```Title
Triangle Bingo
Strand
Standard,
Benchmarks &amp; I
can statement
5th
Outcome
Time
Recommended:
Materials
needed:
Vocabulary:
Hawaiian
vocabulary:
Options:
Geometry and Spatial Sense
Standard 5: PROPERTIES AND RELATIONSHIPS: Analyze
properties of objects and relationships among the properties
MA.5.5.2 Apply the understanding that the sum of the measures
of the angles in any triangle is 180&deg;.
I can statement: I can find the measurement of the unknown
angle of a triangle when two of the angle measures are known.
Create Bingo cards
45 minutes
Printing- optional- 1 Bingo Board per student
Materials- paper, scissors, pens, coins or some kind of marker for
Bingo, 5 index cards per student
Skills – Identify acute, right and obtuse angles. See Webquest
What’s the Angle for 4th grade.
Equipment (beside computer) –
huinakolu
Triangle
huinakolu`oi
Acute triangle
Right triangle
huinakolu peleleu
Obtuse triangle
Equilateral triangle
huinakolu `elua `ao`ao like
Isosceles triangle
Scalene triangle
Students can draw their own Bingo Board or use the template on the
Product Explanation sheet.
You can choose to have student play bingo in groups or to play as a
class.
-This WebQuest covers the sum of the angles of a triangle and
classifying triangles by their angles, but also includes how triangles
can be classified by their sides: equilateral, isosceles, and scalene.
-Make sure that students fill in their Bingo boards differently from
one another so that the game works well.
• Homework – You can choose to assign the bingo cards for
homework and play bingo on the following day.
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