Geometry and Spatial Sense

Be sure to check out the Guide to Effective Instruction Geometry and Spatial Sense, Grades 4 to 6 for help with planning and instruction.

1. Universigeometryty of Waterloo Invitations to Mathematics resources – main website (, The Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing (2010)

Investigations in Geometry: “Pattern and Colour”, Grade 4

Investigations in Geometry: “We’re in Great Shape”, Grade 5

Investigations in Geometry: “Net Quest”, Grade 6

2. Geometry Glog – Check out my Glogster page for activities and links that relate to this math strand!

3. Geometry Links – an extensive list of websites, c/o the Illuminations website

4. Geometer’s Sketchpad Resources

5. Polygon Puzzlers – A unit for Grades 4/5 created in 2001 by Ontario teachers who designed the resource with the Ontario Curriculum Unit Planner.

6. Polygon Quilt Game / Polygon Quilt Game Mat – Students have fun while combining and transforming basic geometric shapes – a great activity for starting off a unit or lesson that all students will enjoy and be able to participate.

7. Symmetry Around the World Webquest

8. Lesson – Investigating Tessellations Using Activity Pattern Blocks (

9. Symmetry and Tessellations Activity Links (Jill Britton)

10. Polyhedra in the Classroom (

11. Tantalizing Tessellations! (an integrated math, language, and visual arts unit, create by


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