# Category: Math–Geometry

## Square and Square Roots Worksheets, Games and Activities

Are your kids working on squares and/or square roots? If so, be sure to grab this Squaring and Square Roots Packet! It is currently FREE to download! These activities and worksheets are for practicing squaring numbers from 12 all the way to 202 — from 1×1 through 20×20! Knowing the squares is helpful for students in 6th grade and up as they move into prealgebra and Algebra… and even for...

## Free Right Triangles Review Worksheets

I made this set of Right Triangle Review Worksheets to make sure that my son remembered this geometry material from earlier in the year.  These free pages cover basic terms such as hypotenuse, leg, altitude, etc. geometric means the Pythagorean Theorem Tangent, Sine and Cosine Ratios (SOH CAH TOA!) You can download these Right Triangle Review Worksheets here. These geometry review pages are FREE, just click on the link or...

## Free Complementary and Supplementary Angles Worksheets

My daughter has been working on geometry this year and needed a little more practice working on complementary and supplementary angles. I wanted to share these free Complementary and Supplementary Angles Worksheets with you today! She had to define and draw examples of these.  And, she also had to determine the measures of complementary and supplementary angles based on diagrams and the information provided. Two angles are complementary if the sum...

## Geometry Shapes Math Worksheets 2D and 3D Objects

For those of you who have the Addition Bundle, I wanted to let you know that I added in several practice pages about the 2D and 3D geometric shapes. You will find that in the “Geometric Shapes” pdf on pages 17 through 25.  Answer sheets are provided too. More about the (growing) Addition Bundle below (though it actually includes much more than just addition! It includes shapes, time, place value,...

## Free Geometry Shapes Packet

Today I’m back with another Monday Math Freebie! This packet is all about geometry shapes! This Free Geometry Packet has worksheets and games for learning about all of the major geometric shapes including the triangle cube heptagon trapezoid oval hexagon cylinder octagon ray circle line right triangle rectangle pentagon parallelogram There are tracing pages, matching pages, fill in the blank worksheets.  Students will have to count the number of sides...

## Brilliant Way for Kids to Understand Pi

Just a quick note for you this morning because I thought you might like this too. When I saw this, I just knew I’d have to share it with the kids! They have taken to memorizing π. (I think DD knows π to 31 digits and her best friend knows it to 50 digits (in two languages, she tells me!)! Um… I’m not sure why, but it’s impressive!).  The illustration below makes π so...

## Free Minecraft Math Game Board (For Any Math Practice)

I have kids who are doing different kinds of math, so I wanted a gameboard that would work for all of them. You can use this game board for any kind of math practice — addition, number recognition, fractions, multiplication problems… anything! Let me show you what the game board looks like: First print out the gameboard and 3-4 copies of the blank cards on cardstock. Next, you need to...

## Geometry Review Pack

Last fall (a year ago), LD did a unit on geometry. He needed some basic review of some of the things he learned — so I put together a small review pack for him. I’ll share it here for anyone who might find it useful. There are 6 pages, plus the answers. You can download the free Geometry Review Packet here: Geometry Review Worksheets He used the Geometry, Grades 6 –...

## Geometry Activities

Here are more of our geometry activities this past week or so: ED and DD worked with parallel and perpendicular lines. This is something that ED is also doing in her Right Start Math-A.  First, they made the lines with popcycle sticks, then found perpendicular and parallel lines around the house. LD and DD made a foldable about lines, line segments, intersecting lines, etc. for their math journal. Types of...

## Geometry Cards (Free)

As I mentioned last week, we started a new unit on geometry. We’ve been busy talking about rays, intersecting lines, parallel lines, line segments, angles and more!  Over the weekend, I came across a set of geometry cards made by Homemade Montessori that will come in handy!  I thought I’d share this great find in case anyone else finds them useful. I am always so grateful to people who share...

## Starting off our Geometry Unit

This week we’ve started easing back into school. We’re not doing all subjects as we still have lots of other things going on (play dates, doctor’s appointments for their wellness checkups, trips with friends, activities, etc.), but we did start up with math and reading.  In math we’re starting the year with a unit on geometry. Geometry Mindmap: I read a book this summer that really recommends using mind maps...