HUGE TOY SALE!! Click Details

### Details

10% off on orders under \$200.
Use code: HOLIDAY
20% off + free shipping on orders over \$200.
Use code: REJOICE

For all orders outside the Contiguous US:
20% off orders over \$200.
Use code: GLOBALREJOICE

Redeem promo code in your shopping cart.

Read Educents' Terms & Conditions here
/
Math Mammoth Geometry 1 - workbook for grades 4-5
\$6.90
Math Mammoth Geometry 1 covers all the typical geometry topics for grades 4-5: angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, other polygons,area, perimeter and volume.

## Customers who bought this also bought

Product Description

Math Mammoth Geometry 1 covers all the typical geometry topics for grades 4-5: angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, other polygons,area, perimeter and volume.

The problems in this book involve lots of drawing. Geometry is a hands-on subject, and many children like that. Moreover, drawing is an excellent means of achieving the conceptual understanding that geometry requires. Exercises marked with the notebook symbol are meant to be done in the student's notebook or on blank paper.

The study of geometry is also full of new vocabulary. I encourage the usage of a geometry notebook, where students will write every new concept or term, and draw a picture or pictures and text to explain the term. That will help them to remember the terms better, and most children will like creating a book of their own. The students can also do the drawing exercises in this book.

### The lessons in the book

First we review the area and perimeter of rectangles (as taught in third grade). Then the students are introduced to angles, and learn about acute, right, obtuse, and straight angles. Students learn how to measure angles with a protractor, draw angles, and estimate some common angles.

After angles, we study parallelograms and different kinds of triangles (acute, obtuse, right). We also review polygons and then go on to a lesson about circles. Students learn the terms circle, radius, and diameter, and learn to draw circles and circle designs using a compass.

Then we go on to classify quadrilaterals and triangles. There are seven types of quadrilaterals to learn about, and now students classify triangles both by sides and by angles.

The last section of the book deals with area and perimeter of rectangular shapes, and volume of rectangular prisms. I have also included a lesson for problem solving, and two review lessons.

This book contains 113 pages, which includes the answer key. Also, it is enabled for annotation, which means you can fill it in on a computer (with Adobe Reader 9 or higher) or on a tablet using a PDF app with annotation tools.

Reviews
There are no reviews for this product. Be the first to review by submitting yours!