It’s no secret that many homeschoolers dread teaching their children math; I know I do! I have never really been good a geometry, so the idea of teaching this particular math topic to my daughter makes me shudder. This free math lapbook will help your child (and perhaps yourself) grasp geometry in a fun way using hands-on activities.
We have been using lapbooks in our homeschool since 2009. My children have always enjoyed “crafts” and hands-on learning and since I am a non-crafty mom who steers clear of manipulatives, lapbooks have been a lifesaver! Often only involving cutting, pasting, and coloring (and of course learning!), I trick my kids into thinking I am doing “crafts” with them.
If you are like me and want to weave hands-on learning into your geometry studies without the stress of having to be super creative on your own, then you will want to grab this FREE Geometry Lapbook.
You will discover several geometry concepts taught in grades K-9: circles, angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, coordinate graphs, polygons, 3-d shapes, and more.
This free geometry printable kit introduces concepts in a visual, concrete way through hands-on activities. Your children will explore and create fundamental mathematical principles. For ideas on how to use this free geometry lapbook alongside a Geoboard, check out this detailed post Geometry Activities: a Geoboard Geometry Lapbook Unit.
Sandra at Real World Learners, the sponsor of this free math lapbook, also tells you a little more about what this free math resource includes and shows you ideas on how to use it in your homeschool geometry studies.
This FREE Geometry Lapbook covers the following concepts:
- Hands-on geometry activities using a geobard
- Angles, lines, and intersections
- Circles – includes degrees
- Triangles – sides and angles
- Quadrilaterals – definitions and diagrams
- Flowchart diagrams
- Coordinate geometry
- Names of polygons (3-10 sides)
- 0, 1, 2, and 3-d objects, including explanations of each dimension
- Flashcards and review activities for vocabulary terms
You will appreciate that answer keys are included. You can learn more about this free math resource here. Grab it for your homeschool for FREE at the link below before it ends on 2/15/19.
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FREE Geometry Resources for Math Lessons:
- Geoboard Activity Cards- FREE Geometry Challenge
- FREE Geometry Printables and Online Helps for High School
- FREE Geometry Shapes and Solids Reference Sheet
- FREE Geometry Interactive Notebook Printables
- FREE Geometry Printable Line Board Game
- FREE Printable Pack of Geometric Nets for 3D Shapes
- 15 FREE Measuring Angles Puzzles
Carrie is the owner & operator of Homeschool Giveaways. She has been homeschooling for over a decade and has successfully graduated her first homeschooler. She has two girls and works side by side at home with her awesome husband. She has been saved by grace, fails daily, but continues to strive toward the prize of the high calling of being a daughter of the Most High God.
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