Remembering Unit 1

A few pictures to help you remember all the fun we had in Unit 1.

Circle Ninja – 1.7 Review

Circle Ninja knows circles. Do you? Watch this all new video to review today’s lesson. Update 6:47pm – the audio issue has been resolved.

Do you have a great idea for our next video? Share it here by adding your comment.

Compass Video & 1.6 help

Working on Study Link 1.6? Your SRB will help! Also, feel free to skip number 7 (but watch the paper clip compass video below first).

Watch this! It’s a video of our homemade compass. Clay did a great job filming this project.

Paper Clip Compass from YouTube

More Math – Shapes

Working in the shape factory is no easy task. Kites, triangles, a rhombus or two… and that’s just the beginning. Can you keep up? Find out in this exciting new game.


a) the outward appearance of something as distinguished from its substance

“Shape.” Merriam-Webster, n.d. Web. 29 Aug. 2013.

More Math – Angles

Squirting a dog with water and math, they just seem to go together. Well, maybe not, but in this game it seems to works. Test your angle skills and practice math with this new activity (will not work on an iPad).

a) the figure formed by two lines extending from the same point; also : dihedral angle.
b) a measure of an angle or of the amount of turning necessary to bring one line or plane into coincidence with or parallel to another

“Angle.” Merriam-Webster, n.d. Web. 29 Aug. 2013.

Vertex, angle, segments…

Q: What did one geometry book say to the other?

Lesson 1.2 kicks off our study of geometry. A lot of the information will be review, but as you will quickly discover, you’ve probably forgotten a lot.

You can practice some of todays concepts here.

How is your speed and accuracy on addition and subtraction facts? Based on today’s round of flash cards, I’d say you have some work to do. Pull out a stack of flash cards and get busy! You also might want to try this: Deep Dive Addition ( sorry I pad users, you’ll need a computer for this one).

A: Don’t bother me I’ve got my own problems!



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