
Basic two dimensional shapes and properties.  Work with terms like hexagon, square pyramid, rectangular prism.  Work with terms like polygon, right angle, faces, sphere, parallel, segment, etc...  Striking Examples of Geometry in Architecture  
Basic polygons.  Features of polygons.  Features of irregular polygons.  An Interactive Geometry Overview Lesson (Fun!)  
Basic concepts of parallelograms.  Basic concepts of parallelograms.  Basic concepts of parallelograms.  A quiz based on parts of the 'Magic Circle' Lesson (above)  
Use the formula length x width = Area.  Finding area with whole and half units.  Finding the area of complex polygons.  Finding the area of more complex polygons.  
Use the formula base x height = Area.  Use the formula base x height = Area.  Use the formula 1/2 base x height = Area.  Use the formula 1/2 base x height = Area.  
Calculate area of figures with integer sides.  Calculate area, with emphasis on process and thinking algebraically.  More challenging with an emphasis on thinking algebraically.  
Refer to rulers to find side lengths & add them.  Refer to rulers to find side lengths & add them.  Refer to rulers to find the area of a rectangle. 
Use the formula L x W x H = V(cubic units).  Use the formula L x W x H = V(cubic units).  
Measure to the nearest inch, half inch, and quarter inch.  Measure to the nearest inch, half inch, and quarter inch.  Measure to the nearest whole, half, quarter, and eighth inch.  Measure to the nearest sixteenth inch.  
Measure to the nearest centimeter & exact millimeter.  Measure & compare with centimeters & millimeters.  Measure with fractions of inches, cm & mm, w/ ruler misplaced.  Enter measured values for cm, mm, & inches.  




Measure to the nearest centimeter & exact millimeter.  Student recognizes the labeled division of an inch.  Student relies less on the labeling of an inch.  Practice moving the ruler in this activity.  
Determine whether a triangle is equilateral, scalene, right, isosceles, etc...  Determine whether a triangle is equilateral, scalene, right, isosceles, etc... 
Estimate the degree measure of an angle using a neighboring protractor as a reference.  Estimate the degree measure of an angle using a neighboring protractor as a reference.  Estimate, by entering a value, the degree measure of an angle, within 10 degrees, using a neighboring protractor as a reference.  
Identify angles as acute, obtuse, right, straight using a protractor as reference.  Identify angles as acute, obtuse, right, straight w/ & w/o a protractor as reference.  Identify angles as acute, obtuse, right, straight w/o using a protractor as reference.  Identify angles as acute, obtuse, right, straight w/o using a protractor as reference.  
Identify congruent figures.  Identify figures with a line of symmetry.  Determine the area of figures using a ruler on the screen.  
Find the degree measure of an angle.  Find the degree measure of an angle.  Find the degree measure of an angle.  Find the degree measure of an angle.  
Calculate the measure of a triangle's missing angle based on the number 180.  Calculate the measure of a triangle's missing angle based on the number 180.  Calculate the measure of a quadrilateral's missing angle based on the number 360.  
Finding Complements & Supplements to given angles.  Finding Complements & Supplements to given angles.  