Sixth graders examine triangles in a figure. In this geometry lesson, 6th graders establish a method for counting triangles within a given figure. Students discover that the total number of triangles is the sum of all numbers counted.
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Area and Perimeter of Regular and Irregular Polygons
Extend young mathematicians' understanding of area with a geometry lesson on trapezoids. Building on their prior knowledge of rectangles and triangles, students learn how to calculate the area of trapezoids and other irregular...
3rd - 6th Math CCSS: Adaptable
New Review Isosceles Triangles on a Geoboard
How many isosceles triangles can you create on a seven-by-seven peg board? This is the task scholars attack in their collaborative groups. The problem prompts discussion on distance, slope, and the definition of isosceles triangles.
6th - 7th Math CCSS: Designed