Geometry Unit Give Away and a Bunch of Other Random Stuff

Hi Everyone!

This is going to be a quick post.  My mother in law is very sick and hospitalized (she is getting MUCH better).  My husband has been with her since Friday so I have been playing the role of "single Mommy" for the last few days.  It is SO HARD.  All those single moms have all my admiration right now! I can do it knowing there is an end in eight, but if this was ALL the time?  I would go crazy!

I finished my HUGE, geometry supplemental unit.  It turned out to be 77 pages from start to finish!  Yikes!  It is currently for sale on TpT for $6.00.  Here is a picture/ preview I posted earlier.
Here is the description straight from TpT:

This 77 page packet includes vocabulary cards, a student dictionary, three games, two sorting activities, two creative art projects and a short assessment.

Included in this packet is
-cover page (page 1)

-A Note to the Teacher (page 2-3)

-Kaboom! Game: Students identify and name a geometric figure when given a picture.(page 4-12)

-Geometry Concentration Game: Students match the geometric term to a picture. An answer key is provided for students that may have difficulty. (Page 13-17)

-My Geometry Dictionary-An individual student dictionary that students can complete whole class. Students complete the cloze passage definitions and draw a picture. (Page 18-47)

-Vocabulary cards- 24 cards with definitions and a matching picture. The vocabulary cards have the same definitions needed to complete the My Geometry Dictionary.(Page 48-56)

- Angle Sort- Students sort angles into acute, obtuse or right angles. Students then create a 3 flap book (black line master NOT included, but directions ARE included) and glue the angles under the correctly labeled sort. Printable angles and labels are provided. (Page 57-59)

-Triangle Sort- students sort triangles into scalene, isosceles, or equilateral triangles. Students then create a 3 flap book (black line master NOT included, but directions ARE included) and glue the triangles under the correctly labeled sort. Printable triangles and labels are provided. (Page 60-62)

-Geometric Robot and Geometric Snowman: Two creative craftivities where students create either a robot or snowman when given specific shapes and criteria to include. A grading rubric is included for both projects. (Page 63-66)

-Geometry Quick Write: Partner game in which students use white boards and draw the geometric figure when given the term. (Page 67-70)

-Assessment- A short 7 question mini assessment is included that covers triangles, circles, and polygons. An answer key is included. (Page 71- 74)

-A Thank You Page (page 75)

-A Credits page (page 76)

-A copyright page (page 77)

I will be giving away 3 copies to 3 different people!  Leave a comment below and I will randomly choose three people- sometime soon!

I have been given several awards from a few bloggers and I am oh so grateful. Thank you so much.  I feel so honored! As soon as things return to normal I will post about them, AND the clutter challenge from the Clutterfree Classroom.

I have so much to type, but have the sweetest toddler that needs my attention.  Hopefully my mother in law will be better soon and things will get back to normal SOON!



  1. Love your blog and this unit!


  2. Geometry is my favorite math concept to teach! I love finding fun activities to go along with my math curriculum!

  3. Love it!! We are headed into Geometry soon. I would love to win a copy!


  4. Oh me oh my.....I would love to win a copy of this amazing looking Math unit:)))))))

    4th Grade Frolics

  5. Geometry is a GO with me. I love teaching it and your unit would be perfect.

    Yearn to Learn Blog

  6. Glad to hear your Mother in law is doing better! The unit looks great!!

  7. This looks great! My group is younger BUT I follow you because I've used your website dozens of times! (I had emailed you about using your link on my author webpage.)

    Not promoting BUT I have a cute chapter book out that goes so well with a third grade geometry unit. Great feedback from teachers. It's Katharine the Almost Great: Bent Out of Shape. Your public library probably has it.


  8. My thoughts are with your mother in law.. And you as you play a single mom. You deserve an award for that :)

  9. I def want this unit! Looks great! I agree about the single mom situation. I give them so much credit. So glad to have my husband.

  10. This is the unit I "won" during the New Year's Giveaway and it is GREAT! Good luck to everyone wanting to win one. If you don't win it, you need to buy it because it's that good!


    Fun in Room 4B

  11. This looks amazing! I'm starting our unit on Geometry tomorrow and this would be perfect!

  12. This unit looks great!! I hope your mother-in-law gets better soon! Hang in there!


  13. That looks wonderful. I struggle to teach geometry out of all the math concepts... probably because it is not interesting to me as some of the other ones are. This would be a great tool!

  14. Wow! Would love to use this!

  15. I would love this! It looks GREAT!

  16. Love the unit! I follow your blog all the time and love all of the updates. Thanks again!

  17. Unit looks great. Prayers for your mother in law.

  18. This unit looks great! Would love to win a copy!

  19. oh, may god.. I think i'm too late to know this =(
    but i hope, i can get the copy.
    it's so meaning to me.


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