No Prep Measurement: Area, Perimeter and Volume

I teach high school inclusive ed, and it is the reason I started designing my own resources in the first place. Most of my kids are working at an early elementary level but are high school aged. So much of the content to teach the key literacy and numeracy skills is packaged in a childish graphic design. Don’t get me wrong, there are BEAUTIFUL resources out there. But when you are a high school students in a class with your same aged peers, you really don’t want your materials to have cute frogs in top hats on them. So my resources have a simple, clean, minimalist design that works for all ages.

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Freebie Friday: Find Five Quadrilateral Math Game (+ other geometry activities)

PNG Picture of gameThe Yellin Center Blog showcased another one of my resources this week.  You can head over to my article on the game for the full lesson plan and game play rules, as well as an in depth detailing of how I have used the game in my own classrooms.   An augmented version of the game is also available free for download on the Yellin Center Blog, or the full version is up on my Teachers pay Teachers store.  Continue reading “Freebie Friday: Find Five Quadrilateral Math Game (+ other geometry activities)”