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• Questions and Answers About Judith Baca's OLYMPIC CHAMPIONS, 1948-1964, BREAKING BARRIERS - … defined edges. Students learn that negative shapes are defined by positive shapes. Students learn how to define shapes clearly and implicitly. Students learn … you will begin by analyzing shapes in artworks. Explain that a shape is a defined area. A shape may or may not depict … classmates about their shapes. Items for a Protest and Persuasion Portfolio might include: negative shape sketches from reproductions one shape defined in three …
• Ryan Cowan - … Shapes??????????? Grade: Kindergarten Topic: Shapes/Math???????????????????????????????????????????????????? Time: 1 hour Goal: To be able to recognize plane shapes. Objectives:? 1. The learner will classify shapes … difference between a circle and the other shapes? 3. Which shape has three sides? 4. Which shape has four sides? 5. What is … Shapes Grade: Kindergarten Topic: Shapes/Science Time: 1 hour Goal: Students will be able to sort shapes base on one physical attribute (color, shape
• It'S a Perfect Fit-Part 1 (Getting Into Shapes) - … circular arrangement. Reproduce Activity Sheet: Shape Cards and cut out the rectangle containing each shape. Give one shape to each student. Call on … their shapes and if their shapes have the same attributes, have them place their shapes next to the shape in the circle. Leave the shapes … a geoboard to have students make shapes. Have the students make "shape books" that resemble the various shapes including circle, square, rectangle, and …
• Patterns on Parade - … in more than one way, color words, shape words, first letters of the shapes or colors. Then those two also print their … and/or plastic thick pattern blocks, construction paper shapes that match color, size, and shape of the actual pattern blocks, glue sticks … the eraser icon and how to simply drag a shape back to the shape bin . "Let s see what happens if I … unit{see initiating activity} and others: Legos, beads, magnet shapes of varied shapes, colors, and size), plastic and/or wooden pattern blocks …