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Math Skills Practice Workbook has been designed to review and practice 4th and 5th grade skills. Includes 186 problems, 10 student worksheets + answer keys!

See description below for the list of included skills!

• \$1.50

Help students learn and remember the difference between regular and irregular shapes by displaying this classroom poster!

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In geometry, students need to be able to identify a variety of irregular shapes! Here are 10 worksheets for students to practice identifying the following shapes:

• – pentagon
• – hexagon
• – nonagon
• – heptagon
• – octagon
• – decagon

• \$2.00

6 colorful classroom posters showing 3D shapes

Shapes include: cone, pyramid, cube, prism, cylinder, sphere

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Measuring Angles 3 Geometry Worksheets

Worksheet #1: Students will use a protractor to measure angles on given pictures
Worksheet #2: Students will be asked to create bisecting angles
Worksheet #3: Students will be asked to draw given angles using a protractor.

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Here are 3 colorful “Geometry Gem” posters to display in your classroom or to place in a math, learning center as a reference.
See description below for a list of what is included!
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This resource, Types of Angles – Classroom Poster Set, includes 4 posters for your Math classroom…

1. Obtuse Angle
2. Acute Angle
3. Straight Angle
4. Right Angle

Print and for years of use, laminate!

• \$1.25

Here are three Math Polygon Family Tree posters to display on a bulletin board or you your Math centers. These will be a great visual addition to help introduce the relationships between shapes and shape vocabulary.

Included:

• Poster #1 Polygons will show: triangle pentagon, heptagon, quadrilateral, hexagon, octagon,
• Poster #2 Triangles will show: acute (scalene, isosceles, equilateral), obtuse (scalene, isosceles), right (scalene, isosceles)
• Poster #3 Quadrilaterals will show parallelograms (rhombuses, rectangles, squares), non-parallelograms (trapezoids, trapeziums, kites)
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This geometry resource, Identifying Triangles by the Angles, contains a poster, 2 worksheets and an answer key.

See details in description below.

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Help students practice and reinforce their knowledge of identifying coordinate graph values with this fun exercise. Students will be given a map of Africa with several animals scattered throughout the graph. They will be asked to identify the coordinate value where each animal can be found!

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These two worksheets will ask student to identify the following shapes by picture and description: cube, cylinder, cuboid, cone, sphere

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This resource, Angles – Measuring and Naming, includes 5 student worksheets for your Math / Geometry lesson plans:

Worksheet #1: How Do We Measure Angles
Worksheet #2: Types of Angles
Worksheet #3-4: Right Angles
Worksheet #5: Obtuse & Acute Angles