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  • Math Centers Click to get to started.
  • Main Menu Geometry Fractions Quit
  • Geometry Tutorial Quiz Go Back to Main Menu
  • Welcome to the Geometry Tutorial Have Fun and Learn a lot!
  • Polygons A closed figure that is formed by line segments
  • How many sides and angles does a tri angle have?
    • A tri cycle has _______ wheels?
    • A tri pod has _______ legs?
    A triangle has ___ sides and angles.
  • How many sides and angles does a penta gon have?
    • There are _______ letters in the prefix penta .
    • A house resembles a penta gon.
    A pentagon has ___ sides and angles.
  • How many sides and angles does a quad rilateral have?
    • A quad has _______ wheels.
    • There are _______ letters in the prefix quad .
    A quadrilateral has ___ sides and angles.
  • What is the difference between the number of sides in a hex agon and an oct agon? The difference is…
    • Hex has an x like the number ________.
    • An oct opus has ______ legs.
    GREAT JOB!
  • What is the name of this polygon? This polygon is a… Triangle Pentagon Decagon
  • Geometric Figures (Click on the word to see each figure) line segment ray point line angle
  • Name That Figure! The hands on a clock form a/an _______ . ray angle line
  • Name That Figure! A beam of light from a flashlight is a _______. ray angle line
  • Loads of Lines Do you know the names of these lines? Click on the pictures to check your answers. Parallel lines Intersecting lines Perpendicular lines
  • All About Angles Do you know the names of these angles? Click on the figures to check your answers. Acute Angle Obtuse Angle Right Angle
  • Triangle Trio Do you know the names of these triangles? Click on the triangle to check your answers. Isosceles Triangle Scalene Triangle Equilateral Triangle
  • CONGRATULATIONS! You have finished the Geometry Tutorial! Geometry Main Menu Go Back to Main Menu
  • Welcome to the Geometry Quiz! Good Luck!
  • What is the name of this polygon? Pentagon Hexagon
  • A right angles measures how many degrees? Exactly 90 Degrees Less Than 90 Degrees
  • Name this Triangle Equilateral Acute Triangle Scalene Acute Triangle
  • A sidewalk is an example of what geometric figure? line segment ray angle
  • What type of angle is shown? obtuse angle acute angle
  • Name this figure. C D Line segment CD Line CD
  • What is the name of this polygon? Pentagon Hexagon
  • What type of lines intersect at 90 ° angles? Perpendicular lines Parallel lines Need a hint?
  • Name this figure. L M N Angle LMN Angle MNL
  • Name this triangle. Isosceles Right Triangle Scalene Obtuse Triangle
  • How Well Did You Do? Go Back to Main Menu Geometry Main Menu Click here for additional geometry practice
  • Fractions Tutorial Quiz Go Back to Main Menu
  • Welcome to the Fraction Tutorial! Have fun and learn a lot.
  • Reading Fractions A fraction is a number that stands for part of a whole. A fraction has two parts. 3 4 The denominator (the number below the line) tells how many equal parts are in the whole. The numerator (the number above the line) tells how many of those equal parts the fraction stands for.
  • You can use a fraction to name a part of a single object What fraction of the pizza has been eaten? REMEMBER: The numerator names the part of the whole and the denominator names how many total parts there are. 1 8 7 8
  • You can use a fraction to name part of a group. What fraction of the group are men? REMEMBER: The numerator names the part of the whole and the denominator names how many total parts there are. 3 5 2 5
  • Equivalent Fractions Equivalent fractions name the same amount. 4 8 1 2 2 4 Are these three fractions equivalent? Yes No
  • Comparing Fractions with like denominators In a swim camp of the children were boys and were girls. Were there more boys or girls in the camp? 3 10 7 10 To determine your answer you can draw models and compare. 7 10 3 10 There are more… boys girls
  • Comparing Fractions with unlike denominators Which is greater or ? To determine your answer, use a model. 1 2 1 3 1 2 1 3 The greatest fraction is……. 1 2 1 3
  • Mixed Numbers Sometimes you need to describe a whole and a part together. This is called a mixed number . 1 1 2
  • Writing a Fraction as a Whole or Mixed Number 7 3 as a mixed number 1 whole 2 wholes 1 3 2 1 3
  • Writing a Whole Number as a Fraction 2 3 4 as a fraction 1 whole 2 wholes 3 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 11 4
  • Adding Fractions with like denominators Lee is baking cupcakes. He uses of a stick of butter for the batter and of a stick of butter for the icing. How much butter does he use in all? If the fractions have like denominators, add the numerators and keep the denominators the same. 3 8 3 8 + = 3 8 + 3 8 = 6 8
  • Subtracting Fractions Ronise buys ¾ yard of felt. She used ¼ of it for an art project. How much felt does she have left? If the fractions have like denominators, subtract the numerators and keep the denominators the same. 2 4 or 1 2
  • CONGRATULATIONS! You have finished the Fractions Tutorial. Fractions Main Menu Go Back to Main Menu
  • Welcome to the Fraction Quiz! Good Luck.
  • Name the amount shown. 6 8 2 6 4
  • What fraction names the amount of red balls in the group? 5 8 3 8 1 2
  • Are these fractions equivalent? yes No
  • Name the amount shown. 1 4 3 2 1 4
  • 4 6 1 6 = 5 6 2 6 3 6 =
  • Which amount is greater? 2 3 2 6
  • Which fraction is least? 1 4 2 4
  • 3 6 2 6 + = + = 5 6 4 6 1 6
  • What fraction of the cookie has been eaten? 1 2 3 4 1 4
  • How Well Did You Do? Go Back to Main Menu Fraction Main Menu Click here for additional fraction practice
  • Fraction Websites Equivalent Fractions Practice Additional Lessons on Fraction Topics Identifying Fractions Practice Fractions Main Menu Go Back to Main Menu
  • Geometry Websites Figures and Polygons Identify Geometric Figures Game Geometry Flashcards Geometry Main Menu Go Back to Main Menu