Geometry can seem like a very daunting subject in the high school years. This is why it’s important to introduce geometry concepts in the younger grades, especially upper elementary. This is a great age to get kids excited about math. When you do a geometry unit, your kids can explore, build and play with shapes and hands-on activities.
Math doesn’t have to be boring as it gets harder and reaches the upper grades. Upper Elementary aged kids will have a blast with all of these geometry resources. Many of them have a fun STEM like feel to them as well and don’t even feel like math. These would be fun to do as a separate geometry unit, or to supplement what they are learning.
Math Geek Mama is one of our favorite resources for math units. She has some amazing games and hands-on activities that teach Geometry very well.
Teaching with Jennifer Findley has some great geometry centers and activities:
More Geometry Resources and Printables:
FREE Geometry Terminology Copywork Notebook – Geometry terms can be confusing and hard to understand. With this copywork notebook, your children will copy 20 geometry terms onto pages that are bordered with fun geometric shapes and designs to color in.
If you have highschoolers learning geometry this year, you may be interested in these free resources: FREE Geometry Printables and Online Helps for High School
Hands-on geometry learning tools and manipulatives that go great in a geometry unit:
Learning Resources 5-Inch Double-Sided Assorted Geoboard ShapesEAI Education Exploragons Student Set – Set of 80Learning Resources Relational Geometric SolidsCurious Minds Busy Bags Geometry Snap Together Sticks with Compass and Activity Guides Learning Resources Geometric Shapes Building Set
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