# Explore Maths Resources, Math Strategies and more!

Angles instruction, memory strategies and activities Power Point

Math Talk Moves Poster - Math Solutions Books & Resources Store - could be adapted for other topics

Teaching instructional strategies and multisensory learning ideas from Dr. Erica Warren at Good Sensory Learning

Warren offers a free video that presents multisensory ways to instruct students about lines and angles.

Math Teacher Cartoons and Comics

complimentary angles (this is a great way to help students remember complementary angles)

Had to pin this! My geometry teacher did this to help as remember the meaning of acute angles and I did it when I was teaching too! (Hanging in my classroom now; wait till the kiddos see it tomorrow :)

Mues This FREE Geometry BINGO game set has a pirate theme to capture students' interest and enthusiasm while reinforcing basic geometry vocabulary.

i Teach With Technology: Measuring Angles

LOL FREE Parallel Lines Poster Cards - Print these humorous parallel lines cards for Valentine's Day or hand them out as mini-posters at any time of the year! I add candy sticks or pencils to the parallel lines to make a fun, math-y Valentine's Day card!

Use fast food boxes to make a giant keyboard for the tech lab. If I have to do keyboarding class and have the space, this will be a must! The regular keyboard posters are still too small and this is just Beautiful!

Aligned to TEKS and Common Core State Standards and In this lesson students will be introduced to the complementary and supplementary angles. In the Flippable they will identify what each type of angle is as well as use a protractor

Geometry: You will receive 6 free task cards focusing on geometry angles. Students are given an angle image and must find the missing angle.

Transformation Style - A math parody of Gangnam Style - teaches transformations

Posters on angles and worksheets.

Pin 2 is an activity were students make certain shapes listed on the worksheet with cheez-its. The students draw the shape on a piece of paper. The students then find the perimeter and area of the shape they made out of cheez-its.