Identifying Polygons. Regular, Irregular, Concave, Convex and Complex polygons.

Lauren Emery

These anchor charts cover a variety of angles and triangles, with both pictures and definitions. They explain why angles are measured in degrees, and identifies the parts of an angle. Triangles are explained in a similar way. A great reference to laminate and post for your students on your math wall when teaching this unit.

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Class Around The Corner

Family nights are a great way to bring in the community. Get your parents involved in learning about the things your kids are working on every day! Here is the process I follow when I plan a family night for any content area (literacy, math, etc.)

Buzzing with Ms. B

Hilarious Math Jokes for kids More

Michael Friermood

Mondrian Style Fibonacci Art project for kids- art and math combo for hands-on STEM / STEAM via @karyntripp

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