Monday, January 24, 2011


The third AND fourth graders have begun units on Geometry. Here is an Animoto introduction to the third grade unit.

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Please comment! What are some things you like about Geometry and Measurement? How do you use Geometry or Measurement in your daily life?


  1. Dear Class,
    Geometry is one of my favorite studies. Geometry is everywhere and right angles. You just have to look very sharply and you will find many different shapes, angles, parallel lines and more.

    Shark Fin

  2. Dear Mr.Pahl
    If we keep on doing this geometry unit I think I will get better at geometry because before we ever started this unit ive been having alot of trouble with geometry.

  3. Dear Mr.Pahl,
    I think that video is very nice. I was wondering if we can help the 3rd graders on geometry so they can get to know geometry better. That’s all I got to say.
    Sincerely,Little Animal

  4. Dear Mr. Pahl,
    I think it is wonderful that we are finally getting into fractions and geometry. I will work my hardest!

    Puppy Dogs

  5. Dear Mr. Pahl,
    I will improve on the vocabulary test. I am glad i have you for a teacher or i wouldn't have a chance

    Sincerely, Puppy Dogs

  6. Dear Mr.Pahl,
    I can't wait to learn geometry! I know we did it a little bit last year but I forgot some of the things we learned. I really want to learn more about perpendicular,parellel and all that stuff. Sincerely,Sillyband

  7. That geometry video is very good at teling people what geometry is. And it's not very long. That is a great video.



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