faces each one has. Have objects available to students so they can see, touch and explore the shapes. Slide 70 / Shapes lick to Return to Table of ontents The flat side of a 3 shape is called a face. Slide 71 / 117 Faces lick to Return to Table of ontents This die has a number on each face. lick the die to roll it and mark off each face as it lands on it How many faces does the die have? Slide 71 () / 117 Teacher tes Faces Give students (or groups of students) a dice. Have them count how many sides the dice has. How many faces does the die have? Slide 72 / 117 orners 3 shapes may also have corners. corner is the point where the edges meet. corner is also called a vertex. Where are the other corners on this cube?
17 Slide 73 / 117 orners Slide 74 / 117 Faces How many faces does your cylinder have? How many corners does the die have? Slide 74 () / 117 Faces How many faces does your cylinder have? Slide 75 / 117 orners How many corners does your cylinder have? Teacher tes Give students (or groups of students) an object in the shape of a cylinder. Have them count how many faces the shape has. Slide 76 / 117 Slide 76 () / 117 Faces How many faces does your cone have? Faces How many faces does your cone have? Teacher tes Give students (or groups of students) an object in the shape of a cone. Have them count how many faces the shape has.
18 Slide 77 / 117 orners How many corners does your cone have? Slide 78 / 117 Faces How many faces does your sphere have? Slide 78 () / 117 Faces How many faces does your sphere have? Teacher tes Give students (or groups of students) an object in the shape of a sphere. Have them count how many faces the shape has. Slide 79 / 117 orners How many corners does your sphere have? Slide 80 / 117 Slide 81 / This object has 2 faces.
19 17 This object has 2 faces. Slide 81 () / This shape has 6 faces. Slide 82 / This shape has 6 faces. Slide 82 () / 117 Slide 83 / How many faces does this shape have? Slide 83 () / How many faces does this shape have? Slide 84 / How many corners does this shape have? 0
20 Slide 84 () / How many corners does this shape have? Slide 85 / How many corners does this shape have? 0 Slide 85 () / How many corners does this shape have? Slide 86 / How many faces does this shape have? 0 Slide 86 () / How many faces does this shape have? Slide 87 / How many faces does this shape have? 2
21 Slide 87 () / How many faces does this shape have? Slide 88 / How many corners does this shape have? 6 Slide 88 () / How many corners does this shape have? Slide 89 / 117 Lab: 3 Shapes Lab 8 Students will build a three dimensional cube out of straws and pipe cleaners. They will then dip them in a soap solution to notice the films that are created in the cube frames. uilding the cubes will reinforce their understanding of faces and vertices. They will also make a cone and make bubbles from this, reinforcing their understanding of the properties of cones and spheres. lick here for complete directions lick to return to Table of ontents Slide 90 / 117 Slide 91 / 117
22 Slide 92 / 117 Slide 92 () / 117 rawing Shapes Teacher tes Have students use white boards or paper and rulers to draw shapes according to the attributes listed on each slide. rawing Shapes Slide 93 / 117 rawing Shapes lick to Return to Table of ontents Slide 94 / 117 rawing Shapes raw a shape that has 4 angles. lick to Return to Table of ontents raw a shape that has 3 sides. Slide 95 / 117 rawing Shapes raw a shape that has 4 equal sides. Slide 96 / 117 rawing Shapes raw a shape that has 4 sides and two that are parallel.
23 Slide 97 / 117 Slide 97 () / 117 Slide 98 / How many circles are in this picture? Slide 98 () / How many circles are in this picture? 2 Slide 99 / How many triangles are in this picture? Slide 99 () / How many triangles are in this picture? 8
24 Slide 100 / How many ovals are in this picture? Slide 100 () / How many ovals are in this picture? 8 Slide 101 / How many squares are in this picture? Slide 101 () / How many squares are in this picture? 0 Slide 102 / How many rectangles are in this picture? Slide 102 () / How many rectangles are in this picture? 4
25 Slide 103 / 117 Slide 104 / 117 Slide 105 / 117 Slide 105 () / 117 Pattern locks Teacher tes For this lesson students will use pattern blocks to make different shapes. If you do not have access to pattern blocks, click on the link to print out and Pattern copy pattern blocks. locks baes1st.cmswiki.wikispaces.ne t/file/view/patternlock +utouts.pdf Slide 106 / 117 Pattern locks lick to Return to Table of ontents Slide 107 / 117 Pattern locks We can make shapes using different pattern blocks. lick to Return to Table of ontents hexagon square trapezoid triangle rhombus diamond
26 Slide 108 / 117 Pattern locks Slide 109 / 117 Pattern locks What shape did I make using squares? What shape did I make using triangles? ould we use other shapes to make this same hexagon? Slide 110 / 117 Pattern locks Slide 111 / 117 Pattern locks You can use different pattern blocks to make shapes too What shape did I make using diamonds? What pattern blocks did I use? ould we use other shapes to make this same parallelogram? What shape did I make? Slide 112 / 117 Pattern locks locks I Used Slide 113 / 117 Fill in the missing parts of the chart New Shape I Made How many sides? How many angles? square rectangle 4 triangle hexagon diamond
27 Slide 114 / 117 Pattern locks Slide 114 () / 117 Pattern locks Use pattern blocks to make your own shapes. Fill in the chart about your new shapes. Use pattern MP blocks 5 Use to appropriate make your tools own shapes. strategically. Fill in the chart about your new shapes. Math Practice Watch as students use the blocks to create new shapes. e sure they are using them correctly. They should be touching but not overlapping. Slide 115 / 117 Slide 116 / 117 Lab: Going Geodesic with Triangles Have a ball creating a sphere to review concepts, display photos or drawings, share information, or to enhance vocabulary building. need to measure! lick here for complete directions lick to return to Table of ontents Slide 117 / 117
8th Grade. 3Dimensional Solids. Slide 1 / 97 Slide 2 / 97. Slide 3 / 97. Slide 3 (Answer) / 97. Slide 4 / 97. Slide 5 / 97.
Slide / 97 Slide 2 / 97 8th Grade D Geometry 20520 www.njctl.org Slide / 97 Table of ontents Slide () / 97 Table of ontents Dimensional Solids Volume Prisms and ylinders Pyramids, ones & Spheres More
More informationDividing Rectangles into Rows and Columns Part 1. 2nd Grade. Slide 1 / 201 Slide 2 / 201. Slide 3 / 201. Slide 4 / 201. Slide 6 / 201.
Slide / 0 Slide / 0 nd Grade Geometry Presentation Part 050 www.njctl.org Slide / 0 Table of Contents Presentation D Shapes  Sides and Angles  Part D Shapes  Part Lab: D Shapes Lab D Shapes  Part
More informationThreeDimensional Shapes
Lesson 11.1 ThreeDimensional Shapes Threedimensional objects come in different shapes. sphere cone cylinder rectangular prism cube Circle the objects that match the shape name. 1. rectangular prism 2.
More information8th Grade. Slide 1 / 97. Slide 2 / 97. Slide 3 / 97. 3D Geometry. Table of Contents. 3Dimensional Solids. Volume. Glossary & Standards
Slide 1 / 97 Slide 2 / 97 8th Grade 3D Geometry 20151120 www.njctl.org Table of Contents Slide 3 / 97 3Dimensional Solids Click on the topic to go to that section Volume Prisms and Cylinders Pyramids,
More informationDescribe Plane Shapes
Lesson 12.1 Describe Plane Shapes You can use math words to describe plane shapes. point an exact position or location line endpoints line segment ray a straight path that goes in two directions without
More information3rd Grade Shapes and Perimeter Table of Contents Area Area Exploring Area
Slide 1 / 102 Slide 2 / 102 3rd Grade Shapes and Perimeter 20151110 www.njctl.org Slide 3 / 102 Slide 4 / 102 Table of ontents rea Perimeter lick on a topic to go to that section Lines, Rays and Line
More informationFebruary 07, Dimensional Geometry Notebook.notebook. Glossary & Standards. Prisms and Cylinders. Return to Table of Contents
Prisms and Cylinders Glossary & Standards Return to Table of Contents 1 Polyhedrons 3Dimensional Solids A 3D figure whose faces are all polygons Sort the figures into the appropriate side. 2. Sides are
More informationAbout Finish Line Mathematics 5
Table of COntents About Finish Line Mathematics 5 Unit 1: Big Ideas from Grade 1 7 Lesson 1 1.NBT.2.a c Understanding Tens and Ones [connects to 2.NBT.1.a, b] 8 Lesson 2 1.OA.6 Strategies to Add and Subtract
More informationIn this task, students will investigate the attributes of quadrilaterals.
PRACTICE TASK: Investigating Quadrilaterals In this task, students will investigate the attributes of quadrilaterals. STANDARDS FOR MATHEMATICAL CONTENT MCC5.G.3 Understanding that attributes belonging
More informationMCC5.G.3 Understand that attributes belonging to a category of twodimensional figures also belong to all subcategories of that categories.
Fifth Grade Mathematics Unit 6 CONSTRUCTING TASK: Property Lists of Quadrilaterals Adapted from Van De Walle, Teaching StudentCentered Math pg. 207 The purpose of this task is for students to become familiar
More informationLesson 99. ThreeDimensional Shapes. sphere cone cylinder. Circle the objects that match the shape name.
ThreeDimensional Shapes Lesson 99 COMMON CORE STANDARD CC.2.G.1 Lesson Objective: Identify threedimensional shapes. Threedimensional objects come in different shapes. sphere cone cylinder rectangular
More informationChinle USD CURRICULUM GUIDE. SUBJECT: Math GRADE: Kindergarten TIMELINE: First Quarter. I will count by ones to 10. Introduce (010) Ones Tens number
Counting and Cardinality (CC) Know number names and the count sequence. Count to tell the number of objects. Compare numbers. (010) K.CC.1. Count to 100 by ones and by tens... I K.CC.2. Count forward
More informationChinle USD CURRICULUM GUIDE. SUBJECT: Math GRADE: Kindergarten TIMELINE: Third Quarter
Counting and Cardinality (CC) Know number names and the count sequence. Count to tell the number of objects. Compare numbers. Continue (a.) Review (b.) ( Qtr 1) K.CC.1. Count to 100 by ones and by tens.m
More informationInstructional Alignment Chart
CLUSTER HEADING: STANDARD: N/A CLUSTER HEADING: Identify and describe shapes (squares, circles, triangles, rectangles, hexagons, cubes, cones, cylinders, and spheres). STANDARD: K.G.3 Identify shapes as
More informationObjective: Find and name threedimensional shapes including cone and
Lesson 3 1 5 Lesson 3 Objective: Suggested Lesson Structure Fluency Practice Application Problem Concept Development Student Debrief Total Time (10 minutes) (5 minutes) (35 minutes) (10 minutes) (60 minutes)
More informationLesson 4. Objective: Compare and classify quadrilaterals. Lesson Suggested Lesson Structure. Multiply by 4 (8 minutes)
Lesson 4 3 7 Lesson 4 Objective: Suggested Lesson Structure Fluency Practice Application Problem Concept Development Student Debrief Total Time (12 minutes) (7 minutes) (31 minutes) (10 minutes) (60 minutes)
More informationWhen entering fourth grade this is what is expected that your child should already know.
Summer Math Reinforcement Packet Students Entering into 4th Grade THIRD GRADE GRADE LEVEL EXPECTATIONS IN MATHMATICS When entering fourth grade this is what is expected that your child should already know.
More informationGeometry !!!!! TriFolds 3.G.1  # 1. 4 Mystery Shape 5 Compare & Contrast. 3rd Grade Math. Compare. Name: Date: Contrast
4 Mystery Shape 5 Compare & Contrast 1. Draw and label a shape that has one more side than a triangle. Draw it. 2. Draw and label a shape that has three more sides than a triangle. 3. Draw and label a
More informationMathematics Assessment Anchor Glossary Grades 3 & 4
Mathematics Assessment Anchor Glossary Grades 3 & 4 The definitions for this glossary were taken from one or more of the following sources: Webster s Dictionary, various mathematics dictionaries, the PA
More informationDoes a group of parallel line segments need to be the same length?
1 Parallel Line Segments Parallel t Parallel What is the same about the groups of parallel line segments? They are always the same distance apart. They do not intersect each other. If you extend the line
More informationK 2. Lesson 1 Problem Set. Sort the shapes. A STORY OF UNITS
Lesson 1 Problem Set K 2 Name Date Sort the shapes. Shapes with a Curve Shapes without a Curve Lesson 1: Find and describe flat triangles, square, rectangles, hexagons, and circles using informal language
More informationMain Idea: classify polygons and determine which polygons can form a tessellation.
10 8: Polygons and Tesselations Main Idea: classify polygons and determine which polygons can form a tessellation. Vocabulary: polygon A simple closed figure in a plane formed by three or more line segments
More informationSHAPE AND STRUCTURE. Shape and Structure. An explanation of Mathematical terminology
Shape and Structure An explanation of Mathematical terminology 2005 1 POINT A dot Dots join to make lines LINE A line is 1 dimensional (length) A line is a series of points touching each other and extending
More informationacute angle An angle with a measure less than that of a right angle. Houghton Mifflin Co. 2 Grade 5 Unit 6
acute angle An angle with a measure less than that of a right angle. Houghton Mifflin Co. 2 Grade 5 Unit 6 angle An angle is formed by two rays with a common end point. Houghton Mifflin Co. 3 Grade 5 Unit
More informationCopyright 2013 A+ Interactive MATH (an A+ TutorSoft Inc. company), All Rights Reserved.
www.aplustutorsoft.com Page 1 of 20 Dimensions of Shapes Lesson, Worksheet & Solution Guide Release 7 A+ Interactive Math (By A+ TutorSoft, Inc.) Email: info@aplustutorsoft.com www.aplustutorsoft.com www.aplustutorsoft.com
More informationRussell County Schools Grade 2 Math Pacing
Operations and Algebraic Thinking [OA] Represent and solve problems involving addition and subtraction. Add and subtract within 20. Work with equal groups of objects to gain foundations for multiplication.
More informationReason with shapes and their attributes.
Grade 3 Geometry and Perimeter SDadfa;sdklfjas;Unit Overview Reason with shapes and their attributes. 1. Understand that shapes in different categories (e.g., rhombuses, rectangles, and others) may share
More informationVocabulary (Return to Links) Circle, square, rectangle, triangle, diamond, trapezoid, parallelogram, rhombus
Viisuall & Perfformiing Artts Program,, SJUSD Artts & Matth Connecttiions Title/Description of Lesson Geometric Shapes through Movement Grade Level: : 24 (Possibly 5) Lesson Links Objectives/Outcomes
More informationInvestigations in Number, Data, and Space for the Common Core 2012
A Correlation of Investigations in Number, Data, and Space for the Common Core 2012 to the Common Core State s with California Additions s Map Kindergarten Mathematics Common Core State s with California
More informationNets and Drawings for Visualizing Geometry. Unit 1 Lesson 1
Nets and Drawings for Visualizing Geometry Unit 1 Lesson 1 Students will be able to: Represent threedimensional figures using nets. Make isometric and orthographic drawings. Key Vocabulary: Net Isometric
More informationAcademic Vocabulary CONTENT BUILDER FOR THE PLC MATH GRADE 1
Academic Vocabulary CONTENT BUILDER FOR THE PLC MATH GRADE 1 : academic vocabulary directly taken from the standard STANDARD 1.2(C) use objects, pictures, and expanded and standard forms to represent numbers
More information16. [Shapes] Q. What shape is this object? A. sphere. a) Circle the cube. b) Circle the cone. c) Circle the cylinder. d) Circle the sphere.
16. [Shapes] Skill 16.1 Recognising 3D shapes (1). Observe whether the 3D shape has a curved surface. If so, the shape will be either a cone, cylinder or sphere. Observe whether the curved surface formes
More informationLearning from Home Activity Booklet
Year 2 Maths Geometry Properties of Shapes Learning from Home Activity Booklet Year 2 Programme of Study Statistics Statutory requirements Activity Sheet Page Number Notes Identify and describe the properties
More informationGeometry Vocabulary. acute anglean angle measuring less than 90 degrees
Geometry Vocabulary acute anglean angle measuring less than 90 degrees anglethe turn or bend between two intersecting lines, line segments, rays, or planes angle bisectoran angle bisector is a ray that
More informationGrade 6 Math Circles Fall 2010 Tessellations I
1 University of Waterloo Faculty of Mathematics entre for Education in Mathematics and omputing Grade 6 Math ircles Fall 2010 Tessellations I tessellation is a collection of shapes that fit together with
More information15.2 Draw Quadrilaterals
? Name 15.2 Draw Quadrilaterals Essential Question How can you draw quadrilaterals? Geometry and Measurement 3.6.B Also 3.6.A MATHEMATICAL PROCESSES 3.1.D, 3.1.G Unlock the Problem Connect You have learned
More information5.1 Any Way You Slice It
SECONDARY MATH III // MODULE 5 MODELING WITH GEOMETRY 5.1 Students in Mrs. Denton s class were given cubes made of clay and asked to slice off a corner of the cube with a piece of dental floss. Jumal sliced
More informationGeometry. Quadrilaterals. Slide 1 / 189. Slide 2 / 189. Slide 3 / 189. Table of Contents. New Jersey Center for Teaching and Learning
New Jersey enter for Teaching and Learning Slide 1 / 189 Progressive Mathematics Initiative This material is made freely available at www.njctl.org and is intended for the noncommercial use of students
More informationMathematics Success Level E
T877 [OBJECTIVE] The student will classify twodimensional figures based on properties. [PREREQUISITE SKILLS] Lesson 29, knowledge of basic geometry terminology including: parallel sides, congruent sides,
More information7 th Grade CCGPS Math LFS Unit 5: Geometry
7 th Grade CCGPS Math LFS Unit 5: Geometry Standards: Cluster: Draw, construct, and describe geometrical figures and describe the relationships between them. MCC7.G.2 (DOK2) Draw (freehand, with ruler
More information6 Mathematics Curriculum
New York State Common Core 6 Mathematics Curriculum GRADE GRADE 6 MODULE 5 Table of Contents 1 Area, Surface Area, and Volume Problems... 3 Topic A: Area of Triangles, Quadrilaterals, and Polygons (6.G.A.1)...
More informationSkill: Polygons. Vocabulary: Polygon a closed twodimensional figure with straight edges
Skill: Polygons Standard: 5.13.a ~ The student, using plane figures (square, rectangle, triangle, parallelogram, rhombus, and trapezoid), will develop definitions of these plane figures; 5.13.b ~ The student,
More informationNorth Carolina Standard Course of Study Kindergarten Mathematics
North Carolina Standard Course of Study Kindergarten Mathematics Standards for Mathematical Practice 1. Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them. 2. Reason abstractly and quantitatively. 3.
More informationPLC Papers Created For:
PLC Papers Created For: Year 10 Topic Practice Papers: Polygons Polygons 1 Grade 4 Look at the shapes below A B C Shape A, B and C are polygons Write down the mathematical name for each of the polygons
More information5th Grade Geometry
Slide 1 / 112 Slide 2 / 112 5th Grade Geometry 20151123 www.njctl.org Slide 3 / 112 Geometry Unit Topics Click on the topic to go to that section Polygons Classifying Triangles & Quadrilaterals Coordinate
More informationGeometry 10 and 11 Notes
Geometry 10 and 11 Notes Area and Volume Name Per Date 10.1 Area is the amount of space inside of a two dimensional object. When working with irregular shapes, we can find its area by breaking it up into
More informationRight Angle Triangle. Square. Opposite sides are parallel
Triangles 3 sides ngles add up to 18⁰ Right ngle Triangle Equilateral Triangle ll sides are the same length ll angles are 6⁰ Scalene Triangle ll sides are different lengths ll angles are different Isosceles
More informationGeometry. Students at Dommerich Elementary helped design and construct a mosaic to show parts of their community and local plants and animals.
Geometry Describing and analyzing twodimensional shapes Students at Dommerich Elementary helped design and construct a mosaic to show parts of their community and local plants and animals. 479 Make a
More informationYear 2 Spring Term Week 5 to 7  Geometry: Properties of Shape
1 Year 2 Spring Term Week 5 to 7  Geometry: Properties of Shape Recognise 2D and 3D shapes Count sides on 2D shapes Count vertices on 2D shapes Draw 2D shapes Lines of symmetry Sort 2D shapes Make
More information11.4 ThreeDimensional Figures
11. ThreeDimensional Figures Essential Question What is the relationship between the numbers of vertices V, edges E, and faces F of a polyhedron? A polyhedron is a solid that is bounded by polygons, called
More informationObjective: Reason about attributes to construct quadrilaterals on square or triangular grid paper.
Lesson 16 Objective: Reason about attributes to construct quadrilaterals on square or Suggested Lesson Structure Fluency Practice Application Problem Concept Development Student Debrief Total Time (12
More informationThe Grade 3 Common Core State Standards for Geometry specify that students should
Students in third grade describe, analyze, and compare properties of twodimensional shapes. They compare and classify shapes by their sides and angles, and they use these classifications to define shapes.
More informationTABLE OF CONTENTS. Worksheets Lesson 1 Worksheet Introduction to Geometry 41 Lesson 2 Worksheet Naming Plane and Solid Shapes.. 44
Acknowledgement: A+ TutorSoft would like to thank all the individuals who helped research, write, develop, edit, and launch our MATH Curriculum products. Countless weeks, years, and months have been devoted
More informationMathematics Curriculum
6 G R A D E Mathematics Curriculum GRADE 6 5 Table of Contents 1... 1 Topic A: Area of Triangles, Quadrilaterals, and Polygons (6.G.A.1)... 11 Lesson 1: The Area of Parallelograms Through Rectangle Facts...
More informationDraw and Classify 3Dimensional Figures
Introduction to ThreeDimensional Figures Draw and Classify 3Dimensional Figures Identify various threedimensional figures. Course 2 Introduction to ThreeDimensional Figures Insert Lesson Title Here
More informationGetting Ready to Teach Unit 6
Getting Ready to Teach Unit 6 Learning Path in the Common Core Standards In this unit, students study the attributes of triangles, quadrilaterals, and other polygons. They find perimeter and area of various
More informationName Period Date GRADE 7: MATHEMATICS COMMON CORE SUPPLEMENT ANGLES, DRAWINGS, AND ALGEBRAIC CONNECTIONS
Name Period Date 7CORE3.1 Geometric Figures Measure and draw angles using a protractor. Review facts about interior angles of triangles and quadrilaterals. Find missing angle measures in geometric diagrams.
More informationInvestigations in Number, Data, and Space for the Common Core 2012
A Correlation of Investigations in Number, Data, and Space for the Common Core 2012 to the Common Core State s with California Additions s Map Grade 2 Mathematics Common Core State s with California Additions
More informationUNIT PLAN. Big Idea/Theme: Polygons can be identified, classified, and described.
UNIT PLAN Grade Level: 5 Unit #: 11 Unit Name Geometry Polygons Time: 15 lessons, 18 days Big Idea/Theme: Polygons can be identified, classified, and described. Culminating Assessment: (requirements of
More informationShapin' Up in 1st Grade [1st Grade Geometry  Shapes 2D & 3D Unit]
Trinity University Digital Commons @ Trinity Understanding by Design: Complete Collection Understanding by Design 62018 Shapin' Up in 1st Grade [1st Grade Geometry  Shapes 2D & 3D Unit] Aly Kirchhof
More informationMATH Student Book. 4th Grade Unit 4
MATH Student Book 4th Grade Unit 4 Unit 4 LINES AND SHAPES MATH 404 LINES AND SHAPES 1. Plane and Solid Shapes...3 Self Test 1 9 2. Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying... 11 Number Order 14 Self Test 2 20
More informationCommon Core. Mathematics Instruction
014 Common Core Mathematics Instruction 7 Part 1: Introduction rea of Composed Figures Develop Skills and Strategies CCSS 7.G.B.6 In previous grades you learned that you can find the area of many different
More informationUNIT 6 Nets and Surface Area Overhead Slides
UNIT 6 Nets and Surface Area Overhead Slides Overhead Slides 6.1 Polygons 6.2 Triangles 6.3 Quadrilaterals 6.4 Name that Shape! 6.5 Drawing Parallelograms 6.6 3D Shapes 6.7 Cuboid 6.8 Prism 6.9 Plan and
More informationGeometry. Slide 1 / 152. Slide 2 / 152. Slide 3 / 152. Area of Figures Table of Contents
Slide 1 / 152 Slide 2 / 152 Geometry rea of Figures 20151027 www.njctl.org Table of ontents Slide 3 / 152 rea of Rectangles rea of Triangles Law of Sines rea of Parallelograms rea of Regular Polygons
More informationGrade 2 Yearlong Mathematics Map
Grade 2 Yearlong Mathematics Map Resources: Approved from Board of Education Assessments: Performance Series, District Benchmark Assessments Common Core State Standards Standards for Mathematical Practice:
More information4 Mathematics Curriculum. Module Overview... i Topic A: Lines and Angles... 4.A.1. Topic B: Angle Measurement... 4.B.1
New York State Common Core 4 Mathematics Curriculum G R A D E Table of Contents GRADE 4 MODULE 4 Angle Measure and Plane Figures GRADE 4 MODULE 4 Module Overview... i Topic A: Lines and Angles... 4.A.1
More information6th Grade Graphing
1 6th Grade Graphing 20151202 www.njctl.org 2 Graphing 6th Grade Topics Cartesian Plane Click on the topic to go to that section Graphing Ordered Pairs Polygons in the Coordinate Plane Cartesian Plane
More information3rd Grade. Shapes and Perimeter.
1 3rd Grade Shapes and Perimeter 2015 11 10 www.njctl.org 2 Table of Contents Area Perimeter Lines, Rays and Line Segments Angles Click on a topic to go to that section Parallel and Intersecting Lines
More informationAugust 3  August 31
Mathematics Georgia Standards of Excellence Geometry Parent Guide Unit 1 A All About Our Unit of Study Transformations in the Coordinate Plane August 3  August 31 In this unit students will perform transformations
More informationGEOMETRY. slide #3. 6th Grade Math Unit 7. 6th Grade Unit 7: GEOMETRY. Name: Table of Contents. Area of Rectangles
Name: 6th Grade Math Unit 7 GEOMETRY 2012 10 17 www.njctl.org 1 Table of Contents Area of Rectangles Area of Parallelograms Area of Triangles Area of Trapezoids Mixed Review Area of Irregular Figures Area
More informationKansas City Area Teachers of Mathematics 2018 KCATM Math Competition
Kansas City Area Teachers of Mathematics 2018 KCATM Math Competition GEOMETRY AND MEASUREMENT TEST GRADE 6 #5190 INSTRUCTIONS Do not open this booklet until instructed to do so. Time limit: 20 minutes
More informationAnswer Key: ThreeDimensional Cross Sections
Geometry A Unit Answer Key: ThreeDimensional Cross Sections Name Date Objectives In this lesson, you will: visualize threedimensional objects from different perspectives be able to create a projection
More informationMath 3  Lesson Title: Using the Coordinate Plane for Proofs
Targeted Content Standard(s): Use coordinates to prove simple geometric theorems algebraically. G.GPE.4 Use coordinates to prove simple geometric theorems algebraically. For example, prove or disprove
More informationStudent Mathematician: Date: Some, All or None Tell whether each statement below is true or false by circling the correct answer. If the statement is false, give a counterexample using words and/or pictures.
More informationLesson Polygons
Lesson 4.1  Polygons Obj.: classify polygons by their sides. classify quadrilaterals by their attributes. find the sum of the angle measures in a polygon. Decagon  A polygon with ten sides. Dodecagon
More informationGrade 3. EDM Version 4. Everyday Math: Unit. Measurement and Geometry. Study Guide
EDM Version 4 Grade 3 Everyday Math: Unit Measurement and Geometry. Study Guide Thank you! Catherine Wiist @ Abc123is4me http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/store/abc123is4me (All new products are discounted
More informationPOSITION, DIRECTION AND MOVEMENT Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 Use mathematical
POSITION, DIRECTION AND MOVEMENT Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 Use mathematical Use mathematical Describe positions on a Identify, describe and vocabulary to describe vocabulary to describe
More informationPolygons. 5 sides 5 angles. pentagon. Name
Lesson 11.1 Reteach Polygons A polygon is a closed plane figure formed by three or more line segments that meet at points called vertices. You can classify a polygon by the number of sides and the number
More informationUnit 1, Lesson 1: Moving in the Plane
Unit 1, Lesson 1: Moving in the Plane Let s describe ways figures can move in the plane. 1.1: Which One Doesn t Belong: Diagrams Which one doesn t belong? 1.2: Triangle Square Dance m.openup.org/1/8112
More informationRecalling Quadrilaterals
Recalling Quadrilaterals Play Area Lesson 231 Recalling Quadrilaterals Learning Targets: Define and classify quadrilaterals based on their properties. Use properties of quadrilaterals to determine missing
More informationMCAS and Common Core Mathematics Student Set
Grade 4 SMPLER MS and ommon ore Mathematics Student Set lick on the book titles below to navigate. MS Finish Line MS Performance Indicator Finish Line for the ommon ore State Standards ontents Introduction
More informationAcademic Vocabulary CONTENT BUILDER FOR THE PLC MATH GRADE 2
Academic Vocabulary CONTENT BUILDER FOR THE PLC MATH GRADE 2 : academic vocabulary directly taken from the standard STANDARD 2.2(B) use standard, word, and expanded forms to represent numbers up to 1,200
More informationGo to Grade 5 Everyday Mathematics Sample Lesson
McGrawHill makes no representations or warranties as to the accuracy of any information contained in this McGrawHill Material, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular
More informationUnit 4 Reasoning about shape. Year 4. Five daily lessons. Autumn term. Unit Objectives. Link Objectives
Unit 4 Reasoning about shape Five daily lessons Year 4 Autumn term (Key objectives in bold) Unit Objectives Year 4 Describe and visualise 3D and 2D shapes, Page 102 including the tetrahedron and heptagon.
More informationPYP 5C s Maths Daily Lesson Plan 2012/2013 Strand: Space and Shape (2D and 3D shapes)
Day/ Date Monday/ October 8 th, 2012 To know the vocabulary used to describe 2D and 3D shapes Use the proper vocabulary for 2D shapes (corner, sides, parallel, lines of symmetry, angles acute, obtuse,
More informationPolygons. 5 sides 5 angles. pentagon. no no R89. Name
Lesson 11.1 Polygons A polygon is a closed plane figure formed by three or more line segments that meet at points called vertices. You can classify a polygon by the number of sides and the number of angles
More informationCalifornia Common Core State Standards Comparison  FIRST GRADE
1. Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them. 2. Reason abstractly and quantitatively. 3. Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others 4. Model with mathematics. Standards
More information3 Dimensional Solids. Table of Contents. 3 Dimensional Solids Nets Volume Prisms and Cylinders Pyramids, Cones & Spheres
Table of Contents 3 Dimensional Solids Nets Volume Prisms and Cylinders Pyramids, Cones & Spheres Surface Area Prisms Pyramids Cylinders Spheres More Practice/ Review 3 Dimensional Solids Polyhedron A
More informationEureka Math. Grade K, Module 2. Student File_B Contains Sprint and Fluency, and Assessment Materials
A Story of Units Eureka Math Grade K, Module 2 Student File_B Contains Sprint and Fluency, and Assessment Materials Published by the nonprofit Great Minds. Copyright 2015 Great Minds. All rights reserved.
More informationMidpoint Quadrilaterals
Math Objectives Students will explore the parallelogram formed by the midpoints of any quadrilateral. Students will further explore special outer and inner quadrilaterals formed by the connected midpoints.
More informationUnit Goals Stage 1. Number of Days: 14 days 1/29/182/16/18
Number of : 14 1/29/182/16/18 Unit Goals Stage 1 Unit Description: Drawing on our knowledge of the definitions of special quadrilaterals and a few of their properties, students will now prove those properties
More informationNumber/Computation. addend Any number being added. digit Any one of the ten symbols: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9
14 Number/Computation addend Any number being added algorithm A stepbystep method for computing array A picture that shows a number of items arranged in rows and columns to form a rectangle associative
More informationame Date Class Practice A 11. What is another name for a regular quadrilateral with four right angles?
ame Date Class Practice A Polygons Name each polygon. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Tell whether each polygon appears to be regular or not regular. 7. 8. 9. 10. What is another name for a regular triangle? 11. What
More information15. First make a parallelogram by rotating the original triangle. Then tile with the Parallelogram.
Shapes and Designs: Homework Examples from ACE Investigation 1: Question 15 Investigation 2: Questions 4, 20, 24 Investigation 3: Questions 2, 12 Investigation 4: Questions 9 12, 22. ACE Question ACE Investigation
More informationName 86A. 1. What type of quadrilateral is shown below? A Rectangle B Trapezoid C Rhombus D Square. 2. What is true about every rhombus?
Quick Check 1. What type of quadrilateral is shown below? A Rectangle B Trapezoid C Rhombus D Square 2. What is true about every rhombus? A All angles are equal. B All sides are equal. C Exactly one pair
More informationKINDERGARTEN MATHEMATICS Highlighted quarters represent mastery expected CCSS Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
KINDERGARTEN MATHEMATICS CCSS Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Quarter 1 K.CC.1.a. Count orally by ones to at least 30. (Goal of 100) K.CC.1.b. Count orally by tens to 30. (Goal of 100) K.CC.3.a. Recognize numbers from 0 to
More informationAnoka Hennepin K12 Curriculum plan
Anoka Hennepin K12 Curriculum plan Department: Elementary Math Unit Title: Packages and Polygons (Blue Book, Geo and Measurement) Triangles and Beyond (Blue Book, Geo and Measurement) Everyday Math: Volume
More informationClosed shapes with straight sides
41 Unit 6 and 7 Properties of 2D shapes Activity 1 Closed shapes with straight sides (polygons). Let s revise the 2D shapes you learnt about in Grade 5 Closed shapes with straight sides triangle quadrilateral
More informationGeometry Workbook WALCH PUBLISHING
Geometry Workbook WALCH PUBLISHING Table of Contents To the Student..............................vii Unit 1: Lines and Triangles Activity 1 Dimensions............................. 1 Activity 2 Parallel
More informationAn angle that has a measure less than a right angle.
Unit 1 Study Strategies: TwoDimensional Figures Lesson Vocab Word Definition Example Formed by two rays or line segments that have the same 1 Angle endpoint. The shared endpoint is called the vertex.
More information