Great hands-on activities for middle-school students to introduce and reinforce concepts in geometry. Fifteen activities progress from identifying shapes in pictures and determining which shape occurs most frequently to finding the area of irregular shapes. The hands-on materials include crayons, scissors, plasticine, mirrors, cardboard, and graph paper. Solutions and hints are provided for several of the activities. Help your students visualize geometric functions by letting them get their hands involved.
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