Lessons for Shapes

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  • Geo Shapes - … Geoboards and geobands Geo Shapes (pdf) Wikki Stix Toothpicks Mini marshmallows Pocket Chart Shape Category Cards Shape Pictures for sorting Shape Sort Book (pdf … on the arrays to create shapes by combining the shapes they have used on the geoboards. Wikki Shapes Provide Wikki Stix (or pipe … geometric shapes to make other shapes. Use the Wikki Stix to assess if the students can name the shapes they create. Using the shape
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  • Fold and Cut - … looking shapes with 4 straight sides 4 different looking shapes with more than 4 straight sides Place these shapes into three piles. 1. Shapes with 3 straight sides 2. Shapes with 4 straight sides 3. Shapes with more than …
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  • Shape Makers - … . Some possibilities are: colour; shapes with 3, 4, 5 or 6 sides; shapes that are round and shapes that aren't. Let the … students focus on the shapes around them and the number of sides the shapes have. I spy a shape with four sides. You … say which shape they thought it was. Then reveal the hidden shape. Is this the shape you were expecting? Secretly change the shape in … chosen to go next? Why did you choose that shape? Session 5: Shape makers In this session we use loops of string …
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  • Shapes!! - … air. - Which shape has three corners? - Which shape is round? - Which shape has four sides that are all the same? - Which shape is made of small triangles? - Which shape has no straight edges? - Which shape has five corners? - Which shape has four sides that look different? - Which shape has three …
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  • I've Seen That Shape Before - … 's not a perfect representation of that shape recognize shapes when they are combined with other shapes Materials 4 sets of physical models … pasting the matching name and shape cards from Shape Cards Sheet and Name Cards Sheet. Solid Shapes Outside the Classroom Take the class … their shapes. Or they can try to find the most shapes in a given time. Shapes on the Web Have students identify shapes they …
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  • Shape Poems: Using the Five Senses - … shape you chose. (If you drew a shape on the board, write those words inside the shape. If you are projecting the interactive Shape … and revising) Show students the options for shape poems on the interactive Shape Poems tool. (Shapes are divided into the following categories: Nature, Sports, Celebrations, and School. Sample shapes include a sun …
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  • Shape Poems: Writing Extraordinary Poems About Ordinary Objects - … to compare this poem with their original ideas about shape poems. Is a shape poem what the class suggested it was? If … format of a shape poem, choose the "Select Shape" link and briefly note the variety of shapes offered. Click on the shape that you … students choose "Select Shape," and then select either the same shape used for the class poem or a different shape of their own … their ideas and compose poems that compare the two shapes. The printed shape poems can be displayed side by side to emphasize …
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  • Teaching Shapes Using Read-Alouds, Visualization, and Sketch to Stretch - … texts to make their own creations using shapes and patterns Compare their use of shape and pattern in classroom discussions Connect with … about the different shapes, asking them questions such as: What shapes can be used in making a snowman? What shapes, other than a … . Questions you might ask include: What shapes were the same in both stories? What shapes were different? Did you notice patterns in … "swallowed a hat" page. Ask them what shapes they see and what other shapes hats might be made of. Ask students to …
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  • Light Passages - … not have symmetry? Asymmetrical. What happens to the shapes in symmetrical designs? The shapes or designs are repeated or show balance. Instructional … simple number patterns and extends similar patterns with shapes. Response: Achieved number and shape ____Achieved one pattern___ Insufficient ____ 5. Student matches … modify nouns (jerky lines, glowing colors, prickly texture, curvy shapes, jagged shapes, or glowing light). Use metaphors and analogies (these colors are …
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  • Explorations with Shapes - … , Shape Mats Attachment: 6 Explorations with Shapes Kindergarten Attachment A Shape Mats Name SQUARES TRIANGLES 7 Explorations with Shapes Kindergarten Attachment A (Continued) Shape Mats Name RED BLUE 8 Explorations with Shapes Kindergarten Attachment A (Continued) Shape Mats Name …
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