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#### Traveling Networks

Show your class the path to understanding graph theory. Scholars learn about basic graph theory using an activity based on the Bridges of Konigberg problem. They draw networks on the playground and decide whether it is possible to travel...

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#### Edges, Faces, Vertices

Take the edge off of learning about solids. A short video explains how to count the number of edges, faces, and vertices of three-dimensional figures. It works through several examples, including a cube, a square pyramid, a triangular...

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#### Geometry 3D Shapes: Platonic Solids

From polyhedrons to platonic solids, here is a lesson that will have your classes talking! As an introduction to platonic solids, scholars cut and fold nets to create the three-dimensional solids. They use an interactive component to...

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#### Prisms: Lesson

Set the bases of a conversation on prisms. The segment of a playlist on geometry introduces prisms and their parts. After visualizing prisms, the video discusses how to find the surface area and volume of prisms.

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#### Polyhedrons: Lesson

Imagine a poly-what? With the aid of pictures, the segment of an extensive geometry playlist introduces specific polyhedrons and their parts. The presentation uses Euler's Theorem to explain the relationship between the number of faces,...

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#### How the Königsberg Bridge Problem Changed Mathematics

There is one bridge too many. A video presents the history of the Konigsberg Bridge problem. To solve the problem, Euler invented a new branch of mathematics—and graph theory was born. Using this new branch of mathematics, mathematicians...

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#### Graph Creator

Discover the right path to learn about graph theory. Scholars use an interactive to create graphs by placing vertices and edges. They determine if their graphs have Euler or Hamiltonian paths.

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#### Proving Pick's Theorem

Pick up a resource on Pick's Theorem. Individuals watch a video explaining how to find the area of a polygon drawn on a lattice using Pick's Theorem. The film also shows a proof of the theorem using the Euler characteristic and algebra.

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#### Cutting a Cube

Teach the ins and outs of the cube! A series of five K–12 level activities explore the make-up of the cube. The beginning lessons focus on the vocabulary related to the cube. Later lessons explore the possible nets that describe a cube....

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#### Red Dots, Blue Dots

Count the connections between dots. Young mathematicians come up with a method to determine the number of connections between pairs of dots. The assessment leads the class to determine the connections they can make when groups are...

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#### Nets of Pyramids

An instructional video shows how to create nets for different types of pyramids. The instructor demonstrates the variation in the net as the type of base changes.

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#### Algorithms Detour - Minimum Spanning Tree

This optional lesson introduces the class to the idea of a minimum spanning tree. The activity focuses on determining an algorithm that will find the most efficient path in a network to transfer data.

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#### Assessment For The California Mathematics Standards Grade 4

Have scholars show what they know with a 20-page assessment aligned to the California State Standards. The test covers concepts such as large and whole numbers, all four mathematical operations, fractions, decimals, geometric figures,...

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#### Unit 6 Math Vocabulary Cards (Grade 5)

Acute angles, nets, and vertices are only a few terms that a set of flash cards includes. Among the 108 cards, two types are available; word cards printed in bold-faced lettering, and corresponding definition cards equipped with an...

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#### Unit 3 Math Vocabulary Cards (Grade 2)

Angles, line of symmetry, and spheres, are just a few of the many terms that make up a set of 28 flash cards designed to reinforce math vocabulary instruction. Cards feature boldly typed words and corresponding pictures with labels.

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#### Unit 3 Math Vocabulary Cards (Grade 1)

Reinforce math vocabulary with a set of flashcards. Each card showcases a boldly typed word or a picture representation with labels. The topics are geometry related and include terms such as cones, faces, pyramids, sides, and more!

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#### 3-D Shapes

Young mathematicians look at five 3-D shapes and name them based on the accompanying image. For each shape, learners state the number of faces, vertices, and edges.

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#### Study Jams! Edges, Faces, Vertices

Before determining the classification of a three-dimensional shape, you need to know about the characteristics of a vertex, edge, and face. Go step-by-step using a prism, and discover what each aspect refers to and how it applies to...

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#### I've Seen That Shape Before

The objectives in the resource allow students to explore the characteristics of simple solid shapes. Youngsters learn to recognize the face shapes, corners, and edges that make up 3-D figures by filling in a chart. Lastly, learners look...

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#### Arctic Shapes

In a two-part worksheet, young geometers examine 3-D shapes and describe their attributes in a table. They will be able to draw the shape and name the number of vertices, faces, and edges. In the second part, individuals explore nets of...

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#### Shapes

Investigate the properties of three-dimensional figures with this Arctic-themed math lesson. Beginning with a class discussion about different types of solid figures present in the classroom, young mathematicians are then given a...

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#### Classifying Three-Dimensional Shapes

Compare geometric solids based on their properties. Your emergent geometers use spaghetti and marshmallows to build models so they can examine the number of faces, edges, and vertices on polyhedra of their own creation. Resource includes...

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#### Revise Properties of 3-D Shapes

In this properties of 3-D shapes learning exercise, students identify shape, faces, edges, vertices, and right angles. In this fill in the blank learning exercise, students answer thirty-six problems.

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#### Plane Shapes and Solid Shapes

The class is introduced to plane figures and solid shapes. They learn to recognize the characteristics of two and three dimensional shapes by working with cut outs of plane shapes and by touching solid objects. They explore what it means...

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#### Geometric Shapes and Figures

Are your mathematicians figuring out the difference between shapes and figures? Using a simple, visual identification worksheet, students analyze 2 shapes and 2 figures, answering 4 questions about each. Learners determine their...

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#### Fiddling with Fiddlers

First and second graders use a set of manipulative to model counting numbers one to ten and explore the concepts of even and odd. Then they use the manipulative to review and practice addition and subtraction number facts.

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#### Shapes are Everywhere

Multiple strategies in this lesson plan will enhance learners' knowledge of shapes. First, they will work in pairs to guess and explain a solid shape using math terms. Then, the class will observe a photograph of a large city and...

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#### Complex Networks and Graphs

Show your class how engineers use graphs to understand large and complex systems. The resource provides the beginnings of graph theory by introducing the class to set theory, graphs, and degree distributions of a graph.

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#### Values of Geometrical Shapes: How Many?

Practice analyzing shapes using this shape breakdown worksheet. Your scholars examine 2 shapes and 2 figures, identifying the number of faces, vertices, edges, and sides each has. The instructions remind students that an answer of "0" is...

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#### NUMB3RS Activity: The Konigsberg Bridge Problem

High schoolers explore the concept of graph theory. In this graph theory lesson, students discuss a problem on a NUMB3RS episode about the 7 bridges of Konigsberg. High schoolers discuss and apply Euler's two theorems on graph theory...

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#### 3-D Attributes

Students explore geometric solids. In this geometry lesson, students listen to the book The Greedy Triangle by Marilyn Burns, then work in groups to sort geometric solids into various categories. Students define geometric solids...

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#### Practice Exam Part 1: Vocabulary

In this geometry worksheet, students practice constructing a variety of graphs with various degrees of vertices. Students determine whether 12 graphs have an Euler circuit or path.

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#### Platonic Solids

Tenth graders explore Platonic solids. For this geometry lesson, 10th graders investigate the five Platonic solids: tetrahedron, cube, octahedron, dodecahedron, and icosahedron. Students predict the number of edges, vertices's, and...

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#### Attributes of Shapes

Second graders examine the attributes of shapes. In this shape lesson plan, 2nd graders examine the faces, edges, and vertices of shape. They name shapes using given attributes that given on "Secret Attributes" cards.

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#### Prisms

In this prism worksheet, students identify and name prisms and justify their answers. Students find the length of a diagonal of right rectangular prisms. This three-page worksheet contains examples, explanations, and 19 problems. Answers...

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#### Solid Figures problem solving 17.1

In this identifying solid figures word problems worksheet, students apply bases, faces, edges, and vertices information, cylinders and spheres, cubes and rectangular prisms, to recognize the identity of solid figures. Students answer...

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#### Solid Figures and Nets

In this geometry instructional activity, 4th graders name the solid figures that objects look like in the first 3 questions. They name the solid figure that each of 3 nets would make. They complete a table with the number of faces,...

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#### Activity: Solid Shapes Practice 7.4

For this solid shapes worksheet, students use solid shapes to complete a table writing the number of faces, edges, and corners of each solid figure. Students write ten answers.

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#### Bridge to Algebra

In this geometric figures worksheet, students solve and complete 24 different problems that include determining various shapes and figures. First, they write the name that best describes each figure found in the right column. Then,...

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#### Visualize 3-D Objects and Make Nets of Common Solids

Prisms are the focus of this geometry worksheet. Students count the number of parts of a prism and chart 26 answers. Vocabulary such as: "faces," "edges," and "verticies" are taught. A well-designed math worksheet!

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#### Geometry

In this rectangles and shapes worksheet, students complete a variety of exercises including counting the number of faces on a solid object, coloring solids to match nets and coloring plane shapes. Students check their answers online as...

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#### Three Dimensional Figures

In this geometry worksheet, students study diagrams with labels of common geometric figures. Students then answer 24 questions. Then they draw and label their own figures.

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#### Classifying Solids

For this geometry worksheet, students write the name of the shape, and identify the number of vertices, edges, and faces for 6 e-dimensional shapes. Students draw 3 shapes, and classify groups of pictures.

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#### Examining Geometric Solids

Students explore geometry by completing a math worksheet in class. In this shape identification lesson plan, students identify the characteristics associated with 15 solid geometric shapes. Students identify patterns between vertices,...

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#### The Quadratic Koch Snowflake

In this Quadratic Koch worksheet, learners fill out a chart about the edges, edge length, total length, and different areas of a snowflake. Students do this for 8 snowflakes.

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#### The Rice Krispies Box Problem

In this Rice Krispies worksheet, students examine the paths an ant can take across the outside of a box. They compute the length of the path. This one-page worksheet contains one problem. The answer is provided.

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#### Wildlife Habitat

Students examine habitats and describe their elements. In this wildlife habitat lesson plan students study the factors that affect habitat and write a short report.

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#### Shape All Around

Students investigate solid shapes. For this geometry lesson, students take pictures of solid shapes and classify their pictures according to the vocabulary terms: edge, face and vertex. Students present their findings to the class.

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#### I've Seen That Shape Before

Students identify geometric solids. In this shape lesson, students explore the characteristics of geometric solids. They locate pictures of shapes on the internet, and identify the shapes. Students draw pictures of shapes, take...

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#### Identifying Faces, Edges, and Vertices

Fourth graders examine faces, edges, and vertices. In this geometry lesson plan, 4th graders participate in classroom activities that require them to compare geometric shapes, figures, and models.

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#### Faces, edges, and vertices

In this faces, edges, and vertices worksheet, learners write how many faces, edges, and vertices each shape has. Students complete this for 2 plane shapes and 2 2D shapes.

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#### Finding Patterns in Pyramids and Prisms

In this finding patterns in pyramids and prisms worksheet, 4th graders use two tables showing faces, edges and vertices for pyramids and prisms to answer six questions about the patterns.

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#### Determining Faces, Edges and Vertices #3

In this geometry instructional activity, students look at a set of figures and determine the amount of faces, vertices and edges of each, then name each figure. A reference web site is given for additional activities.

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#### Shapes: Sides, Edges, Faces and Vertices

In this shapes activity, students write how many sides, faces, edges and vertices are found on given shapes, 4 total. A reference web site is given for additional activities.

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#### Identifying Solids

In this identifying solids worksheet, students complete a chart of faces, edges and vertices for four geometric solids, then identify which solid is seen in three pictures.

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#### Three-Dimensional Similarity

Tenth graders explore the concept of 3-D similarity of polygons. In this 3-D similarity of polygons lesson, 10th graders measure the lengths, widths, and heights of two boxes that students consider to be similar. Students work in...

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#### Graph Theory

Learners explore the concept of graph theory. In this graph theory lesson, students participate in hands-on activities that enforce graph theory. Learners manipulate graph applets on the internet. Students create a graphical model of...

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#### Math Through Language

In this math instructional activity, students complete two pages of exercises focusing on math language. Kids sort cookie cutters according to straight or curved edges. Students cut out pictures of 12 children and figure out a way to...

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#### Exploring Geometric Solids

In this geometric solids worksheet, students identify given polyhedrons. They determine the number of sides, faces, vertices, and edges. This one-page worksheet contains approximately 20 problems. Three problems require the student to...

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#### Faces, Edges and Vertices

In this faces/edges/vertices worksheet, students circle shapes that match the number of faces, edges and vertices given. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.

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#### Solid Figures

For this solid figures worksheet, students review terminology and then draw nets for the solid figures pictured or identify the solid figure each net represents.

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#### Solid Figures: Practice

In this solid figures worksheet, students name six different solid figures and write the number of faces, vertices, and edges. Students end the worksheet with completing two story problems.

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#### Solid Figures: Reteach

In this solid figures worksheet, students discuss the definitions of prism, pyramid, face, vertex and edge. Students complete four problems where they are to look at a figure and write down the number of faces, vertices, and edges.

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#### Solid Figures homework 17.1

In this identifying solid figures worksheet, students name each solid figure, write the number of faces, vertices, and edges, and solve a word problem. Students solve seven problems.

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#### Properties of 3-D Shapes

In this properties of 3-D shapes worksheet, students fill in a chart that describes 5 shapes such as a cube, a rectangular prism, and a cylinder. They tell if the shape is a prism, and how many faces, edges, and vertices it has.

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#### Faces, Vertices, and Edges

In this dimension identification worksheet, students test their knowledge on faces, vertices, and edges. The worksheet has helpful diagrams to assist students.

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#### Mathematics of Image Processing

In this mathematics of image processing worksheet, students solve 10 various types of problems related to image processing on a computer. They type in all the commands listed and figure out what is going on. Then, students determine the...

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#### 2D Polygons and 3D Nets

Learners compare and contrast two dimensional polygons and three dimentional nets by examining the differences in drawings. They create three dimensional shapes and label the faces, edges, and vertices. After creating the shapes, they...

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#### Polyhedra

Seventh graders explore the characteristics of three-dimensional figures. They compare the nets of figures. Students describe the relationship between the nets draw and the solid. They identify the vertices, edges and faces of the...

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#### Three-Dimensional Figures

Sixth graders explore three-dimensional objects. Using various objects found in the classroom, they identify faces, edges, and vertices of objects. Students create their own objects. They describe the polydron, telling the faces,...

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#### Shapes with Sticks

Third graders investigate three dimensional shapes. They examine a variety of shapes and the relationship between the number of faces, edges, and vertices. Students determine Euler's formula and they create a variety of three dimensional...

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#### Break It Down!

Students explore the everyday implications of system failure. They are challenged to identify the causes of system failure.

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#### How Many Sides, Faces, Vertices and Edges?

In this geometry worksheet, students determine the number of sides, faces, edges and vertices of given figures. A reference web site is given for additional activities.

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#### Determining Sides, Faces, Edges and Vertices

In this sides, faces, vertices and edges worksheet, students determine the number of each shown in given shapes. A reference web site is given for additional activities.

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#### How Many? Sides, Faces, Vertices and Edges

In this geometry worksheet, students look at a set of shapes, determining how many sides, faces, vertices and edges they have. A reference web site is given for additional activities.

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#### Shapes: Faces, Vertices and Edges

In this shapes worksheet, students determine the number of faces, vertices and edges of given shapes, then name the shape. ï»¿A reference web site is given for additional activities.

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#### 3D Shape Properties: Faces, Edges, Corners

In this math worksheet, students describe the properties of various 3D shapes. Students tell about faces, edges and corners and name the geometric figures.

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#### Our Tangible World is Full of Dimensions

Sixth graders explore characteristics of two and three-dimensional figures. They observe the teacher demonstrate the faces, edges, vertices and names of specific figures. In groups, 6th graders examine and describe given figures. ...

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#### Three-Dimensional Figures

Sixth graders explore three-dimensional objects. In groups, they create and decorate their own polyhedron design. After identifying the faces, vertices, and edges of the polyhedron, 6th graders determine a relationship between the...