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#### All vs. Only Some

For Teachers Pre-K - 2nd Standards
All shapes have certain defining attributes that set them apart from others. In order to understand this, young mathematicians look at examples and non-examples of triangles, rectangles, and squares, working as a whole class to create...
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#### Alike or Different Game

For Teachers K Standards
How are a circle and triangle alike? How are they different? These are the types of questions children will answer while playing this fun geometry game. Including a variety of conventional and unconventional shapes, this activity allows...
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#### Tile Patterns I: Octagons and Squares

For Teachers 7th - 9th Standards
This can be used as a critical thinking exercise in congruence or as a teaching tool when first introducing the concept. Four octagons are arranged in such a way that a square is formed in the middle. With this information, geometry...
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#### Counting Squares

For Teachers K - 2nd Standards
Challenge young mathematicians' understanding of squares with this geometry puzzle. The task is simple, identify as many squares as possible in a 3x3 array. Allow learners to work independently or in pairs as they search for squares,...
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#### Grandfather Tang's Story

For Teachers K - 2nd Standards
It's amazing the complex figures that can be made using only a few simple shapes. Following a class reading of the children's book Grandfather Tang's Story by Ann Tompert, young mathematicians use sets of tangrams to create models of the...
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#### How Do You Find Excluded Values?

For Teachers 8th - 11th
Teach excluded values with this video. Using a real example, a lecturer breaks down how to find the excluded values of a rational expression. She defines what an excluded value is and completes the problem, explaining each step along the...
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#### How Do You Rationalize a Denominator?

For Teachers 9th - 11th
This tutorial video will show you how to get rid of that radical in the denominator and rationalize your fraction! Great for in-class or at-home use, this video could be used to supplement a lesson or clarify radicals, rationalizing, and...
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#### What is a Square?

For Teachers K - 2nd
Add a global perspective to your next math lesson. This learners-created presentation shares things everyone needs to know when they are trying to determine if something is a square. She defines what a square is, provides real life...
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#### How Do You Rationalize a Denominator?

For Teachers 6th - 12th
This tutorial video will show you how to get rid of that radical in the denominator and rationalize your fraction! Great for in-class or at-home use, this video could be used to supplement a lesson or clarify radicals, rationalizing, and...
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#### How Was the Distance Formula Derived?

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Are you working on the distance formula? Derive the distance formula and help your learners by showing them the logic behind the distance formula. This practical video should help conceptual understanding and is appropriate for in-class...
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#### How Do You Find Excluded Values?

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Teach excluded values with this video. Using a real example, a lecturer breaks down how to find the excluded values of a rational expression. She defines what an excluded value is and completes the problem, explaining each step along the...
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#### What's the Power of a Quotient Rule?

For Teachers 6th - 12th
What's the definition of the power of a quotient rule? You have a fraction that has variables and exponents in the numerator and the denominator, and the whole thing is to a power. Oh my! Don't cry! You can do this. Once you see the rule...
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#### How Do You Find the Area of a Rectangle Whose Sides are Binomials?

For Teachers 6th - 12th
The teachers uses a diagram to set up her initial equation to reflect the changes being made to a garden plot. She has a good explanation of how she got her equation. Then she works through the steps to solve the equation.
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#### How Do You Square a Number?

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Multiply a number by itself and that is squaring a number. Simple as that, and, if it's an integer you have a perfect square.
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#### Naming Polygons

For Students 3rd - 4th Standards
What polygon is this? Young geometers categorize shapes by circling all the quadrilaterals in a set of figures. Next, they write the names of 10 polygons using a visual guide as reference. Review the guide together before they start if...
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#### Perimeters of Squares and Rectangles

For Teachers 2nd - 4th Standards
If you're looking for some perimeter practice problems for beginners, you've found them! Learners reference an example that takes them through the steps of finding the perimeter of a square or rectangle. Then, they complete nine on their...
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#### 2-Dimensional Shapes: Naming Shapes

For Students 1st - 3rd Standards
Get to know eight shapes by name: square, rectangle, triangle, pentagon, hexagon, and octagon. Young geometers write the correct name below each of these shapes, using a word bank for guidance. Then, they draw two of the shapes (hexagon...
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#### Naming 2-Dimensional Shapes

For Students 1st - 3rd
Inside each of these two-dimensional shapes, scholars identify the figure by writing its name. There is a word bank for them to work from, but some shape names are used multiple times. There are six identifiers they use: pentagon,...
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#### 2-Dimensional Shapes: Coloring Shapes

For Students K - 1st Standards
For beginners to color, number, and shape theory, this is a great way to solidify skills. They use a key at the top to determine which color (yellow, green, purple, or blue) to shade each shape (square, triangle, circle, and rectangle,...
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#### Highlights - Better Than Ever

For Students 2nd - 4th
In this sewing themed worksheet students will read a passage about patching a hole in a pair of jeans with where they need to read 21 sewing related words by looking at a picture next to each word.
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#### 2-Dimensional Shapes: Drawing Shapes

For Students 2nd - 3rd Standards
Some of the best practice with shape identification comes from drawing the figures first-hand. Young geometers draw nine two-dimensional shapes: rectangle, circle, square, pentagon, hexagon, octagon, triangle with three equal sides,...
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#### Areas of Rectangles and Squares

For Teachers 3rd - 4th Standards
Each of these rectangles and squares has the length and width given with units. Can scholars solve for the area? Designed for beginners to this skill, all of these are whole-number single-digit measurements. There is a detailed example...
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#### Area of Rectangles and Squares

For Teachers 3rd - 4th Standards
Find the area; scholars examine nine images of squares and rectangles with width, length, and units provided for each. They multiply double-digit numbers to find the area, writing it into the box provided. Because square units are...
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#### Match the Shapes

For Students Pre-K - K Standards
Which shape is the same? Young geometers match a triangle, circle, rectangle, and square to their identical counterparts, connecting them with a line from left to right. Then, they do the same thing with a set of four circular shapes,...