### We found 102 resources with the concept rays

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#### Introduction to Angle Measure

An all-encompassing package provides video clips that demonstrate real-world activities that have to do with angles. After watching the Cyberchase cartoons, learners discuss why a "v" shape is used to measure a turn. A pair of vital...

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#### Copying and Bisecting an Angle

Take one angle and get two. The presentation provides the steps required to copy and bisect an angle. Pupils follow the steps to create the two constructions. They create their own foldable to keep track of the steps for each construction.

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#### Basic Definitions in Geometry

Can you define that basic figure? Building upon the undefined terms in geometry, the instructional activity defines basic geometry figures. The resource defines line segment, ray, angle, perpendicular lines, and parallel lines.

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#### Identification of Angles by Vertex and Ray

Angle ABC is not the same as angle BCA, but it is the same as angle CBA. Help your classes understand naming conventions of angles and, more importantly, the importance of naming angles correctly. Scholars practice the parts of the angle...

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#### Definition of an Angle

Take a look at the definition from a different angle. The short assessment asks pupils to develop a precise definition of an angle. The scholars draw and label and angle to assist with the definition.

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#### Properties of Dilations

Investigate dilations to learn more about them. The second segment in a series of 16 provides a discussion of properties of dilations by going through examples. The problem set provides opportunities for scholars to construct dilations.

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#### Naming Simple Geometric Figures

Mathematicians use notation for efficiency, so make your classes more efficient! The instructor explains the definition and notation for key elements of geometry such as points, lines, and planes. This is the 37th lesson is a series of 40.

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#### Radian Measure of Angles - Concept

An informative lesson begins with a concept video explaining how radians are figured. Then it offers videos of four progressively difficult guided practice problems.

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#### Study Jams! Construct Angles

Practice those protracting skills while watching the step-by-step guide on the correct way to use this angle measuring tool. The resource follows with assessment questions testing their ability to understand and use the protractor...

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#### Concave Mirrors

Study concave and convex mirrors with an in-depth slideshow presentation. Slides contain term definitions as well as labeled diagrams.

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#### Transformations in the Coordinate Plane

Your learners connect the new concepts of transformations in the coordinate plane to their previous knowledge using the solid vocabulary development in this unit. Like a foreign language, mathematics has its own set of vocabulary terms...

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#### Basic Geometry Terms

Set your pupils up to start on geometry by teaching them some introductory terminology. Pupils learn the terms by reading a short passage and looking at examples. They then respond to five questions related to the text.

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#### Geometric Figures: Teaching Masters and Study Link Masters

Help young mathematicians shape their understanding of geometry with this series of worksheets and activities. Starting with an introduction to line segments, lines, and rays, the first unit in this math series continues on to explore...

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#### Lines, Line Segments, Rays and Angles - Homework 15.1

Here is an identifying lines, line segments, rays, and angles worksheet which has learners identify the figures by telling whether figures are right angles, less than a right angle, or greater than a right angle, identifying lines as...

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#### Basics Concepts - Practice 14.1

Learners draw and label 12 different geometric figures which include lines, line segments, angles, and ray. They answer six questions where they are given labeled geometric figures and write the name and symbol for each figure. Pupils...

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#### Don't Mangle That Angle - Enrichment 14.1

Clever! Supposedly a strong wind blew the letters off of a classroom bulletin board, and now learners connect them according to directions listed. As a result, they end up drawing a line segment, ray, intersecting line, angles, and...

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#### Lines, Line Segments, Rays and Angles - Reteach 15.1

Upper graders answer four questions where they identify geometric figures as lines, line segments or rays. Next, they answer questions where they identify lines as parallel, intersecting, or perpendicular. Definitions and drawings of...

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#### Lines, Line Segments, Rays, and Angles - Practice 15.1

Is it a line, line segment, ray, or angle? Identifying geometric figures is the focus. In addition to identification, learners recognize right angles or tell if an angle is less than or greater than a right angle. They tell if lines are...

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#### Measuring Angles - Pretest Questions

Upper graders solve ten multiple choice problems about angles and measuring angles.

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#### Rays and Angles - Homework 16.2

Learners name seven different angles in three different ways and then classify each angle as acute, obtuse, right or straight. They solve one word problem.

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#### Basic Geometric Concepts - Homework 14.1

For this recognizing geometric figures worksheet, students read descriptions, draw, label, and write the names and symbols for basic geometric figures. Students solve thirteen problems.

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#### Points, Lines, and Rays - Problem Solving 15.1

Here is a set of five word problems in which geometers draw and identify points, lines, segments, rays. They determine if lines are perpendicular or parallel. This is a concise, yet applicable worksheet to help learners grasp the...

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#### Draw Me a Riddle - Enrichment 15.1

Find here a creative approach to reviewing lines, line segments, points, rays, and intersection. Riddle solvers answer questions or name parts of the figure that they have drawn by following directions at the top of the page.

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#### Parts of an Angle

Learners review the line segments and rays. In this identifying angles lesson plan, they define the word vertex and describe how angles are formed. Pupils show the parts of an angle and name them.

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#### Linear Equations and Inequalities

This presentation offers an in-depth look into linear equations and inequalities. Here, teacher-orientated slides provide detailed information to share with your mathematicians, while student-oriented slides detail activities that...

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#### Points, Lines, Segments, and Rays Lesson 15-1

Some of the most important vocabulary in the study of geometry is presented here. In this PowerPoint, learners view the definitions for points, lines, segments, and rays. The definitions and graphics are clear, and kids are also coached...

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#### ELL: Rays and Angles

ELL pupils read vocabulary about rays and angles, then match terms with definitions they have read. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.

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#### Rays and Angles - Practice 16.2

Here is a ray and angle worksheet in which learners name and classify angles, write times on clocks using given angles, and solve two "test prep" questions. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.

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#### Rays and Angles: Reteach 16.2

Upper graders name angles in three ways, then classify as obtuse, right or straight. They first read information about the three angles. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.

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#### Rays and Angles - Problem Solving 16.2

Learners read and solve five problem-solving word problems involving a variety of different types of rays and angles.

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#### Three Ways to Name an Angle

Learners first name angles in three ways, then classify them as acute, obtuse or right angles. Good practice when introducing the concept of different types of angles.

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#### Planes and Points

Build a solid foundation on which to develop future concepts. Through a guided exploration, learners compare and contrast the characteristics of points, lines, planes, rays, and segments. They measure lengths and practice notation for...

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#### What is an Angle?

An angle is formed when two rays share a common endpoint. Want to know more about angles? There are a lot of terms in this lesson. You might have to watch it two or even three times to make sure you understand all the terms. I recommend...

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#### Critters of the Chesapeake Bay - Skates & Rays

Part of a series of slide shows on Chesapeake Bay biology, this presentation focuses on the cartilaginous fish. Viewers learn the physical features of skates and rays. The methods of reproduction are also compared. Most of the photos are...

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#### Radial Letters

This art lesson seems simple enough. As a way to introduce radial symmetry, spokes, or rays, learners create an artistic representation demonstrating radial symmetry. They stick a variety of letter stickers on their paper starting in the...

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#### Identify Lines, Line Segments, and Rays

Upper grade pupils identify diagrams, checking the appropriate box for each. A reference web site is given for additional activities.

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#### Fish

In this ecology instructional activity students complete a crossword puzzle by answering various questions on fish structure, behavior and movement.

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#### Long Live the Sharks and Rays

Students study shark and ray adaptations that have helped their survival. In this animal adaptations instructional activity students view a video and work in groups to research specific types of sharks and rays.

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#### Shark and Rays: Word Puzzle

In this word puzzle worksheet, students use their spelling skills to complete 3 word puzzles that require them to change the word "shark" to other words in 5 or fewer steps. An example is included.

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#### Variational Calculus 2

In this methods of applied mathematics instructional activity, students solve 6 different types of problems related to variational calculus. First, they determine the first integrals of the Euler-Lagrange equations corresponding to the...

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#### Vertebrates I

I spy a spine. The 19th installment of a 23-part NOAA Enrichment in Marine sciences and Oceanography (NEMO) program explores vertebrate species, such as sharks and other fish. Learners take part in an activity evaluating the...

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#### What is an Angle?

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#### Lines and Angles with K'NEX

Here is a geometry lessonwhich invites learners to create models using their knowledge of lines, segments, rays, and angles. This lesson reinforces geometric vocabulary and concepts through practical application, it also includes...

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#### An Introduction to Circles

Sixth graders revisit geometry terms and discover new circle vocabulary such as point, line, segment, ray, and angle through a Power Point Presentation. After the class discussion, 6th graders practice finding a radius and diameter of a...

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#### 1.2 Points, Lines and Planes

This is a lengthy overview PowerPoint that defines, explains, shows examples, and has practice problems about points, lines and planes. The class will need to write many notes and there is an example of how to set up in the Cornell...

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#### Complementary and Supplementary Angles: Geometry "Nspired"

Learners investigate complementary and supplementary angles. They use dynamic geometry (TI-nspire) software to manipulate rays to identify the conditions necessary to create complementary and supplementary angles. They find the measure...

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#### What's My Line?

For this geometry worksheet, students analyze a figure with parallel lines, rays, perpendicular lines and lines. Students use the diagram to answer 7 questions.

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#### Lines, Line Segments, Rays, and Angles: English Learners

In this English Language geometric terms worksheet, students read the paragraph and use the drawing to help them understand the terms line segments, right angle, square corner, and more or less than a right angle. Students then draw...

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#### Line Segments, Lines, and Rays

In this line segment learning exercise, students first identify line segments from lines, points, and rays. Students draw the three figures including a line, ray, and line segment. Students then determine if the drawn figures are line...

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#### Points, Lines, and Rays

In this geometry instructional activity, students name the lines on 6 figures as points, lines, a line segment, a ray or a plane. Students write their answers on the lines provided.

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#### Points, Lines, and Rays ELL 15.1

In this words with end inside for ELL learning exercise, students read word parts, the words with end, and the meaning of the words and then read definitions for extend, have in common, intersect, and lie and use the words in the box to...

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#### Exploring Harmonic Conjugates

High schoolers investigate harmonic conjugates using Cabri Software or the Ti Calculator to analyze harmonics. They explore different angles measurements as they move their circles around and solve problems.

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#### What is a Ray?

A ray is a line that begins at an identified point and then goes on forever in one direction. The identified point is called the endpoint. There needs to be another identified point on the line to be able to identify the line as a ray....

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#### Ray Alphabet Activity

In this sting ray vocabulary activity instructional activity, learners examine 9 ray-related terms and then put those terms into alphabetical order.

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#### Ray Multiple Choice Activity

In this ray worksheet, students complete a ten question multiple choice activity pertaining to sea rays. Prior knowledge is assumed.

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#### Ray Crossword Puzzle

In this ray worksheet, students complete a ten question crossword puzzle with words that pertain to rays. There is a word bank provided.

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#### Ray Reading Comprehension Worksheet

In this rays worksheet, students read a short factual text about the ray. Students answer 4 short answer questions and color a large picture of a ray.

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#### Parts of a Line

In this parts of line worksheet, learners solve and complete 12 various types of problems. First, they find the length of the indicated line segments. Then, students determine the lengths of the line segments listed.

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#### Interactivate - Lines, Rays, Line Segments, and Planes

Middle schoolers explore lines, rays, line segments, and planes. In this math lesson, students discuss the math concepts and direct their instructor in graphing functions. Middle schoolers collaborate in graphing additional functions.

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#### Challenge: Draw Me a Riddle

Upper graders use given rules to draw a set of figures, then answer five questions about the segments drawn. Answers are included on page 2.

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#### Catch Some Rays?

In this online interactive science rays worksheet, students read 5 questions and choose the multiple choice answer that answers each question correctly. Students answer 1 science question on rays online in the box provided.

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#### Line Segments, Lines, and Rays

In this line segments, lines, and rays learning exercise, learners identify the figures in the first set and write line, point, line segment, or ray for each one. Students draw the figures in the second set and determine if the figure is...

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#### Line, Ray and Line Segment

For this line worksheet, students sketch 6 lines, line segments, and rays. Students sketch examples of a line, line segment, and ray.

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#### Mr. Bo Jangle, What's Your Angle?

Third graders explore angles. In this geometry lesson, 3rd graders identify and define acute, obtuse, and right angles. Students form angles with their bodies, find angles in picture books, and record angles found outside in their math...

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#### Basic Skills: Lines, Segments and Rays

In this basic skills worksheet, students draw lines, segments, and rays according to given instructions. This four-page worksheet contains 20 problems. Answers are provided on the last two pages.

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#### Two-Mirror Worksheet

In this two-mirror instructional activity, learners answer 3 questions about 3 different diagrams that show two-mirrors. They identify the rays used to see the images, and they distinguish the rays that bring color to the top of the eye...

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#### The Building Blocks of Geometry

In this geometry worksheet, students identify points, lines, planes, rays, segments and angles. They classify the intersection of geometric figures. This three-page worksheet contains examples, detailed instructions, and 12 problems....

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#### Along The Lines

For this geometry worksheet, students solve 12 problems in which line segments, lines, points and rays are drawn and pictures are correctly labeled.

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#### Points, Lines and Planes

In this points, lines and planes learning exercise, 10th graders solve and complete 9 various types of problems. First, they name the planes that intersect a figure shown. Then, students determine the points that are collinear and...

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#### Angles

In this angles worksheet, 10th graders solve and complete 38 different problems that include identifying various types of angles. First, they name each angle in four ways and identify its vertex and its sides. Then, students use a...

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#### Geometric Ideas

In this geometry worksheet, 6th graders circle the correct name and provide the symbol for each of the 5 questions given. The worksheet provides a chart with the geometric term, the symbol and a brief description for each term.

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#### Lesson Plan One: Points, Lines, Rays

Fifth graders explore basic geometric terms. Pupils draw a physical picture of a scene that illustrates at least five geometric terms. Partners exchange drawings and locate the illustration of geometric terms in the drawing.

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#### Construct and Measure Lines, Segments, Rays, and Angles Using Geometer's Sketchpad

Sixth graders construct points, lines, rays, line segments and angles using Geometer's Sketchpad, label all points and measure each constructed item, print their constructions, and complete question sheet to demonstrate understanding.

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#### REFLECTIONS OF SCIENCE

Students discover the different types of mirrors, their properties and some of their applications. They have already been introduced to some of the properties of light and have already experienced some of the different types of mirrors...

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#### Measuring Angles & Segments

Students view a PowerPoint for a warm-up activity. They practice measuring around the classroom, measuring such things as the length and width of a desk, pencil, door, and book. Students use a website to practice measuring angles.

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#### Geometry in the Real World

Eighth graders complete a unit of lessons on basic geometry concepts. They participate in a variety of activities, culminating in a project that involves publishing a booklet or a poster that presents the major geometry concepts from the...

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#### Find Someone Who........

Fifth graders identify, describe, and classify lines, line segments, rays, and angles. When given a diagram of a line, they classify the line as perpendicular, parallel, intersecting, vertical, horizontal, and/or diagonal.

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#### Geometry

For this line and angles worksheet, students explore basic geometry vocabulary. They classify polygons. Students determine the area and perimeter of given shapes. They examine the parts of a circle, find volume and surface area of...

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#### Lines, Segments, and Rays

Fifth graders use their arm, toothpicks, and marshmallows to create lines, segments, and rays. In this lines, segments, and rays lesson plan, 5th graders learn how these appear on a plane.

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#### Twenty Fill in the Blank with Line, Ray or Line Segment

In this line, ray, and line segment worksheet, students fill in the twenty blanks with the appropriate terms. The solutions are provided.

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#### Geometry: Identifying Lines and Rays

For this geometry: identifying lines and rays worksheet, student answer six multiple choice questions identifying lines, line segments and rays.

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#### Line, Line Segments, Ray and Points #2

For this geometry worksheet, students identify diagrams as either lines, line segments, rays or points, write the definition of each and match it to its diagram.

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#### Geometry: Lines, Line Segments, Rays and Points

In this geometry worksheet, students identify diagrams as either lines, line segments, rays or points, write definitions for each and match the diagrams to their definitions.

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#### Construction Practice

In this geometry worksheet, students use protractors and rulers to draw 6 lines, rays, and triangles using the given measurements. They follow directions as to which lines bisects angles and other lines.

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#### 1-4 Practice: Segments, Rays, Parallel Lines, and Planes

In this line segment worksheet, students determine if statements concerning parallel lines, segments, rays and planes are true. They identify parallel lines, intersecting planes, and rays in given diagrams. This one-page worksheet...

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#### Practice 1-3: Segments, Rays, Parallel Lines, and Planes

In this segment and ray worksheet, learners name parallel segments, identify skew lines, determine intersecting lines and planes through reading and interpreting diagrams. This one-page worksheet contains 21 problems.

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#### Lines, Line Segments, Rays, and Angles: Problem Solving

In this geometric terms worksheet, students solve the problems by finding geometric terms to describe the compass rose and the hands on the clock. Students then complete a reasoning and representing word problem about angles and lines.

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#### Points, Lines, and Rays

In this geometry worksheet, 5th graders practice naming lines and rays using symbols in the first 6 examples. They draw and label 3 figures using the given points and symbols. They complete 2 test prep questions based on the worksheet.

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#### Points, Lines, and Rays: Homework

In this points, lines, and rays learning exercise, 7th graders name each figure as a point, line, or ray. Students describe each pair of lines and use symbols. Students then draw a label the given figures with the given letters and...

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#### Points, Lines, Segments, Rays, and Angles

In this geometry learning exercise, 5th graders label the two figures shown. Worksheet reviews and provides examples of a point, parallel lines, angles, rays, line segments, and perpendicular lines.

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#### Classifying and Measuring Angles

In this angles worksheet, 10th graders solve and complete 17 different problems that include classifying and measuring various types of angles. First, they classify each angle as acute, right, straight, or obtuse. Then, students use a...

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#### Draw Lines, Line Segments, and Rays

In this lines, line segments, and rays learning exercise, 10th graders solve and complete 10 different problems that include lines, rays, and line segments. First, they define each term and identify the differences between all three....

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#### Angles in One-Degree Increments

In this angles worksheet, 10th graders solve 12 problems by identifying angles in one-degree increments. They identify and explain that an angle can be determined by using a point on each ray and the vertex of the angle. Students then...

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#### What's The Idea?

Sixth graders explore line segments, rays, parallel, perpendicular and intersecting lines. The teacher discusses, with the class, real life items that represent each geometric idea studied. They use cotton balls, strings and popsicle...

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#### Lines, Rays, Line Segments, and Planes

Students are introduced to lines, rays, line segments and planes. They explore the differences between lines, rays, line segments and planes. Students pracice graphing lines, rays, line segments and planes.

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#### Lines, Rays, and Angles

Third graders read "Pigs on the Ball" by Amy Axelrod and discuss the geometry concepts presented in the book. They use Twizzler sticks and pipe cleaners to represent lines, rays and angles.

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#### Rays and Angles

Learners view examples of a ray, opposite rays, collinear rays, angles, and straight angles. They discuss and demonstrate how to use a protractor and complete worksheet problems on rays and angles.

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#### Line, Line Segments and Rays

In this geometry worksheet, learners identify items as either lines, line segments or rays by checking the appropriate box beneath each figure.

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#### Basic Geometry Ideas and Angle Measurement

Seventh graders explore the concept of basic geometry. In this basic geometry lesson, 7th graders identify the correct picture for a given vocabulary word such as midpoint, line, ray, or parallel lines. Students discuss examples of...

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#### Identifying Figures

In this identifying figures worksheet, students match 10 figures to the correct vocabulary terms that include lines, angles, shapes, and segments.

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#### Which Way Do I Go? (Identifying Angles)

Fifth graders practice the concepts related to finding and identifying different angles. There are examples included in the instructional activity that are useful for the teacher to deliver the instructional activity.

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#### Lines, Rays, Line Segments, and Planes

Pupils are introduced to lines, rays, line segments and planes and study the differences between them. They also practice graphing lines, rays, line segments and planes