My Geometry students loved this!  This Classifying Triangles card sort worksheet activity was the perfect activity for my Middle School Math & High School Geometry students to practice sorting triangles by their angle and side measurements.  Students had to figure out if the triangles with Equilateral, Isosceles, or Scalene.  Then they had to figure out if they were Equiangular, Right, Acute, or Obtuse Triangles.  I will definitely be doing this in our math interactive notebooks again!

Classifying Triangles Card Sort

My Geometry students loved this! This Classifying Triangles card sort worksheet activity was the perfect activity for my Middle School Math & High School Geometry students to practice sorting triangles by their angle and side measurements.

A brilliant video lesson designed for children to teach them about 'classification of triangles by angles'. This unique lesson will teach them about different types

A brilliant video lesson designed for children to teach them about \'classification of triangles by angles\'. This unique lesson will teach them about different types

Triangles don’t need to be tricky for your students!  This week, my class tackled classifying triangles and really enjoyed the whole process.  The recipe for success involved some triangle foldables, interactive notebooks, an easy-to-follow anchor chart, and some practice.   First, we added some mini triangle classification charts from my 2-Dimensional Foldables Packet to our …

Triangle Classification Made Easy

Talking Triangles has 5 guided practice worksheets that review  the classification of triangles by their angle and side measurements.  The 5 worksheets are leveled and progressively get more difficult.  The review portion of Talking Triangles includes six 2-sided           worksheets that review calculating the third angle of a triangle, and           classification of a triangle according to the measurements of angles   and sides.

Talking Triangles

Talking Triangles has 5 guided practice worksheets that review the classification of triangles by their angle and side measurements. The 5 worksheets are leveled and progressively get more difficult. The review portion of Talking Triangles includes six 2-sided worksheets that review calculating the third angle of a triangle, and classification of a triangle according to the measurements of angles and sides.

A great lesson and game on 'Triangles' for Grade 3. Kids can learn about equilateral, isosceles and scalene triangle, and hence expand their geometrical skills.

A great lesson and game on 'Triangles' for Grade Kids can learn about equilateral, isosceles and scalene triangle, and hence expand their geometrical skills.

Types of Triangles | SchoolTutoring.com

Triangles are polygons with 3 sides and 3 angles which always add up to Types of triangles may be classified by their sides, by their angles or by a combination of both sides and angles.

These 11 geometry memory games cover several Common Core standards (see above), plus some content not specifically mentioned in the standards. Polygons, solids (polyhedrons), quadrilaterals, triangles, and coordinate graphing are featured in these memory matching games. Students will practice identifying pictures and definitions of key geometry vocabulary and practice important classification concepts.

Geometry Games - Memory Matching (Grade 3-5)

I love the "Writing in Math" box to glue in the interactive notebook.

I love the "Writing in Math" box to glue in the interactive notebook. Great triangles lesson - good visual reminder and practical learning

This freebie includes eight printable cut-outs of quadrilaterals and two graphic organizers to build conceptual understanding for your students. Check out my other hands-on activities for classifying triangles:Hands-On Activities for Classifying Triangles ACCOUNTABLE TALK TEST PREPHOW TO USE THIS FREEBIE:Organize your students in groups  I want to generate discussions and accountable talk amongst my students with this activity.

This freebie includes eight printable cut-outs of quadrilaterals and two graphic organizers to build conceptual understanding for your students. Check out my other hands-on activities for classifying triangles: Hands-On Activities for

Classifying Triangles. Great idea to white out name and have students measure sides and angles to classify each.

Classifiying Triangles - diagram showing all 7 classifications using side length and angle measurements

Triangles don’t need to be tricky for your students!  This week, my class tackled classifying triangles and really enjoyed the whole process.  The recipe for success involved some triangle foldables, interactive notebooks, an easy-to-follow anchor chart, and some practice.   First, we added some mini triangle classification charts from my 2-Dimensional Foldables Packet to our …

Triangle Classification Made Easy

Triangle Classification with a few theorems thrown in -- Fun Geometry game with just a bit of strategy required to keep it interesting

Four-In-A-Row Game: Classifying Triangles

Triangle Classification with a few theorems thrown in -- Fun Geometry game with just a bit of strategy required to keep it interesting

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