Turn geometry lessons into creative opportunities for students to learn while they build, manipulate and create. I found three cool resources for hands-on geometry activities that you might like to add to workstations, your classroom project roster, or enrichment lessons.
- Miss Calculate posted this geometry sort on her blog, which helped her students work with triangles, bisectors, medians, etc. I'm a big fan of sorting! She asked her students to take their cards and sort them into piles. Later, after they came up with a different number of piles, she explained that they should have five piles. She then had them place their cards under the correct labels. Geometry lesson with no paper and pencil required!