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What Does The Shape Say? & Quadrilateral Quotes!

What Does The Shape Say? and Quadrilateral Quotations: Fun 2D & 3D shape activities to get your kids thinking and writing about math!

Sorting Angles Freebie! Acute, Obtuse, Straight, and Right angles cut and sort for interactive math journals.

Outdoor Maths: Creating 3D Shapes from Sticks | Creative STAR Learning | I'm a teacher, get me OUTSIDE here!

2D Shapes Polygon Attribute Game Puzzles 3.G.1

Polygon Attribute Puzzles 3.G.1 are a valuable asset to any 3rd grade math classroom. This is a great resource for review, math centers, group work and for math interventions. This puzzle set includes 14 puzzles and an optional center instruction page. Your students will love learning about shapes attributes with this polygons activity!

E-motion: shape-shifting hood that references the senses and feelings of a person in an abstract way. It subtly transforms and changes shape via shape memory alloys. The project was developed Max Schäth

Parallel, Perpendicular, and Intersecting Lines: Learn how to decipher different types of lines.

Back in 2003 when I was studying photography at LCP I was lucky enough to be taught by a very brilliant photographer called Paul Smith. His knowledge of lighting was impeccable and he would spend hours in the studio trying patiently to explain lighting techniques that would inevitably get totally lost and misunderstood inside my poor non-technical brain. One day Paul’s son, a photographer himself, came in to give us eager students an insight into the world of a successful commercial…

FREE 6th grade math Challenge of the Week problems! Topics include the number system, ratios, algebra, geometry, statistics, and probability. My 6th grade math students love the challenge!