Google Images (type in circle)
Brain Pop
Discovery Videos
Saxon Math Book (Course 2) pg. 851 (in the glossary)

Definition

Circle- A circle is a closed, curved shape in which all points are the same distance from its center.
Circumference- the perimeter of a circle
Radius- the distance from the center of a circle or sphere to a point on the circle or a sphere
Semicircle- a half circle
Diameter- the diameter across a circle through its center

Using Circles

We use circles alot of places. When you are drawing, you can draw a circle. Many items are shaped like a circle.
Some of our food are shaped like circles. We see circles everywhere we look!

Your team will edit this page to teach your concept. Find the best resources (videos, games, quizzes, interactive manipuatives), insert digital pictures, include vocabulary (you may use links), include formulas, and uses of this concept. Give credit to each resource that you use. Resource links are listed on the main page.

## Here are pictures of some circles!

VideosCircle Video(For the circle video you need to log into brain pop to watch it.)

Discovery Videos(You might need to log in to this site to watch.)

Circle GameGameshttp://www.freeonlinecalculator.net/calculators/geometry-plane/circle.php

Google Images (type in circle)ResourcesBrain Pop

Discovery Videos

Saxon Math Book (Course 2) pg. 851 (in the glossary)

## Definition

Circle- A circle is a closed, curved shape in which all points are the same distance from its center.Circumference- the perimeter of a circle

Radius- the distance from the center of a circle or sphere to a point on the circle or a sphere

Semicircle- a half circle

Diameter- the diameter across a circle through its center

We use circles alot of places. When you are drawing, you can draw a circle. Many items are shaped like a circle.Using CirclesSome of our food are shaped like circles. We see circles everywhere we look!

## Quiz

Power Point Quiz

Your team will edit this page to teach your concept. Find the best resources (videos, games, quizzes, interactive manipuatives), insert digital pictures, include vocabulary (you may use links), include formulas, and uses of this concept. Give credit to each resource that you use. Resource links are listed on the main page.Instructions That We Had To Do## BY:

## Meg Yukishige

## Melanie Alarcon

## Daniel Reed

## Darius Slayton