# Teaching measurement

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3rd Grade Thoughts: A teaching blog by Stephanie Van Horn

Learning, Play, STEM Activities, and Things to Do!

There are so many parts that go with learning about 3D shapes and these playful puzzles are a great way to tie it all together! Scroll down to grab the freebie then make sure to jump over and grab our free 2D shape sort too. Getting Ready To prep, I printed off the puzzles, ran them […]

This freebie includes cards which can be used to play quadrilateral memory. I suggest having students complete this activity in groups of 3-4 people. Because of the hierarchy of quadrilaterals, cards can match more than one card, so the outcome of the game can vary and all cards might not be used. I...

Quadrilaterals' Cards & RiddlesThis is a little set of cards to review quadrilaterals with your students. I used it as a warm up to review and then as a math center. They loved it and you can come up with tones of games to play around with. *******************************************************...

This resource offers various ways to help your students classify and sort polygons including triangles and quadrilaterals. Several resources are interactive charts students can include in their Math Notebook/Journal as a tool. This enables students to have anchor charts at their fingertips. The s...

Anchor charts play an important role in the classroom. They make thinking visible by recording content, skills, strategies, processes, cues, and guidelines during the learning process. Posting anchor charts around the room keeps relevant and current learning accessible to students. They remind the...

Kids are often very visual when it comes to learning – which makes incorporating videos into your lessons a fun an easy tool to use that addresses their visual needs. Especially when it comes to math! Your students may not expect you to play a video during math instruction, which gives your lesson an unexpected twist! This …

This year I wanted my geometry unit to be FUN so I packed it with hands-on exploration. We started by reviewing basic shapes. My original plan had been to use popsicle sticks, but due to poor planning, I didn’t have enough on hand. Luckily, I found something way better! (And easier.) The kids just took … Hands-On Geometry Read More »

Projected based learning using quadrilateral robots to engage and teacher students about quadrilaterals while they invent their own quadrilateral robots!

Geometry is one of those wonderful math subjects that can be so much fun to teach!! It lends itself to engaging HANDS-ON and UP-AND-OUT-OF-YOUR-SEAT lessons!! These are some of my favorite lessons for teaching geometry!! This post contains affiliate links to amazon.com. If you make a purchase from amazon.com through the links on this page, CreateTeachShare…

Newly Updated to include Six Mini-Posters!! A set of six mini-posters that review the following set of quadrilaterals: Trapezium Trapezoid Rectangle Square Parallelogram Rhombus An excellent resource to hand out to the students when teaching about types of Quadrilaterals. It can be used wit...

Room 330 Anchor Charts

Classifying Quadrilateral Activity- Wanted Signs: Quadrilaterals have committed crimes! Read about them on the wanted signs, correct mistakes on incorrect signs, or make your own. These fun wanted signs relate quadrilaterals to the real-world and are great to review quadrilaterals. Also makes a grea...

This resource is a math center game to practice geometry terms. It is aligned to the Common Core Standards for grades 3-5. Students work in pairs with one partner wearing a headband and the other partner reading the definitions. ♥This resource includes:♥◊ 24 cards◊ Instructions on how to create head...

Geometric Art