# Geometry Worksheets

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Free Geometry Worksheets to use in the Classroom

We split up our circles unit into 2 parts (Part 1: Circle Basics, Circumference & Area, Area of Shaded Regions, & Tangent Lines; Part 2: Arcs, Central Angles, Chords, Sector Area, Arc Length, and Segment Area). I know a majority of schools teach circles as one big unit but I don't think that most of my special education students could remember all of those theorems and rules and be successful. For those that teach circles as one big unit and your students are successful, can you show me a…

A blog about free resources for the secondary math classroom.

A blog about free resources for the secondary math classroom.

We split up our circles unit into 2 parts (Part 1: Circle Basics, Circumference & Area, Area of Shaded Regions, & Tangent Lines; Part 2: Arcs, Central Angles, Chords, Sector Area, Arc Length, and Segment Area). I know a majority of schools teach circles as one big unit but I don't think that most of my special education students could remember all of those theorems and rules and be successful. For those that teach circles as one big unit and your students are successful, can you show me a…

We split up our circles unit into 2 parts (Part 1: Circle Basics, Circumference & Area, Area of Shaded Regions, & Tangent Lines; Part 2: Arcs, Central Angles, Chords, Sector Area, Arc Length, and Segment Area). I know a majority of schools teach circles as one big unit but I don't think that most of my special education students could remember all of those theorems and rules and be successful. For those that teach circles as one big unit and your students are successful, can you show me a…

We just wrapped up our unit on finding the surface area and volume of prisms. At our school we break up surface area and volume into 3 units (prisms, pyramids, and then cones/cylinders spheres). I have NO idea why we do this but, I definitely want to change it up next year and make it as one big unit. Day 1: Students taped down the Prisms formula chart to the left of their flip-book. It is extremely important to mirror how to set up the flip-book with your students because if not, there will…

We just wrapped up our unit on finding the surface area and volume of prisms. At our school we break up surface area and volume into 3 units (prisms, pyramids, and then cones/cylinders spheres). I have NO idea why we do this but, I definitely want to change it up next year and make it as one big unit. Day 1: Students taped down the Prisms formula chart to the left of their flip-book. It is extremely important to mirror how to set up the flip-book with your students because if not, there will…

We just wrapped up our unit on finding the surface area and volume of prisms. At our school we break up surface area and volume into 3 units (prisms, pyramids, and then cones/cylinders spheres). I have NO idea why we do this but, I definitely want to change it up next year and make it as one big unit. Day 1: Students taped down the Prisms formula chart to the left of their flip-book. It is extremely important to mirror how to set up the flip-book with your students because if not, there will…

We just wrapped up our unit on finding the surface area and volume of prisms. At our school we break up surface area and volume into 3 units (prisms, pyramids, and then cones/cylinders spheres). I have NO idea why we do this but, I definitely want to change it up next year and make it as one big unit. Day 1: Students taped down the Prisms formula chart to the left of their flip-book. It is extremely important to mirror how to set up the flip-book with your students because if not, there will…

Our geometry team decided to make a small cones, cylinders, and spheres unit right after our circle basics unit. I had it all nicely planned out with cylinders on day 1, cones on day 2, and spheres on day 3 ending with a review and test. Well........... every year and every class is different and this year, students seemed to understand this lesson without me even teaching them! We completed this whole foldable on day 1. Below are some example pictures of a completed foldable. We labeled the…

We just wrapped up our unit on finding the surface area and volume of prisms. At our school we break up surface area and volume into 3 units (prisms, pyramids, and then cones/cylinders spheres). I have NO idea why we do this but, I definitely want to change it up next year and make it as one big unit. Day 1: Students taped down the Prisms formula chart to the left of their flip-book. It is extremely important to mirror how to set up the flip-book with your students because if not, there will…

Day 1: I had students tape down the green sheet with the formulas on the left side of their notebook and their Pyramids foldable on the right side. We labeled the important parts of the square pyramid on the formula sheet first. After labeling only the square pyramids on the formula sheet, we completed two example problems over finding the surface area and volume of square pyramids. During the notes, I did example 1 and we went through it very slowly while I walked around to make sure each…

Day 1: I had students tape down the green sheet with the formulas on the left side of their notebook and their Pyramids foldable on the right side. We labeled the important parts of the square pyramid on the formula sheet first. After labeling only the square pyramids on the formula sheet, we completed two example problems over finding the surface area and volume of square pyramids. During the notes, I did example 1 and we went through it very slowly while I walked around to make sure each…

Day 1: I had students tape down the green sheet with the formulas on the left side of their notebook and their Pyramids foldable on the right side. We labeled the important parts of the square pyramid on the formula sheet first. After labeling only the square pyramids on the formula sheet, we completed two example problems over finding the surface area and volume of square pyramids. During the notes, I did example 1 and we went through it very slowly while I walked around to make sure each…

Our geometry team decided to make a small cones, cylinders, and spheres unit right after our circle basics unit. I had it all nicely planned out with cylinders on day 1, cones on day 2, and spheres on day 3 ending with a review and test. Well........... every year and every class is different and this year, students seemed to understand this lesson without me even teaching them! We completed this whole foldable on day 1. Below are some example pictures of a completed foldable. We labeled the…

Day 1: I had students tape down the green sheet with the formulas on the left side of their notebook and their Pyramids foldable on the right side. We labeled the important parts of the square pyramid on the formula sheet first. After labeling only the square pyramids on the formula sheet, we completed two example problems over finding the surface area and volume of square pyramids. During the notes, I did example 1 and we went through it very slowly while I walked around to make sure each…