Explore **planes, points, lines, and angles** in this unit. Hands-on activities will include making use of strings, a collage, magazines, and Twizzlers to work with and identify planes, points, lines, and angles. Worksheets and a video are also included to reinforce the concepts. This unit is designed to last **one week**, depending on how often you teach math.

- A printer and basic printing supplies
- A pencil
- String
- Scissors

Parallel & Perpendicular Collage:

- Posterboard
- String
- Ribbon
- Magazines
- Colored paper
- Newspapers
- Scissors
- Glue

- Posterboard
- Magazines
- Scissors
- Glue
- Markers

Planes, Points, Lines, & Angles:

- Card stock
- Colored pencils or markers
- A ruler

- Twizzers or pretzels and icing
- Newspaper (to cover the table)

- Math Journal
- Notebook paper or plain paper
- A pencil
- Crayons, colored pencils, or markers, if desired
- A hole punch

**Printables**:

- A printer and basic printing supplies
- A pencil

Year 2, Week 26: Points, Lines, & Segments

Year 3, Week 23: Angles & Faces and Week 27: Line Segments

Plane | (no rating) |

While we live in a 3-dimensional world, there are only two dimension on a plane. A plane is a flat surface with no thickness. Learn more about planes and see examples in this short lesson.

Point | (no rating) |

A point is an exact location. Learn more about points in this lesson.

Line | (no rating) |

In this lesson, you will learn about lines that are used in Geometry.

Line Segment | (no rating) |

A line segment is a line with endpoints. Learn why these are important in this lesson.

Ray | (no rating) |

A ray is a line with a start point, but no end point.

Parallel & Perpendicular Lines | (no rating) |

Learn about parallel and perpendicular lines in this lesson.

Anglemania | (no rating) |

Learn about angles in this fun, interactive lesson.

Angle | (no rating) |

An angle is the amount of turn between two lines that have a common end point.

Types of Angles | (no rating) |

Use this resource to learn about different types of angles.

Lines and Strings | (no rating) |

You will be working with lines in this hands-on activity.

Parallel & Perpendicular Line Collage | (no rating) |

Create a collage using only parallel or perpendicular lines.

Angle Hunt | (no rating) |

For this activity, you will search for angles and create a poster of different types of angles.

Planes, Points Lines, & Angles | (no rating) |

Create a chart that defines planes, points, lines, and angles.

Twizzlers Lines & Angles | (no rating) |

Use twizzlers to practice creating lines and angles.

What I Learned This Week | (no rating) |

Hve your child write in the his math journal about things he learned this week.

Lines, Rays, & Line Segments | (no rating) |

Use these pages to show what you've learned about lines, rays, and line segments.

Is it a Line, Ray, or Line Segment? | (no rating) |

Determine whether the drawings on this worksheet are lines, rays, or line segments.

Intersecting Lines | (no rating) |

On this worksheet, you will answer questions about intersecting lines.

Types of Angles Worksheet | (no rating) |

Identify the types of angles on this worksheet.

Identify Right Angles | (no rating) |

Identify the right angles on this worksheet.

Why Use Angles | (no rating) |

Watch this video and learn about different jobs that require the use of angles.

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