AREA OF TRIANGLES USING GEOBOARDS from jamesrahn on TeachersNotebook.com - (8 pages) - This activity will lead students through constructing triangles and rectangles that are related to each other to determine a method for finding the area of a triangle.
Tons of freebies on this site and video intros as well....great place for coordinates, inequalities, and integers
Please try this FREE set as an introduction to my wide variety of printable Multi-Match game cards. With these cards, students match triangles shown on grids to the area, to calculation cards, or to another triangle with the same area (CCSS 6.G.1). This set is also available as part of a Grade 6 Games Bundle recently featured in th TpT newsletter. ~by Angie Seltzer
Area of Triangles: Measurement Maze Activity
This is a curios double sided foldable to teach students the formulas to find area squares, rectangles, triangles, parallelograms, trapezoids, rhombuses and kites. It includes notes for teachers. Great for INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS!
There's not a better way to understand the power and importance of a community than taking part in creating one yourself. Towns and cities around the world are filled with incredibly diverse neighborhood blocks --so why don't we let the students design their own? By incorporating geometry, writing, and organizational design skills students can do just that, build their own city block. Building My Block is a project based learning -PBL- activity that asks students to design their own block…
Some of the best houses having been created in the trees. Treehouse Construction is a project based learning activity that asks students to design to design and build a 3D version of their dream treehouse. Students can design a single room treehouse or create a multileveled mansion in the trees. This includes extra resource pages for story writing, math skills (geometry), and can be used in conjunction with many other subjects.