Types of Triangles Anchor Chart - This mini anchor chart is the perfect size to fit in your student's interactive math journals. It is a great reference tool for them to remember the difference between acute, right, and obtuse triangles.
Practice identifying, classifying, or describing the different types of triangles.- equilateral, isosceles, or scalene- right, obtuse, or acuteThese worksheets are a copyrighted material of:https://www.biglearners.com/
Geometry: Classifying Triangles - **TeacherSherpa Exclusive** Use this Foldable activity to classify the different types of triangles! Simply cut the strips between each term, then, glue to the second page where it says, "Glue Here." Easy! There is a place for students to write the definition of each term and draw and illustration of each term. Perfect to make and take to review or to place in an interactive notebook. #teachersherpa
poster about different types of triangles. Can also be printed out at a smaller size (as a hand out) to help students understand the difference in triangles. Shows the difference between: Equilateral, Isoceles, Scalene as well as Right, Acute and Obtuse.
Another superior high school math lesson! Big Idea: Students learn about the different types of triangles, the relationships between the interior and exterior angles of a triangle, and apply their knowledge to numerical problems and constructions.