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Start with paper that is 11x17 so you have enough room. We folded our paper into 8 equal sections (fold in half 3 times to achieve 8 boxes). In each box they formed an angle and glued the popsicle sticks in place. Then they labelled the angles in degrees (For example: 90, 180) Finally they labelled the box with a heading of which angle it was.

Basic Geometry Vocabulary Card Games

What's Your Angle, Pythagoras? A Math Adventure by Julie Ellis, http://www.amazon.com/dp/1570911509/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_5.D4rb118HP78

Geometry Scavenger Hunt

This is a simple review activity for teaching lines and angles. Take a walk around your school and look for geometry! Or have students do this at home for a great family involvement activity. You are purchasing one page--a chart of 16 geometry terms with spaces for students to write down real-life examples that they find.You may also have students take pictures of what they find and create a slideshow!

Geometry Slide Show for Grades 3 and 4 - Angles, 2D Shapes, 3D Shapes, Etc

This zipped file contains a GEOMETRY POWERPOINT SLIDE SHOW for grades 3-4. The 77 slides are a combination of teaching (lecture style) and interactive slides