# Christmas Math Worksheets

It’s finally my favorite time of the year! It’s time to teach Trigonometry and it’s Christmas week. Which means you need Christmas Math worksheets and activities. Most of us are teaching Trigonometry Right now. Here is our Geometry Coach Trigonometry Christmas Bundle! These are Christmas Math Worksheets that involve solving Trigonometry related problems and then […]

# How to Teach Classifying Polygons

Below you will find all of your free materials to help you teach Classifying Polygons. We are giving you these in both editable and PDF formats! Classifying Polygons Video Lessons (Open Your Lesson with Something Fun Like This!) What is a Polygon? A Polygon is a closed figure made of line segments. Polygons have at […]

# Points Lines and Planes

Points Lines and Planes in Geometry is the lesson that many teachers skip or fly through because they “assume” (in huge air quotes) that the students know what these things are before they get to high school geometry. Unfortunately without a great understanding of points lines and planes it’s almost impossible for them to grasp […]

# Tessellation Project

This is my absolute favorite lesson in Geometry (Right in front of my second favorite lesson Dance Dance Transversal)! We do a week long project where the students create a poster board sized work of art using the Tessellations they create. The best way to do this project is to collaborate with the art teacher […]

# Midsegments of Triangles

Let’s face it! About this time of the year we are getting very close to the holidays and suffering from some mid year burnout. No worries! Here are some great materials to help you through your lesson on Midsegments of Triangles. Included are a Homework Assignments, A video lesson (which is fairly entertaining), and a […]

# Measuring Angles Putt-Putt Course Design Project

This Measuring Angles Project provides the instructions for students to design a putt-putt golf course that incorporates requirements for acute, obtuse, right, straight, and reflex angles. There is a list of specific measurements to use as well as parallel and perpendicular lines and shapes to include such as a right, isosceles, equilateral, and scalene triangle; […]

# Two Tips to Teach Volumes of Prisms and Cylinders

I have seen so many math teachers that destroy this lesson because they cannot draw the shapes that they are teaching. One of which was a college professor of mine. As a student this is distracting. Not only are they trying to learn the materials that you are teaching but they are also trying to […]

# Nets and Drawings for Visualizing Geometry – Geometry Nets Project

For most Geometry Teachers, Geometry Nets and Drawings for Visualizing Geometry is the first lesson of every new school year. We want to make sure you start the year off right so we are going to give you some tips and other free resources to help you get the year started off with a great […]

# How to Teach Perimeter and Area of Similar Figures – in Jay Leno’s Garage

This can be a fun lesson because you can discuss modeling! No, not like runway models. Models like the little cars we used to build as kids or those 3D puzzles of buildings. That old mustang model car you put together as a kid then purchased and re-built the exact real car as an adult. […]

# How to Create a Jeopardy Game

There are tons of ways to review for test, quizzes, or even just the previous days lesson. However, if you want their very best performance Jeopardy is definitely the way to go. How to Create a Jeopardy Game: The Top 3 1. Flippity: http://www.flippity.net/ ++ Flippity has many games you can create. – + You have to […]

# How to Setup and Use Google Classroom and Google Forms to Teach Geometry

Google has created some really powerful tools that are available to educators. Today we will be learning how to use the following to create a hands on digital learning environment for your Geometry Class. (This course also comes with a certificate of completion for your artifacts or Continuing Education Units) In this eCourse you will […]

# Lesson for the First Day of Geometry Class

The absolute most important day of the school year is the first! This is where you have one hour, maybe less, to make a 185 day lasting impression on your students. The younger you are and the fewer amount of years you’ve been teaching the more difficult this is. The First Day of Geometry should […]