My Lower Elementary students love this game, and play it often! Triangles: Isosceles-Scalene-Equilateral-Right Directions: Laminate and cut out game pieces on page three. After reviewing the different types of triangles take turns drawing from the mixed up, face down triangle pile. If both players agree that the triangle the player picks matches the name drawn they place their "x" or "o" on the game board.
A few weeks ago we wrote about our predictions for the colors that will dominate the kitchen in 2017. The bathroom, though a bit of a humbler space, deserves a little color love too, so that's where we're turning our eye next. Here's what you can expect for the future of color in the bathroom.
FREEBIE! This geometry scoot features types of lines, angles and names of shapes. It also includes the classification of triangles by sides and by angles. There is also a recording sheet and an answer key. I hope your kids enjoy this fun activity that gets everyone involved and moving!