# Geometric Terms

Task Cards that include 90 Geometric terms (vocabulary). Use these for a variety of purposes to reinforce key concepts with Geometry. Great for review and differentiation.This engaging activity for students will help review the following key vocabulary terms used in geometry.

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Students love this activity because they think it's a game, but it is really an effective tool for reviewing geometric terms, such as the different...

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Students are constantly confusing similar geometric terms. These activities put each geometric term in a real-world context. Students will read, ...

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This project asks students to create a dictionary with 25 geometric terms and 5 geometric formulas from a completed Geometry unit (unit NOT included). Students define the terms/formulas, rephrase each in their own words, and give a visual example of each.

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Here is a vocabulary review sheet for 4th graders studying geometric terms. I also included the worksheets that I used to teach an introduction to...

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SO Cute! Rather than use incorrect terms like "hamburger" and "hot dog", you should download this free original poem that can be used to emphasize actual geometrical terms like vertical, horizontal, and slanted.

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This presentation can be used to begin a unit on geometry, and then used again for a fun review. A definition of a geometric term is given and the next slide is an illustration of that term. Students can follow along and create their own vocabulary list at the beginning of a geometry unit, and then use the slides as a review game or quiz at the end of the unit.