Rectangles Rhomboids Parallelograms

My daughter uses her Maths Mini Office regularly for reference while she does her rectangles rhomboids parallelogramswork.  As she learns new Maths themes, I  create new pages for her work.  Her latest geometry studies covers quadrilaterals, rectangles, rhomboids, squares & parallelograms.

You are welcome to download your free page ~ Rectangles rhomboids & parallelograms

A Mini Office is a handy reference – a file folder, laminated for durability , or a simple file with plastic page protectors.  I find that once a student practices enough with a formula or geometric principles, they no longer need the reference page.  It is also an excellent tool for review and revision.  Students who struggle and require remedial work, find reference pages very reassuring.

Have you found ways to help your maths student?  Any topics you wish to see included in a Mini Office reference page?  Please share in the comments below.

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3 thoughts on “Rectangles Rhomboids Parallelograms

  1. That is so sweet of you to share your things with so many of us for free. It has always been a treat to see what you all are doing. We have touched on those a little, I think, but I am pretty sure they are coming up more in the next scholastic year for our son. *smile* Lately we have been encouraging writing original work rather than basing our stories on what we have read somewhere else that we really liked. *smile* I had better get going for now. Pet care for the night needs to be cared for by our daughter. *smile* Sincerely, Mommy of two growing blessings & so much more!

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