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- Linda's Activities

Problem solving logical reasoning and visual discrimination are skills used to solve the problem Objective Find as many different solutions as possible Materials 2 green triangles 2 blue rhombi 1 red trapezoid Worksheet of 4 large triangles Teacher Preparation Duplicate worksheet Directions Use 2 green triangles 2 blue rhombi and 1 red trapezoid to cover each large triangle Cover each large triangle a different way Color in solutions Discuss with

Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/linda/geometry/activities/cover.html (2016-02-17)

Open archived version from archive - Amy's Geometry 3-4 Activities

grid Two different colors of pens markers or pencils Procedure First player colors in any single small triangle of the playing grid Second player then colors in any other small triangle of the grid Players then alternate turns coloring in small triangles and may play anywhere on the grid The game ends when the grid is completely colored Points are awarded for the following shapes each made up of four

Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/amy/geometry/3-4/activities/quilt.html (2016-02-17)

Open archived version from archive - Amy's Geometry 3-4 Activities

students practice these skills and determine the order in which eight squares are transformed and layered from top to bottom by analyzing an overlapping view of the top square Problem Eight squares cover the large square below All of the eight squares are the same size The square marked 1 is completely shown However you can only see a part of the other seven squares Number the squares in order

Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/amy/geometry/3-4/activities/heap.html (2016-02-17)

Open archived version from archive - Amy's Geometry 3-4 Activities

walk around the school and look for objects that contain geometric shapes Draw an appropriate object discovered on the Shapes Walk in box 1 Isolate the geometric shape in box 1 and draw the geometric shape in box 2 Describe the shape in box 3 1 Sketch an object you saw on the walk which contains a geometric shape 2 Draw the geometric shape that is in the object in

Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/amy/geometry/3-4/activities/shapes/shapes.html (2016-02-17)

Open archived version from archive - Properties of Quadrilaterals

not know what a term means click on the word to see the definition in the glossary If correct you can move to the next Quest If you are not correct read the explanation carefully and try again When you feel that you have mastered all the properties and can match the quadrilaterals and their properties with 100 accuracy take the Quadrilateral Quiz Your answers will be sent to Jeannie

Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/amy/geometry/3-4/activities/new_quads/quads.html (2016-02-17)

Open archived version from archive - Quadrilateral Quest: Do You Know Their Properties?

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Original URL path: /documentation/classrooms/amy/geometry/3-4/activities/quad_quest/quad_quest.html (2016-02-17) - Pentomino example

will turn black Drag over the pentominoes one at a time and place them on the puzzle board Rotate and flip the pieces if needed Fill all the remaining squares If you change your mind drag the pieces out of the puzzle area If you can fill all the spaces and use all the pentominoes you are a Champion Pentominoes Puzzle Solver To rotate a pentomino PC Right click and

Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/amy/geometry/3-4/activities/pentominos/pentominos.html (2016-02-17)

Open archived version from archive - Amy's Geometry 3-4 Web Links

own tessellations by Suzanne Alejandre Hyperbolic Tessellations Advanced students may enjoy this page on tessellations of the hyperbolic plane by David E Joyce Investigating Tessellations This activity using pattern blocks is provided by Suzanne Alejandre from the Math Forum at Swarthmore University Comments from Tessellators Read the comments from parents educators and students using tessellations to teach geometry return to top Escher The World of Escher This site is rich with information and illustrations of M C Escher and his works M C Escher Artist or Mathematician This page was created by students as part of a ThinkQuest contest It contains information on Escher s life tesselations images and links to related sites return to top Primes The Largest Known Primes Information on primes from the University of Tennessee at Martin The Prime Page Everything you could ever want to know about prime numbers well almost return to top Fun with Geometry Interactive Mathematics The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives from Utah State University presents these online manipulatives to enhance student learning They are indexed by math topic and grade level Kali Geometry Game Use Kali to draw Escher like tilings infinite knots and other cool stuff Line Symmetry Numerous

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