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Use these practice activities to help you master your Geometry Skills!!
Teachers & Parents: It is recommended that students complete and master each activity with an A or A+ before moving on to the next one.
Each activity is only pictured once, so to access easier versions of a skill, look in the previous grades.
Once you master your grade level activities, challenge yourself to master the activities above your grade level!


First Grade Geometry
Steven's Shape Game
Remember, a square is a kind of rectangle.

Measurement A
Measure objects to the inch and half inch without moving the ruler. Items placed at 0" mark.
Measurement 1
Measure objects to the inch and half inch by moving the ruler.



Second Grade Geometry
Measurement 2
Measure item to the quarter of an inch.


Third Grade Geometry
Geometry 1
Basic two dimensional shapes and properties.


Geometry 2
Work with terms like hexagon, square pyramid, rectangular prism.

Geometry 3
Work with terms like polygon, right angle, faces, sphere, parallel, segment, etc...

Measurement 3
Measure item to the eighth of an inch.


Perimeter 1
Calculate area of figures with integer sides.


Perimeter 2
Calculate area, with emphasis on process and thinking algebraically.

Perimeter 3
Emphasis on thinking algebraically.


Types of Angles 1
Tell if an angle's measure is less than or greater than a right angle.


Area 1
Calculate area of rectangles using the length x width model.

Area 2
Calculate the area of a figure by counting whole & half units.

Polygon Names
Identify polygons by attributes such as the number of sides

Irregular Polygons
Identify irregular polygons by various attributes.

Types of Triangles 1
Determine whether a triangle is equilateral, scalene, right, isosceles, etc...

Types of Triangles 2
Determine whether a triangle is equilateral, scalene, right, isosceles, etc...



Fourth Grade Geometry
Congruency
Identify congruent figures.



Symmetry
Identify figures with a line of symmetry.


Area 3
Determine the area of figures that can be divided into easy to calculate parts.

Area Using Ruler
Determine the area of figures using a ruler on the screen.


Measurement 4
Measure to the nearest sixteenth of an inch.


Measurement 5
Measure to the nearest centimeter.



Measurement 6
Measure to the nearest millimeter.



Measurement 7
Measure without the ability to move the ruler. Items originate ate random points.

Finding the Perimeter Using a Ruler 1
Use a ruler to find side lengths & add them.


Finding the Perimeter Using a Ruler 2
Use a ruler to find side lengths & add them.


Finding the Area of Triangles Using a Ruler 2
Use a ruler to find the length & height and then apply the formula 1/2b x h = Area(sq).

Finding the Area of Triangles Using a Ruler 2
Use a ruler to find the length & height and then apply the formula 1/2b x h = Area(sq).



Fifth Grade Geometry
Measurement 8
Combine the measures of two
objects to the nearest half,
quarter, eighth, and sixteenth inch.

Measurement 9
Convert the standard measure to decimals, using a conversion chart.


Area of Parallelograms 1
Use the proper formula to calculate the area of parallelograms.


Area of Parallelograms 2
Use the proper formula to calculate the area of parallelograms.


Protractor 1
Find the degree measure of an angle.
Protractor 2
Find the degree measure of an angle.
Protractor 3
Find the degree measure of an angle.
Protractor 4
Find the degree measure of an angle.
Protractor 5
Find the degree measure of an angle.



Estimating Angles 1
Estimate the degree measure of an angle using a neighboring protractor as a reference.


Estimating Angles 2
Estimate the degree measure of an angle using a neighboring protractor as a reference.


Estimating Angles 3
Estimate, by entering a value, the degree measure of an angle, within 10 degrees, using a neighboring protractor as a reference.
Name the Angle 1
Identify angles as acute, obtuse, right, straight using a protractor as reference.

Name the Angle 2
Identify angles as acute, obtuse, right, straight using a protractor as reference.

Name the Angle 3
Identify angles as acute, obtuse, right, straight using a protractor as reference.

Parallelograms 1
Identify the attributes of parallelgrams.

Parallelograms 2
Identify the attributes of parallelgrams.

Parallelograms 3
Identify the attributes of parallelgrams.

A Triangle's Missing Angle 1
Calculate the measure of a triangle's missing angle based on the number 180.

A Triangle's Missing Angle 2
Calculate the measure of a triangle's missing angle based on the number 180.

A Quadrilateral's Missing Angle 1
Calculate the measure of a quadrilateral's missing angle based on the number 360.

Magic Circle Activity
Learn the amazing figures a circle can transform into by folding a circle into them.



Sixth Grade Geometry
Volume 1
Use the formula L x W x H = V(cubic units).
Volume 2
Use the formula L x W x H = V(cubic units).
Types of Angles 3
Finding Complements & Supplements to given angles.
Types of Angles 4
Finding Complements & Supplements to given angles.


Seventh Grade Geometry