# Middelbare school geometrie

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High School Geometry blog post - Adding a step to my sequence of lessons for introducing geometry proofs made a huge difference!! Free downloads for your classroom

Anchor charts and posters that make great bulletin boards for high school math classrooms - algebra, geometry and algebra 2.

Sector Area and Arc Length Foldable for the Geometry Interactive Notebook

I have always used games as a way to review math concepts. However, TpT has challenged me to make them more meaningful, relevant, and attractive. My students are more likely to buy in when the game has a polished look, clear instructions, and directly rel

High School Printables. Free Geometry Worksheets and Problems

Iets gelijkaardigs doen met congruentie: sorteren in zakken met het kenmerk erop.

My Geometry students loved this proof activity! It was the perfect geometry worksheet alternative to help my High School Math students gets some hands on Proof practice. I loved how they had to use the different triangle concurrency theorems to prove triangles congruent. I will definitely be doing this activity with my High School Geometry students every time I teach Geometry proofs.

This 21 page High School Geometry Theorems Postulates & Corollaries List would be perfect to help my math students understand all the difficult Geometry concepts! There are over 120 different Theorems in here! Its so thorough. I love how the Theorems all have a diagram and explanation next to them to help put them in "student words". This would be especially helpful when we learn proofs and all those pesky circle theorems. Love Love Love!

discovering altitudes and angle bisectors in triangles by paper folding - idea for high school geometry

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!