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AMANDA PICKRELL

Student Instructions

Stained Glass Windows - Part 1

1. Create a drawing for your stained glass window. You will do this on paper first. 2. Use the photo tool to take a photo of your drawing or upload it to Seesaw. 3. Use the label tool to label your drawing. You might also find the shapes menu helpful. 4. Record yourself describing the geometric elements and point them out using the pointer tool. Your drawing must: • Include at least 1 pair of parallel lines. • Include at least 1 pair of perpendicular lines. • Include 1 of each type of quadrilateral (there are 5!). • Include an acute angle, an obtuse angle, and a right angle. • Include 2 more angles. One should be 32° and the other 117°. • Include color in all the blank spaces. • No 2 adjacent spaces can have the same color. • You can use the following colors: Pink, Light Blue, Red, Dark Green, Dark Blue, Light Purple, Dark Purple, Dark Yellow, Light Yellow, Light Green, Orange.

4th Grade, English Language Arts, History, Art
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We are doing a Middle Ages study from the CKLA units for 4th grade. Our students were fascinated with the windows, so we are having them create their own. We wanted to include relevant geometry drawing and terms as well. Check out Part 2 for the materials and procedures!