Geometry Pictionary

Teachers and/or students could create a math pictionary by taking pictures to represent vocabulary or concepts in math. Here is an example of a geometry pictionary:

Acute angles

Can you find the acute angles in this picture?

Click on the picture to see the answer.

What is the definition of an acute angle?

Obtuse angles

 

Can you find the obtuse angle on the arm of the basketball player?

Click on the picture to see the answer.

What is the definition of an obtuse angle?

Parallel lines

Can you find the parallel lines in this picture?

Click on the picture to see the answer.

What is the definition of a parallel line?

Right Angles

Can you find the right angles in this floor plan?

Click on the picture to see the answer.

What is the definition of a right angle?

Rotational symmetry

Does this fountain have rotational symmetry? Why or why not?

Click on the picture to find out the answer.

What is the definition of rotational symmetry?

Trapezoid

 

Can you find the trapezoids in this picture?

Click on the picture to see the answer.

What is the definition of a trapezoid?

Triangle

Can you find the triangle in this picture?

Click on the picture to see the answer.

What is the definition of a triangle?

 

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