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GEOMETRY
Shapes AREA of Shapes Slides, Flips, Turns
Symmetry Angles  

 

Shapes

Naming Shapes
Memory game online - match shapes and their names - from NumberNut.com
(EASY)

2-D Shape Quiz
Practice 2-dimensional shapes and their names - from NumberNut.com
(EASY)

2-D Shape Memory
Memory game online - from NumberNut.com
(EASY)

2-D Shape Memory
Memory game online - from NumberNut.com

3-D Shape Quiz
Practice 3-dimensional shapes and their names - from NumberNut.com

3-D Shapes Memory
Practice 3-dimensional shapes and their names - from NumberNut.com

Geometry Workshop
AWESOME practice from iknowthat.com

Shape Lab
Choose medium, hard or really hard (which won't be that hard for you!)
Fun game from BBC Bitesize for kids

RoboPacker
fun geometry game from Houghton Mifflin
 
Pete's Power Point Station: Geometry Free slideshows, websites and more! (COOL)
 

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AREA of Shapes
 
Shape Surveyor
Area and Perimeter game from FunBrain

Bucky's Blueprints
Real World geometry
 
Area Parallelograms
Virtual explorations from Illuminations

Area Trapezoids
Virtual explorations from Illuminations

Area Triangles
Virtual explorations from Illuminations

Circle Area
Virtual explorations from Illuminations

Geometric Solids
Let Illuminations help you learn about solid shapes in geometry
Shape Tool
from Illuminations
Isometric Drawing Tool
from Illuminations
 
  Visual Geometry
virtual manipulatives - AWESOME for homework help!
 
 
Pete's Power Point Station: Geometry Free slideshows, websites and more! (COOL)

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Symmetry

PPPST: Symmetry
Free slideshows, websites and more! (COOL)

Symmetry Lesson
Quick, online lesson from Links Learning

Symmetry Painting
Try the "hard" version, and see if you can use the grid to finish the drawing

Complete a Pattern
Choose beginner, intermediate, or expert and make the bottom half of the grid symmetrical to the top half

How many lines of Symmetry?

Symmetry Sort
Sort the shapes according to how many lines of symmetry they have

The Symmetrizer
Fun exploration game from Cyberchase (PBS Kids)

Reflective Symmetry in Shapes
Click around - there's lots to explore here!

Rotational Symmetry Exploration
Create your own design while you explore rotational symmetry

Symmetry
Minilesson to help you understand line and rotational symmetry in figures

Rotational Symmetry
Minilesson to help you understand rotational symmetry

Icy Slides, Flips, Turns
Rotational Symmetry
See if each symbol has rotational symmetry
(And explore the other symmetry links on this website - some cool learning activities online!)
Reflective Symmetry
See how many lines of reflective symmetry each letter of the alphabet has
(And explore the other symmetry links on this website - some cool learning activities online!)
Symmetry Activity
Online practice from Saxon Math

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Slides, Flips, Turns

Pete's Power Point Station: Geometry Free slideshows, websites and more! (COOL)

If The Key Fits
Tangrams/shapes - Practicing Slides, Flips and Turns

Post the Shapes
Slide, flip and turn the shapes to drop them in the holes in as little moves as possible
(It's a bit challenging - even for Mrs. Carney!!)
 
Shape Mods
Geometry game from mathplayground.com
 

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Angles

Angles Lesson
from BBC Schools

Angles Game
Squirt the dog with water by dragging the correct angle onto the screen

Angles Quiz
from BBC Schools

PPPST: Angles
Free slideshows, websites and more! (COOL)

Angles Games for Kids
from Wart Games

Turtle Pond
Guide the turtle to his pond using angle measurements

Toon U: Angles
Practice vocabulary (obtuse, right, acute, congruent) with this fun demo game from Toon University

Fruit Picker
Use some strategy to move the fruit picker by degree increments and collect all of the fruit

Alien Angles
fun game to practice estimating angles - from www.mathplayground.com

Anti-Homework Elementary
Estimating angle measures - fun math game from Mr. Nussbaum

Right, Acute and Obtuse Angles
Online practice from Saxon Math

What Kind of Triangle?
Online activity to practice equilateral, isosceles and scalene triangles from Saxon Math 5

Airmadillos
Practice angle recognition with this fun game from Mr. Nussbaum

Project T.R.I.G.
Projectile Motion game - practice angles and velocity with this fun game from www.mathplayground.com
 

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