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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This hands-on activity will introduce your third grader to the concepts of positive and negative space as she makes a shamrock!
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Use a recycling project to hone your child√Ęs sewing skills and clean up her art supplies when she turns the leg of an old pair of jeans into a storage basket.
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Your child can enjoy the summer sun as she creates her own one-of-a-kind mural!
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Do something totally unique and new with a pumpkin this year! Practice designing patterns with stripes, zigzags, or geometric shapes. The sky's the limit!
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This Star of David craft is eco-friendly and will help your child practice basic geometry. Make a festive Star of David craft for Hanukkah.
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Making gift bags for a Halloween party or tricker-treaters is a great way for your child to learn a bit about geometry and origami!
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One of the most important parts of any Christmas tree is what's on top. This year, have your child make an angel that'll put the finishing touch on your tree!
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Thousands of witches that come out to celebrate Halloween. Now, your child can make her very own self-standing witch.

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