### Glencoe

Test your knowledge of angles.

### Facade

Enter your birthday to find out where in pi you're located.

### Math Frog

Print the warm up and follow up activities, and practice on the site.

### Learning Wave

Learn to classify triangles by their sides and angles.

### NLVM

Construct congruent triangles using Side Side Side, Side Angle Side, and Angle Side Angle. Be sure to click the buttons at the bottom so you get practice with all three ways.

### YTMND

This is the song you want to listen to over and over. :)

### AAA Math

Scroll down to find practice on classifying triangles by sides and angles as well as many other topics.

Learn to use a compass to make more than circles!

### A Plus Math

Practice identifying geometric shapes.

### BrainPop

You'll need the school username and password to access these lessons. Go to Math, then find your topic.

### Ambleside

Use this site to learn the names of various two and three dimensional figures. Click one or the other drop downs, name the figure, and click to check your answer.

### Mrs. Glossar's Math Goodies

Learn to calculate the area of a triangle

### NLVM

Interact with polygons to discover how rotations change as you move the original, the degree of rotation, and the point of origin.

### Wikipedia

This site gives a great visual of the ratio of diameter to circumference.

### Lexington Public Schools

Use this PPT to get a complete explanation, examples, and problems to solve involving finding the area of rectangles and parallelograms.

### AAA Math

Learn about complimentary angles and complete practice games.

This site explains the four quadrants and other aspects of a Cartesian plane. You'll then have the chance to graph ordered pairs and to name some too.

### Eve and Ersson

If you're entering the pi reciting contest, here's a good site to practice.

### Adrian Bruce

Scroll down to find all sorts of symmetry links.

### NLVM

Use this geoboard to create 3d figures.

### Quia

Play concentration, matching, flash cards, and word search games in order to study geometry terms.

This site gives you the formula and an illustration of how to find the area of a trapezoid. Be warned! There's also hight school material on here. Don't freak out. Just look at the first formula and the diagram.

### Free Math Help

Look here for lots of links and also a chance to ask an expert or peer for homework help.

### Kidport

Manipulate a protractor to measure various angles. This site is not as precice as Ambleside.

### Math is Fun

This is a great place to come study the formulas for finding the areas of trapezoids, triangles, parallelograms, and some shapes you haven't even learned yet!

### APlusMath

Match geometric shapes to their names.

### AAA Math

Learn about supplementary Angles and play practice games.

### Freewebs.com

This site has lots of interesting information on it. You only have permission to go to the chat feature if your parents give it to you.

### Ambleside

Learn to use a protractor to measure angles. This site gives detailed directions and examples.

### Math Frog

Be sure to print the activity, then plan the game to learn about area and perimeter of triangles and rectangles.

### Shodor

Calculate the area of irregular shapes. (no triangles)

### Quia

At this site you can play matching, concentration, and word search angle games.

### BBC

A fun game to practice transformations. Be aware that this is a British program, so they say anti-clockwise instead of counterclockwise. Make sure you know our version of the word!

### Fact Monster

Play this fun game to practice finding the area of a circle.

### Mrs. Glossar's Math Goodies

Learn to calculate the area of circles.

### AAA Math

Practice calculating the area of a parallelogram.

### Math Frog

Go to KIDZ, Grade 6, and Golf. This game is challenging because it's arranged in a 360 degree format with zero at the top. The printable sheet is excellent for angle estimation practice.

### Shodor Interactive

This site will allow you to graph ordered pairs or functions.

### AAA Math

This site gives an explanation of how to find the area of a trapezoid and offers a chance to practice. It also proves the theory that Jacob H. and I have that it doesn't matter whether you find the average of the lengths of the parallel sides, then multiply by height, or add, multiply, then divide by two.

### Kidport

Improve angle sense by using a protractor to compare angle measures.

### Math Frog

Use transformations to play golf. Go to student, grade 6, and scroll down to the game. As you play, pay particular attention to what happens to the ordered pairs as you rotate.

### Math Goodies

Explanations, examples, and self checking problems.

### Ambleside

Use a virtual protractor to measure angles.

### Shodor

Practice finding the area of a triangle on a coordinate plane.

### Math is Fun

Learn about various types of polygons, their names, and the measures of their internal angles.

### Homeschool Math

This site is full of interactive geometry and measurement sites.

### Regents

This site will give you several questions to answer to help you visualize rotations.

### Lexington Public Schools

This site is great for a beginning of unit review.

### Shodor

Explore the these transformations on a cartesian plane.

### John Shepler

Read on to learn more about our new favorite number.

### Mrs. Glossar's Math Goodies

Figure the circumference of circles here.

### NLVM

Click clear, and you can practice whatever type of reflection you like. If you click on the List Activities option in the top right corner, there is a reflecting over a line segment activity to try.

### ytmnd.com

You just hafta click it.

### NLVM

Manipulate space figures to learn about the relationship between the number of sides, edges, and verteces.

### Joy of Pi

This site has lots of fun facts and activities having to do with pi.