Smartboard Triangles Lessons and Activities

Hello math teachers! Here you will find smartboard lessons dealing with triangles. All you have to do is just click a link and it will take you to a place to preview/download the lesson. Make your classroom fun with these smartboard triangle activities! A lot of them are the same concepts with classifying triangles, angles, etc. but the smartboard lessons are completely different so make sure you check them all out. You can also download them and edit them the way you want.

Classifying Triangles Smartboard Lesson

Discusses equilateral, isosceles, scalene, right, obtuse, and acute triangles. It also discusses relationships between each triangle.

Types of Triangles [SMART Notebook lesson]
Students will identify attributes of the six types of triangles.

Classify Triangles
[SMART Notebook lesson]
Students will learn how to classify triangles by looking at side length and angle measures.
Subject: Mathematics
Grade: Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6

Classifying Triangles
[SMART Notebook lesson]
Classifying triangles based upon the length of their sides and angles.
Subject: Mathematics

Triangle Trio
[SMART Notebook lesson]
Students will review the three main types of triangles with many interactive games and shape sorts.
Grade: Grade 4, Grade 5

Transform triangles smartboard lesson

Transforming triangles: Lesson Activity

Triangle Sort
[SMART Notebook lesson]
Sorting triangles based on angle measurements.
Grade: Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5

Exploring Triangles
[SMART Notebook lesson]
Classifying triangles by length of sides and and angles

Special Right Triangles
[SMART Notebook lesson]
Students find the missing side of 45-45-90, and 30-60-90 special right triangles using Pythagorean Theorem, then recognize the patterns. Using that information, students derive the formulas for special right triangles.

Am I a Triangle?
[SMART Notebook lesson]
This is a quick game to decide if three sides create a triangle.

Area of a Triangle
[SMART Notebook lesson]
Learn the formula for finding the area of a triangle. Practice what you have learned, using examples created for visual and kinesthetic learners.
Subject: Mathematics
Grade: Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9

Classifying, Identifying, and Constructing Triangles
[SMART Notebook lesson]
These activities explores the classification of triangles.
Subject: Mathematics
Grade: Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12