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Shape monsters---can incorporate shapes, vertices and adjectives all in one. Have the kids create their shape monster then describe it using math vocabulary and afjectives

How many triangles can you make with 9 sticks? Kids can reinforce geometry and critical thinking skills through creating various shapes with sticks.

Fostering Geometric Thinking - perimeter problem. Two vertices of a triangle are located at (4, 0) and (8, 0) on a coordinate grid. The perimeter of the triangle is 12 units. What are all possible positions for the third vertex?

This around the world (also known as a scavenger hunt) has 12 problems. There are three types of problems. The first is finding the perimeter of a polygon given the coordinates of the vertices. The second if finding the area of a right triangle, square, or rectangle given the coordinates of the vertices.

Topic for January 20, 2014: Getting the coordinates of the vertices of a triangle if the midpoints of the sides are given. Please visit the website to see the details. Thanks and have a nice day to everyone. If you have any questions, please send me an e-mail.

How to construct a circle through the 3 vertices of a triangle with compass and straightedge or ruler - Math Open Reference

Topic for January 15, 2014: Solving for the value of x at one of the vertices of a triangle if its area is given. Please visit the website to see the details. Thanks and have a nice day to everyone. If you have any questions, please send me an e-mail.