There are lots of math terms that kids are taught. And a lot of these can be confusing to them. I that charts and wall cards can provide help with these things.
Today I have some fun free Array and Line Wall Cards. These are some basic cards to help introduce some new geometry for kids.
Each of the wall cards has one vocabulary word to help them learn more about these geometry terms.
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You are going to have 9 wall cards with math terms for angles and lines. These are great for displaying them when kids are learning these new math terms.
We have printed ours on colored cardstock. I like to color-code out math terms. It makes it easier. You can see three of the cards here.
Things to use with the Angles & Line Wall Cards
These are some of the things we have used with the wall cards.
- copy paper
- color cardstock
- white cardstock
- laminating pouches
- shape pattern blocks
Ways to use these Angles & Line Wall Cards
You can use take the wall cards and use them as something to help find angles around you. It is fun to see what in the room might have those angles.
You can also make a book out of the cards. You print the wall cards on regular white or color paper. Then you fold the paper in half. Making sure that the blank side of the paper is on the inside of the fold.
Then you staple the pages together. I like to put 4 or 5 staples to make sure it will hold well.
Now we have a fun double-sided book you can flip through to review angles and lines.
What you will find in the Angles & Lines Wall Cards
- One math term per wall card for working on geometry with angles and lines
- Picture of math term
- Math term name
- A definition of the math term
- 9 wall cards
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