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## Texas Go Math Grade 2 Unit 4 Answer Key Geometry and Measurement

**Show What You Know**

**Check your understanding of important skills**

**Order Length**

Question 1.

Order from shortest to longest. Write 1, 2, 3.

Answer:

Explanation:

I wrote the numbers for the according to their lengths from shortest to longest.The green pencil is shortest, the blue pencil is longerthan green pencil and the yellow pencil is longest pencil.

**Time to the Hour**

**Write the time shown on the clock.**

Question 2.

Answer:

Explanation:

The time the clock shows is 11:00.

Question 3.

Answer:

Explanation:

The time the clock shows is 05:00.

**Identify Two-Dimensional Shapes**

Question 4.

Draw a loop around the rectangles. Draw an X on the triangles.

Answer:

Explanation:

I circled the rectangles and marked X on the triangles.

**FAMILY NOTE:** This page checks your child’s understanding of important skills needed for success in Unit 4.

**Vocabulary Builder**

**Visualize It**

Fill in the graphic organizer to describe the lengths of different objects.

Answer:

**Understand Vocabulary**

Use review words. Complete the sentences.

Review Words

length

longer

shorter

longest

shortest

Question 1.

The blue pencil is the __________________ pencil.

Answer:

The blue pencil is the longest pencil.

Question 2.

The red pencil is the ___________________ pencil.

Answer:

The red pencil is the shortest pencil.

Question 3.

The red pencil is __________________ than the yellow pencil.

Answer:

The red pencil is shorter than the yellow pencil.

Question 4.

The blue pencil is _________________ than the yellow pencil.

Answer:

The blue pencil is longer than the yellow pencil.

**Vocabulary Reader**

Figures

written by Mary Gobles

This Take-Home Book belongs to

Answer:

We’re on our way. It is sure to be fun. But I promised my mom, I’ll get my math homework done.

Answer:

What do the homework directions say to do?

Answer:

I found the first figure, it has sides 1, 2, 3. Yes, it’s a triangle above a door. Circle the figure, then you can find A figure with sides 1, 2, 3, 4.

Answer:

Explanation:

I circled the door as it is in the shape of rectangle.

As we rode along, I saw from the cab A very tall building we’d pass.

I looked at its windows, each one the same shape.

They were squares that were made out of glass!

Circle a square.

Answer:

Explanation:

I circled one of the window a sit is in the shape of square.

A 5-sided figure was hard to find But there on the lightpost I could see A pentagon right in the middle.

Circle the figure for me.

Answer:

Explanation:

I circled the traffic sign board as ot is in the shape of pentagon.

The last figure to find is one that is common.

Rectangle is the figure’s name.

When I found it I shouted, ‘Hip, hip hurrah!

Mom, this was such a fun game.”

Circle a rectangle.

Answer:

Explanation:

the large window is in the shape of rectangle.

We got to the park, and I could play. My math homework was all done! I liked finding figures, and so I continued To find figures while having some fun!

What figures do you see ¡n the park?

Answer:

In the park there are different shapes, they are rectangle, square, triangle and circle.

**Write about the Math**

**Write Math** Look at the shapes. Draw a picture that has these shapes in it. Write a story about your picture.

Answer:

Explanation:

John has a house made of different.The door in the shape of rectangle, window in the shape of square, the top of the house in the shape of traingle and a pentagon at the top.

**Describing Shapes**

Use the picture to answer the questions.

Question 1.

Where do you see rectangles in the picture?

Answer:

Doors and windows are in the shape of rectangles.

Question 2.

How many sides does one rectangle have?

_______ sides

Answer:

A rectangle has 4 sides.

Question 3.

Look at the large window above the doors. How many small rectangles are in the first three rows of the rectangles?

_____________ small rectangles

Answer:

There are 18 small rectangles in the first three rows of the rectangles.

Question 4.

Look at the face of the clock. How many sides does it have?

________ sides

Answer:

The clock has 6 sides.

**Math Board** Draw some shapes with straight sides. Have a classmate describe and name each shape.

Answer:

Explanation:

I drew three more shapes they are circle, rhombus and hexagon.