Geometry Layered Curriculum
Shiloh Crawford
Derfelt E.S
Las Vegas, Nevada

Objective: Identify, describe, and classify two and three dimensional figures by properties including vertices, edges, and faces.

"A" Level Activities: Choose activities from each day for a maximum of 70 points.

Day 1:

1. Listen to the lesson on 3-dimensional figures. 5 points

2. Read pgs. 408-409 finish problems 1-6 on pg. 409 and 7-14 on pg.410. 5 points

3. Using the Net Sheets follow the directions and create 3-D Figures. In your math journal write the number of faces, edges, and vertices.5 points

4. Make flash cards for seven different 3-d figures. Include the Name, a picture, the number of faces, edges and vertices on the card. 5 points

Day 2:

1. Listen to the lesson on 2 dimensional figures. 5 points

2. Complete the problems on pg. 413 and 414 all. 10 points

3. Create a picture using only polygons color it and make it attractive. Include as many different polygons as possible.10 points

4. On geoboards create a pentagon, hexagon, and octagon. In your math journal label and describe each figure in words...15 points

Day 3:

1. Listen to the lesson on geometry. 5 points

2. Complete the problems on pg. 415 all. 10 points

3. Use cubes to make 2 3-d figures and 2 2-d figures draw and label them in your journal and find the faces edges and vertices of the 3-d figures. 10 points

4. Complete worksheet. 15 points

"B" Level Activities - Choose only 1.

Day 4:

1. Make up a song using the tune from any song of your choice to explain 2-dimensional figures and polygons.. 15 points

2. Develop a game that would help people to remember 3-d figures and their properties (faces, edges and vertices) 15 points

3. Make up a dance to show the meaning 3-d and 2-d figures. 15 points

"A" Level Activities - Choose only 1.

For these activities you may work alone, with a partner or with a group.

1. Create an ABC book where geometry is the main theme. 15 points

2. Write a play or a story in which geometry is the main character. The character must represent its definition the properties of the figure. Be willing to share with the class. You may use anything in the class or from home to design the props or costumes. 15 points

3. Create a comic book in which area is the 3-d figures are the characters. The characters must represent its definition and properties.15 points

Grading Scale

> 85 points = A > 70 points = B > 55 points = C

Anything less is unacceptable.