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 0000 Geometry By Grade Level 0000
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.

 Steven's Shape GameRemember, a square is a kind of rectangle. Measurement AMeasure objects to the inch and half inch without moving the ruler. Items placed at 0" mark. Measurement 1Measure objects to the inch and half inch by moving the ruler.

 Measurement 2Measure item to the quarter of an inch.

 Geometry 1Basic two dimensional shapes and properties. Geometry 2Work with terms like hexagon, square pyramid, rectangular prism. Geometry 3Work with terms like polygon, right angle, faces, sphere, parallel, segment, etc... Measurement 3Measure item to the eighth of an inch.
 Perimeter 1Calculate area of figures with integer sides. Perimeter 2Calculate area, with emphasis on process and thinking algebraically. Perimeter 3Emphasis on thinking algebraically. Types of Angles 1Tell if an angle's measure is less than or greater than a right angle.
 Area 1Calculate area of rectangles using the length x width model. Area 2Calculate the area of a figure by counting whole & half units. Polygon NamesIdentify polygons by attributes such as the number of sides Irregular PolygonsIdentify irregular polygons by various attributes.
 Types of Triangles 1Determine whether a triangle is equilateral, scalene, right, isosceles, etc... Types of Triangles 2Determine whether a triangle is equilateral, scalene, right, isosceles, etc...

 CongruencyIdentify congruent figures. SymmetryIdentify figures with a line of symmetry. Area 3Determine the area of figures that can be divided into easy to calculate parts. Area Using RulerDetermine the area of figures using a ruler on the screen.
 Measurement 4Measure to the nearest sixteenth of an inch. Measurement 5Measure to the nearest centimeter. Measurement 6Measure to the nearest millimeter. Measurement 7Measure without the ability to move the ruler. Items originate ate random points.
 Finding the Perimeter Using a Ruler 1Use a ruler to find side lengths & add them. Finding the Perimeter Using a Ruler 2Use a ruler to find side lengths & add them. Finding the Area of Triangles Using a Ruler 2Use 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 2Use a ruler to find the length & height and then apply the formula 1/2b x h = Area(sq).