This section contains geometric shaped printable Christmas and holiday ornaments which can be useful for teachers of math. I think a good activity might be to have children print and color each geometric shape ornament, color and decorate then identify the shape...not necessarily in that order.
Large images for creating giant, over-sized ornaments for decorating the classroom, Christmas tree, house or yard while learning mathematical shapes.
Look around. Everything built of concrete, wood or straw involves use of one or a combination of geometric shapes. Houses are convinations of squares, rectangles and triangles. Some houses have round windows or are constructed using the geodesic dome. The Disneyworld theme park in Orlando Florida features a huge geodesic dome which resembles a giant golf-ball.
Combo Shapes Circle Cone Decagon Decagram Dodecagon Dodecagram Enneagram Hendecagon Heptagon Heptadecagon Heptagram Hexagon Hexagram Icosagon Isoceles Nonagon Octagon Octagram Oval Parallelogram Pentadecagon Pentagon Pentagram Quadrilateral Rectangle Rhomboid Rhombus Spirals Square Trapezoid Triangles Tridecagon Tetradecagon