It, thanks for watching this video, there's more at embark online, you can tweet me. And there is the pie guy. All right. This is second grade module. Eight lesson three. And in this lesson we're going to continue using attributes things like sides and angles and to in order to draw different polygons using things like triangles, quadrilaterals Pentagon's and hexagons. So the idea is we're gonna just continue using all of those vocabulary words.

So once again, parents and teachers, if you could have the word. Wall or a word Bank something to make all of our students, academic language, learners that's going to help you in this whole module because it's so vocabulary heavy, we also want to kind of teach students what is a polygon by showing them some examples of what's, not a polygon. For example, this first figure is that a polygon.

And the idea would be no it's, not why because it's got some a curvy side and a polygon always has straight sides. It's always closed. It always has the same number of angles as it. Does sides and so that's.

The idea is to continue learning what a polygon is. And in this case, we're contrasting with what is a right here right there? What is a know down here? What is a polygon versus up here?

What is not a polygon? So let's get started. So the idea here parents and teachers is to use a straight edge to draw the polygon that's being told with the given attributes. So it says, draw a polygon with four angles, well, we know from what we've been learning so far that if it has four angles.

Well, that's going to have four sides so let's draw a figure that has four sides. And so let's see let's draw a figure that has four sides as for angles. So one, two, three, four all right now. My figures are not perfectly closed. So parents and teachers you're going to have to clarify to your students like I meant us aiming for closed.

So I was really aiming to make all of my little angles, meet up, nice and perfect and have, you know, four nice, angles, four, nice sides. So parents and teachers, you're gonna. Have to help your kids get past, you know, like getting good enough.

The idea is when he is drawing something, and it sort of looks like it was supposed to be closed that's. What we want is it. Yes, he was aiming for it. So how many sides? Well, of course, it's got six sides and what's, the name of it.

I mean, whoa, four sides and what's. The name of this polygon we're going to call that a quad lateral all right is this the only possible quadrilateral that could have been drawn, no way, there's an infinite number of. Quadrilaterals that could have been drawn. Let's. Do one last example, draw a six-sided polygon.

Oh, my goodness. So a six-sided polygon. So if I'm going to try and draw out Jesus is going to be hard a six-sided polygon. So let's, see one two, no that didn't go straight. Did it three? Four? Five, six all right?

So there you go that's. What I was that's about the best I could do that's. A pretty good six-sided figure. So it's, six sided, polygons, how many angles? Well, it has six angles. Remember, one, two, three, four, five, six. And the name of this is hex gone and I remember hexagon because this is six it's got an X.

And this is an X hexagon. So they both have the letter X in it. So that's, a good way to memorize sited. Figure is a hex gone. So the directions here say use your straight edge to draw two new examples for each figure each polygon and so a quadrilateral with. So of course, we want to draw quadrilateral, and I'm going to zoom in then let's see let's see let's make a 1 2, 3, 4 there's, my quadrilateral I'm, trying to get. Crazy, and since those angles, aren't quite closed, let me kind of finish closing them a little there.

We go. Alright. Now let's draw. Another quadrilateral, oh boy, let's get creative. Oh, I think I'll.

Just 1 2, 3, &, 4 there's, my quadrilateral. And so now it says we are supposed to draw a hex gone. And remember a hexagon has six sides. So let's see let's see if we can get creative with our hexagon, oh let's say, 1 2, 3, 4 5, 6, there's a hexagon that's kind of a fun hexagon. And then oh let's do another one. Let's do let's see can I change my border width.

There we go. Ok. So let's do another hexagon right?

Here, remember it's, 6 sides. So it's got to be a six-sided figure, let's see one, oops, I, don't want to do that I want to do this one. Ok, let's. Do 1 2, 3, 4 5, he's, six there we go that's kind of crazy. So there's, my couple of quadrilaterals here's, a couple of hexagons and that's the idea for this lesson and that wraps up second grade module.

Eight lessons three, we got our students using those basic. Attributes to draw a bunch of different polygons things like triangles, quadrilaterals Pentagon's and hexagons.

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