Geometry Activities For Kids

Shapes, angles, and graphs, oh my! Your kids can find geometry is fun with these geometry activities that make learning hands-on. Use materials readily available at home or in the classroom to engage students with geometry in a whole new way. The easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions in each activity make any adult an educator. To see shapes, angles, and more math concepts at work try physical science activities.

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Check out these fun toothpick puzzles that are easy to set up and will give your kid an opportunity to practice all-important spatial reasoning skills.
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Let your kid try his hand at engineering as he builds and tests two different structures made out of rolled newspaper. Which one is the strongest?
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Using cameras, host a friendly contest between family members or friends to see who can find the most examples of geometry in the real world!
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Practice plotting points on a graph when learning is wrapped up in a game. This one will help your child practice the concept of ordered pairs.
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Check out this fun and easy-to-play guessing game that will build your child's geometry vocabulary.
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This hands-on activity uses just a few ordinary supplies to create an extra-fun 4th of July craft.
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Sure, angles can be confusing. Here's a fun activity to brush up your child's knowledge of these geometry essentials.
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Here's a quick, kid-friendly intro to some geometry terms, and a fail-safe way to calculate circumference, no matter what!
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This St. Patrick's day, stretch your third grader's social studies and math skills with this fun, cooperative learning game.
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This fun shape game is like Twister...with a twist!
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Create your very own "stained glass" flower, the perfect gift for mom this Mother's Day!
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Help your middle-schooler develop important mathematical and visual organization skills with this tessellation activity.
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This fun geometry game requires players to use measurement, find perimeter, and draw polygons. It's great for a fourth grade math student!
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Introduce your fourth or fifth grader to volume by having him build rectangular prisms, and then count each sugar cube to check his volume calculations.
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This Fourth of July, play a fun history-inspired math and logic puzzle game for your kids to play!
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Make learning how to calculate surface area easy and fun using this simple hands-on approach.
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Recycle old materials to create a fun, brain-teasing maze toy that also strengthens your child's math reasoning skills.
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Get your middle schooler to explore symmetry and practice art and math measurements; have her draw the other half of a given face!
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Use reusable, recyclable materials--along with a dose of imagination--to build a castle with first grade geometrical forms.
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Here's a fun activity to help your teen practice perimeter and area - with brownies! Here's how:

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