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Jungle Geometry Jonesboro, GA 678-378-8229 Email: jhart@clayton.k12.ga.us Website: http://www.heritagekids.info/5.htm Name___________ Geometric Name Jungle Geometry Geometric drawing Definition Quadrilateral A four-sided polygon. Rectangle A four-sided polygon having all right angles. Square A four-sided polygon having equal-length sides meeting at right angles. Parallelogram A four-sided polygon with two pairs of parallel sides. Rhombus A four-sided polygon having all four sides of equal length. Trapezoid A four-sided polygon having exactly one pair of parallel sides. Pentagon A five-sided polygon. Hexagon A six-sided polygon Octagon An eight-sided polygon. Isosceles Triangle A triangle having two sides of equal length. Scalene Triangle A triangle having three sides of different lengths Equilateral Triangle A triangle having all three sides of equal length Where mentioned in Jungle Geometry? Name___________ Geometric Name Jungle Geometry Geometric drawing Definition Quadrilateral ___________________________ ___________________________ Rectangle ___________________________ ___________________________ ____________ Where mentioned in Jungle Geometry? A four-sided polygon having equal-length sides meeting at right angles. ____________ A four-sided polygon with two pairs of parallel sides. Rhombus A four-sided polygon having all four sides of equal length. ____________ A four-sided polygon having exactly one pair of parallel sides. Pentagon ___________________________ ___________________________ ____________ A six-sided polygon Octagon ___________________________ ___________________________ Isosceles Triangle A triangle having two sides of equal length. Scalene Triangle ___________________________ ___________________________ Equilateral Triangle A triangle having all three sides of equal length XXXXXXXXX Name___________ Plane Figures Jungle Geometry Drawing Definition Where mentioned in Jungle Geometry? Plane A flat surface that extends without end in all directions. Line A straight path in a plane that has no ends Line segment Part of a line between two endpoints. Point It identifies a location on an object and in space. It is named by a letter. Intersecting lines Lines that cross at a point. Perpendicular lines Lines that intersect to form four right angles xxxxxxxxxxxx Parallel lines two lines in the same plane that never intersect. xxxxxxxxxxxx Ray It has a point on one end, and it extends infinitely in the other direction. Vertex the point where two sides of a polygon or two rays of an angle meet. Right Angle An angle that forms a square corner and measures 900. Acute Angle An angle that measures less than a right angle Obtuse Angle An angle that measures greater than a right angle xxxxxxxxxxxx x xxxxxxxxxxxx Jungle Geometry Name________________ Plane Figures Drawing Definition Where mentioned in Jungle Geometry? ____________ A flat surface that extends without end in all directions. Line A straight path in a plane that has no ends ____________ ____________ Part of a line between two endpoints. ____________ It identifies a location on an object and in space. It is named by a letter. Intersecting lines ___________________________ ___________________________ ____________ lines Lines that intersect to form four right angles XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX ____________ ____________ ___________________________ ___________________________ XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX Ray It has a point on one end, and it extends infinitely in the other direction. Vertex the point where two sides of a polygon or two rays of an angle meet. ____________ ____________ ___________________________ ___________________________ Acute Angle An angle that measures less than a right angle Obtuse Angle ___________________________ ___________________________ XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX Jungle Geometry Name___________ Geometric Name Geometric drawing Definition Cube A solid figure with six congruent square faces. Rectangular prism A solid figure with six rectangular faces. Square Pyramid A solid figure with a square base and four triangular faces that meet at a common vertex Sphere A round solid figure like a ball Face The flat surface of a solid figure Measuring figures Formula Definition Where mentioned in Jungle Geometry? Where mentioned in Jungle Geometry? Area of rectangle A=lxw The number of square units needed to cover a surface A. W. Area Perimeter of rectangle P = (2 x l) + (2 x w) The distance around a rectangle Quad Squad surround pyramid base Perimeter of square P=4xs The distance around a square Volume of prism V=lxwxh The measure of the space a solid figure occupies. Circumference C=pxd The perimeter of a circle. Line Symmetry When a figure can be folded on a line so that it two parts are congruent. Jungle Geometry Name___________ Geometric Name Geometric drawing Definition _____________ A solid figure with six congruent square faces. Rectangular prism A solid figure with six rectangular faces. ____________ Pyramid A solid figure with a square base and four triangular faces that meet at a common vertex _____________ A round solid figure like a ball The flat surface of a solid figure _____________ Measuring figures Formula Definition Where mentioned in Jungle Geometry? XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX Where mentioned in Jungle Geometry? Area of rectangle A=lxw The number of square units needed to cover a surface _______________ _______________ Perimeter of rectangle P = (2 x l) + (2 x w) The distance around a rectangle __________________ __________________ Perimeter of square P=4xs The distance around a square XXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX Volume of prism V=lxwxh The measure of the space a solid figure occupies. _______________ _______________ Circumference C=pxd The perimeter of a circle. XXXXXXXXXXXX Line Symmetry When a figure can be folded on a line so that it two parts are congruent. A five-sided polygon. Pentagon A six-sided polygon Hexagon An eightsided polygon. A triangle having two sides of equal length. Octagon Isosceles Triangle A triangle having all three sides of equal length Equilateral Triangle A solid figure with six congruent square faces. Cube A solid figure with six rectangular faces. Rectangular prism A solid figure with a square base and four triangular faces that meet at a common vertex Pyramid A round solid figure like a ball Sphere When a figure can be folded on a line so that it two parts are congruent. Line Symmetry A four-sided polygon having all right angles. A four-sided polygon having equal-length sides meeting at right angles. A four-sided polygon with two pairs of parallel sides. Rectangle Square Parallelogram A four-sided polygon having all four sides of equal length. Rhombus A four-sided polygon having exactly one pair of parallel sides. Trapezoid Sphere Rectangle Parallelogram Trapezoid Line Symmetry Square Rhombus Geometric Golf Start Here Pentagon Equilateral Triangle c Hexagon Cube Octagon Isosceles Triangle Rectangular prism Pyramid Geometry Golf Name_______________ _____cm 1. Find the perimeter around the board to the nearest cm. ____________ cm 2. Find the area of the board in cm. _________ square cm _____cm Distance to the next hole in cm 1. From Start to 1st hole Draw the Geometric Term and label it. Score How many shoots did it take to get there? _____cm 2. From 1st hole to 2nd hole _____cm 3. From 2nd hole to 3rd hole _____cm 4. From 3rd hole to 4th hole _____cm 5. From 4th hole to 5th hole _____cm 6. From 5th hole to 6th hole _____cm 7. From 6th hole to 7th hole _____cm Total distance = ________ cm Total Score: _______ Geometry Golf How to Play Geometry Golf 1. Find the perimeter around the board to the nearest cm. ____________ cm 2. Find the area of the board in cm. _________ square cm 3. Shuffle cards. Have definition side up. 4. The first player draws the top card. Read the definition. (Do not turn it over yet.) 5. Find the distance from where you are to where you think the answer hole is. Write the cm distance on your sheet of paper. 6. See how many times it takes to hit the circle to the hole. If it goes off the table, add another hit to your score and put the circle back on the board near where it went off. 7. Turn the card over once you reach the hole. Does the card match the hole? If it does not, you must continue hitting the circle to the correct space. Leave the card near the hole. 8. The next player does steps 4 – 7. 9. If you have 2 players then each do 7 holes. If you have 3 players then each will do 5 holes. 10. The winner is the one with the lowest score. Alphabet Symmetry Name___________ I am Sponge Blob Hex Pants. I am symmetrical. The Left side of my body is a mirror image of my right side. Place a mirror vertically on my body to find my line of symmetry. Directions: Look at the letters of the alphabet. Use a mirror to find if the letter has a vertical symmetry, horizontal symmetry, both or none at all. Draw the lines of symmetry on the letter. Organize the letters according to which ones have reflection symmetry into three groups. 1. The letters that have reflection symmetry with a vertical line of symmetry (like the letter A). 2. The letters that have reflection symmetry with a horizontal line of symmetry (like the letter B). 3. The letters that have reflection symmetry with both vertical and horizontal lines of symmetry (like the letter H). ABCDEFGHIJKL MNOPQRSTUVW XYZ Letters with Vertical Symmetry Letters with Horizontal Symmetry GPS (Great Polygon Search) Name ________________ Hide your polygon shape in the grid below. 10 Directions: 1. Put a book between your desk and your partner’s desk so that your partner can not see your grid. 2. Draw a polygon (triangle, square, rectangle, parallelogram, trapezoid, rhombus, pentagon, hexagon, octagon) in the top grid. (See example below.) 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 3 Take turns with your partner using ordered pairs to guess a plotted point. If the point is a hit on a vertex, then put an x at that point. If it is a miss, then circle the point. 4. (3, 2) The first number indicates the number of units to the right of 0. The second number indicates a move up from 0. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 9 10 Plot your partner’s coordinates in the grid below. 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 5. If you know your partners shape, then tell him/her the name of the shape. Identify the ordered pairs of the shape. 2 1 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Name ________________ 1 3 GPS (Great Polygon Search) 2 4 The point where two or more sides of an angle meet. The line segment where faces meet. A twodimensional pattern for a threedimensional solid. The flat surface of a solid figure. A solid figure with six congruent square faces. A solid figure with six rectangular faces. Cube Rectangular Prism Vertex Edge Net Faces The point where two or more sides of an angle meet. The line segment where faces meet. A twodimensional pattern for a threedimensional solid. The flat surface of a solid figure. A solid figure with six congruent square faces. A solid figure with six rectangular faces. Cube Rectangular Prism Vertex Edge Net Faces