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Geometry Teacher Resources

Discover our many geometry lesson plans, printables, activities, and quizzes. Your students are sure to benefit from our resources, no matter which grade you teach. You can study geometry in many different subjects, such as language arts and science, not just math. We have daily math warm-ups, graphic organizers, critical-thinking exercises, shapes to cut out, and more!

Printables for Grades K-2

Centimeter Graph Paper
Use Logical Reasoning (Gr. 2)
Isometric Dot Paper
Pattern Blocks
Centimeters and Meters (Gr. 2)
Tangram Art
Fraction Quilt Designs
More Popular Geometry Printables (K-2)

Printables for Grades 3-5

Centimeter Ruler, Inch Ruler, and Protractor
Protractor
Formulas for Perimeter, Area, and Volume
Fraction Strips
Puzzles and Games – The Toothpick Way
Coordinate Grids (Gr. 3)
Building Toothpick Bridges
More Popular Geometry Printables (3-5)

Printables for Grades 6-12

A Growing Snowflake
Coordinate Planes
Graphing in the Coordinate Plane II
Square Dot Paper
Building with Toothpicks and Marshmallows
Blank Number Lines
Rectangular Prism
More Popular Geometry Printables (6-12)

Lesson Plans for Grades K-5

Tessellations
Geometry, Color, and Piet Mondrian
Stained Glass Sun-Catchers
Is the Magic 8-Ball Really Magic?
Estimating Angles, Area, and Length

Lesson Plans for Grades 6-12

Discovering the Magical Pi
Designing a Quilt Pattern

Holiday & Seasons Resources

An Outdoor Night Lantern
Winter Geometry Bulletin Board
Presidents' Day Problems
First Grade Summer Math
Third Grade: Over the Break
Spider Search
Creating a One-Patch Quilt Design
More Holiday and Seasons Resources

Art & Geometry Connected

Calder Mobiles
Ratios
Shapes
Classical Architecture
Family Activities: Make a Shape Sculpture
Math Warm-Up 112 for Gr. 1 & 2: Measurement & Geometry
Garden Tool Shapes
More Geometry & Art Resources

Social Studies & Geometry Connected

Whispering Gallery
Eratosthenes
Plato and Five Regular Solids
What Pythagoras Said
A Fibonacci Search
Literature & Math: Follow the Line & Mondrian
Literature & Math: Madlenka & Zoom

Graphing Calculator Resources

TI-82/83 Calculating Statistics
Slide Rule
Calculators & Geometry Printable Book (9-12)
Graphing Calculator Grids
TI-81 Solving Equations
TI-81 Verifying Trigonometric Identities
TI-81 Simplifying and Editing Expressions
More Popular Calculator Exercises

More Resources for Math Teachers

Math Teacher Resources
Graphs & Charts – Teacher Resources
Measurement & Time Teacher Resources
Word Problems – Teacher Resources
Money – Resources for Teachers
Addition & Subtraction Teacher Resources
Decimals, Fractions, & Percentages – Teacher Resources
Estimation, Probability, & Statistics Resources for Teachers
Multiplication & Division Resources for Teachers

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Classroom Organization Tips
Did you resolve to get organized this year? Our Top 10 Classroom Organization Tips will help you get your classroom in shape for the months ahead, whether your existing system needs a tune-up or you're ready for a total overhaul.

February Calendar of Events
February is full of events that you can incorporate into your standard curriculum. Our Educators' Calendar outlines activities for each event, including: Chinese New Year (2/8), Mardi Gras (2/9), Valentine's Day (2/14), Presidents' Day (2/15), Eating Disorders Awareness Week (2/21-27), and Leap Day (2/29). Plus, celebrate Black History Month, Library Lovers' Month, National Heart Month all February long!

Black History Month
Black History Month (February) is here. Make sure you have the materials to help you teach this important topic, from historical figures (Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rosa Parks) and the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960's, to slavery and the Civil War, to racism, discrimination, and the Black Lives Matter movement in America today.

Videos
Interested in using different types of media in your classroom? We have a growing collection of videos, with related activities, for holidays and events, including: slavery & the Civil War, American History, U.S. Presidents, handwashing awareness, the Common Core, women's history, Memorial Day, the American Revolution, and the environment. Enjoy!

Coding & Computer Science
Introduce your students to basic coding and computer science! Our Top 5 Free Coding Tools for Kids, Top 5 Free Coding Tools for Teens, and Hour of Code resources make a great introduction to the computer science skills all students will benefit from.