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#### Lessons for Shapes

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• Magical Shapes - … using concrete materials. Materials -Chalkboard -Chart labled MOVING SHAPES. -Cut-outs of shapes: 10 large construction paper cut-outs of triangles, squares … call this lesson Magic Shapes because we are going to change the appearance of shapes by moving the shapes around. We are also … make a picture. 2. Review shapes. Hold up the shape cut-outs and have students say the shape names as quickly as they … the same size and shape. Proceed in the same manner with the other shapes. Point out the only shape that keeps the same …
• Circles and Cylinders - … P): Give the area formulae for the basic shapes which make up this compound shape. P3: For the rectangle with sides a … : So what are the areas of these two shapes? and similarly with shapes A and C. 16 mins 3 Calculating the area … you think you had to cut out this shape? When have we cut out shapes before? (When we looked at nets of … folded? Try to make the 3-D shape. T: So we have a can shape that we'll refer to as a …
• Nets and Surface Area - … a volunteer P to name the next shape, agrees and uncovers the name, shape by shape. Then T covers the NAMES again, and … . Verbal checking with explanations listing properties of the shapes. Agreement, feedback, selfcorrection, praising, shape by shape. 33 mins Â© CIMT, University of Exeter Mathematics … by the 'faces' of these shapes? (The 2-D shapes which cover each 3-D shape) T: What shape are the faces of a …
• What's in a Shape? - … pattern block shapes to make different shapes and patterns. Sort and classify the shapes. Interview another students about how they made their shape project … butterfly; identifying lines of symmetry using pattern block shapes, recording results in pattern shape books; independently designing and creating own snowflake using … to project what the pattern will look like 10 shapes later, 15 shapes later, etc. Students will practice projecting what a pattern …