Category Archives: Math: Geometry/Shapes

Math Guided Notes: Geometry

I made up some guided math notes for my 5th and 6th grade math level kids to fill in and use to study. Hope they may be of help to others……..




Special Quadrilaterals/Parallelograms:

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Posted by on March 7, 2011 in Math: Geometry/Shapes


Square or Rectangle?

Ok, a square is a special kind of rectangle, but for my 5 year old, we’ll just stick with square or rectangle.

I made him some worksheets to practice distinguishing between the two. They can be cut apart to make flashcards as well. I ask him is it a square or rectangle and with each response, I ask him why it is what he said.

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Posted by on September 24, 2010 in Math: Geometry/Shapes


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Perimeter File Folder Cards

Here are some basic perimeter cards that I made up. Each card has a polygon with measurements and students can pick a card and calculate the perimeters. You could make answer cards to go along with it and make it a matching activity.  I got these from 4th and 5th grade books…………. You could just also use them for worksheets.

Perimeter Cards

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Posted by on April 9, 2009 in File Folder Games, Math: Geometry/Shapes


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Solid Figure Geometry Study for Second Grade

Someone had asked about resources for second grade geometry study of solid figures. This seemed like a helpful site: ( links to online activities and lessons)

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Posted by on January 14, 2009 in Grade 02, Math: Geometry/Shapes


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Geometry File Folder Activities

A few file folder activities I made up:

Intersecting vs. Parallel line:


Is it a line, ray, line segment, angle, or point?


Is it symmetric?



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