Starting off with a Freebie

Hello Everyone!  I am super excited to begin this brand new blog!  (Read about my switch here.)

My goal for this blog to share ideas and resources as well as collaborate with other teachers.  There are so many talented teachers out there, and I can’t wait to get to know more of you!  I love reading comments, and I will always respond to you as soon as I can.

The first post for Elementary Engagement teaching blog includes two free geometry worksheets!

I strongly believe that student engagement is the most important factor to get students where they need to be both academically and personally.  I want my blog to reflect this belief, starting with my blog name. I’m planning to share ideas that proved to be engaging, as well as how I plan to revamp activities that may not have gone as smoothly as planned.

While I was thinking about my first post, I thought I’d start off with a freebie.  🙂

So… I just finished my Spring Break.  I had a lot of fun with family and friends, but I also spent time planning for our final two months of school.  Right before break, we started our geometry unit.  We used a variety of activities to review some vocabulary, including lines, segments, rays, parallel, perpendicular, and intersecting.  I got to thinking that students may have forgotten some of these terms over break, so I created these two worksheets.  I plan on using them as morning work for a quick review.  Click on the pink button below for a free download.

This free worksheet offers great practice with geometry concepts.

This free worksheet offers great practice with geometry concepts.

I would love to have you start following my new blog!  If you decide to follow me here, there is no need to continue following my old blog, Fit to be Fourth.  I have officially changed over my blog and social media sites.  

These two worksheets are a free download on this post!

Thank you!

Teaching blogger for elementary teachers

Mary Wingert, licensed educator (K-12 Special Ed. & 1-8 General Ed)

I started teaching in 1993.   I have taught special education, fifth grade, and fourth grade.  I moved to second grade in 2015, and I am still there today.  

I believe in teaching strategies that are effective, differentiated, and engaging. I am looking forward to building a community of teachers who feels the same!  Read more here.