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  • Amy's Geometry 3-4 Teacher's Web Links
    the education of a student Read their official testing position at this site Index to the California Academic Content Standards California State University at Northridge provides this list of mathematics standards indexed by grade level Mathematics Standards and Benchmarks for K 12 Education The McRel Standards Database provides standards in mathematics breaking down each standard by grade level to determine benchmark competencies The Nation s Report Card Mathematics 2000 results including national results state results male female performance racial ethnic performance as well as teacher s and student s reports on contexts for learning Principles and Standards for School Mathematics New NCTM Standards for the year 2000 with a list of extensive resources This electronic edition includes the full text of the print document Standards are organized Pre K 2 3 5 6 8 9 12 Standards and Assessment TEAMS provides links to standards and assessments testing and instruction and test taking strategies Return to top Journals and Professional Organizations JRME Online NCTM s first full text online journal is now available to the public Mathematics Journals A list of mathematics journals with articles on the Web Mathematics Electronic Journals A collection of journals from the WWW Virtual Library National Council of Teachers of Mathematics A nonprofit professional association dedicated to the improvement of mathematics education for all students in the United States and Canada The Guide to Math and Science Reform A database of more than 1 100 entries that describe projects and organizations dedicated to significantly improving mathematics and science education in elementary and secondary schools from the Annenberg CPB Math and Science collection Return to top Lesson Plans and Resources Eisenhower National Clearinghouse for Math and Science A national source of effective materials and teaching methods Geometry Lesson Plans A collection of activities to support geometry for

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  • Creating & Discussing Rectangle Patterns
    has a perimeter of 18 The number 9 1 x 9 has a perimeter of 20 The number 16 4 x 4 has an area of 16 and a perimeter of 16 The number 18 6 x 3 has an area of 18 and a perimeter of 18 Numbers 1 4 16 36 64 and 121 are alike because they make special rectangles or squares These numbers are square numbers Shared by Marengo Elementary School Ben The area is the same as the number of blocks used Dashiell and Ben In the single row rectangles the perimeter always goes up 2 Each time you add the additional block the inside common sides are not counted in the perimeter Ben In the single row rectangles if you subtract the area from the perimeter for the first rectangle the answer is 3 P A 3 or 4 1 3 As you do the same for each additional rectangle in sequence the answer goes up by 1 each time example 6 2 4 for the second rectangle and 8 3 5 for the third rectangle Dashiell When finding the perimeter for the single row of rectangles double the long side and add 2

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  • Tessellations submitted by Students
    7th Street Elementary Students from Glazer Elementary School created these beautiful tessellations Shared by Ashley Glazer Elementary Shared by Corrina Glazer Elementary Shared by Alexandria Glazer Elementary Shared by Michael Glazer Elementary Shared by Bruce Glazer Elementary Shared by Shane Glazer Elementary Students from Kosciusko Elementary School created these beautiful tessellations Shared by Brandon Kosciusko Elementary Shared by Teela Kosciusko Elementary Shared by Honesty Kosciusko Elementary Shared by Reginald Kosciusko

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  • Defining Polygons
    that is in box 1 3 Describe your shape Tell as many different things about your shape as you can Shared by Brittany Glazer Elementary 1 Sketch or show an object that contains a geometric shape 2 Draw the geometric shape that is in box 1 3 Describe your shape Tell as many different things about your shape as you can Shared by Courtney Glazer Elementary 1 Sketch or show an object that contains a geometric shape 2 Draw the geometric shape that is in box 1 3 Describe your shape Tell as many different things about your shape as you can Shared by Michelle Glazer Elementary 1 Sketch or show an object that contains a geometric shape 2 Draw the geometric shape that is in box 1 3 Describe your shape Tell as many different things about your shape as you can Shared by Shanise Glazer Elementary 1 Sketch or show an object that contains a geometric shape 2 Draw the geometric shape that is in box 1 3 Describe your shape Tell as many different things about your shape as you can Shared by Ceara McKenny Elementary 1 Sketch or show an object that contains a geometric shape

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  • Turn On To Mathematics Kit Information
    mail no phone orders or COD orders will be accepted Price effective through June 30 2001 Full Kit TM 9101 425 00 This kit of instructional materials contains items that will be used throughout the mathematics modules One full kit serves approximately 30 students Instructional Materials Components Prices are per unit multiple units may be needed depending on the number of students Individual items can be ordered or replaced using the catalog numbers below Cat No Quantity Description Price Unit TM 5816 TM 4340 TM 1516 TM 4903 TIM TM 9079 TM 1514 TM 4079 TM 520 1 TM 6592 1 TM 6591 TM 5856 TM 4356 TM 4906 TM 6450 3 sets 1 set 2 4 4 sets 1 set 1 1 1 4 sets 1 1 1 1 Pop Cubes Unicubes set of 1 000 Bucket of Tangrams Buckets of Polydrons Transparent Spinner 5 spinners per set Overhead Tangrams 4 puzzles per set Overhead Color Squares Transparent ruler 12 30 cm Magnetic Wand Magnetic Chips 50 chips per set MathLink Cubes Intermediate Geometry Fractions with Tangrams Elementary Geometry with Polydrons Flip top storage chest 12 95 34 95 19 95 88 00 4 95 5 75 6 95

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  • Amy's Geography 5-6 Activities
    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 from the top layer to the bottom layer Algebra 3 4 Algebra 5 6 Algebra 6 8 Geometry 3 4 Geometry 5 6 Geometry 6 8 Number Concepts 3 4 Number Concepts

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  • Build a Shape with Tangrams
    tangrams Cycle through the different patterns by clicking on the or buttons to see all the examples Once you choose a pattern drag each tangram piece to the center of the puzzle area and place it to form the pattern You may need to rotate and flip the pieces depending on the example you choose The puzzles are harder than they look so be ready to use your best problem

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  • Amy's Geometry 5-6 Web Links
    templates for making your own tessellations by Suzanne Alejandre Triangle Tessellation How does a triangle always tessellate Totally Tessellated Explore the history of tessellations essentials use in mosaics and tiles the artist MC Escher designs and patterns and more Virtual Manipulatives Tessellations Create your own tessellated designs using pattern blocks Wallpaper Groups David E Joyce created this page to illustrate planar repeating patterns In fact the actual pattern isn t always as interesting as the symmetries of the pattern What is a Tessellation An explanation of using regular polygons to form tessellations Return to the top Escher M C Escher Biographical sketch of the artist 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 tessellations images and links to related sites The World of Escher This site is rich with information and illustrations of M C Escher and his works Return to the top Origami Alex Bateman s Origami Page Find some nice examples of origami tessellations A Paper Folding Project Step by step directions to create a paper sculpture How to Make an Origami Crane Simple illustrated instructions for making a paper crane Jasper s Origami Primer A guide to folding several different sculptures from simple to complex levels of difficulty Joseph Wu s Origami Photo Page A wonderful resource page on the art of origami Kirigami The Japanese art of folding and cutting paper is recreated using virtual paper and a JAVA capable browser Origami Diagrams on the Web Includes many classic designs including techniques for the simple models to the complex Origami Help for Beginners Learn the folding symbols and written instructions so you can follow directions Origami Pieces N Creases A ThinkQuest Junior award winner you will

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