Lessons for Shapes

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  • Exact, Similar and Different - … the congruent shapes from the non-congruent shapes first. Then have students look at the non-congruent shapes to identify shapes that are similar. Pre-Assessment: Distribute Which Shapes are … them to compare all of the other shapes to shape A to determine if the shape is exact, similar or different. 11. Observe …
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  • Exploring Symmetry - … observe and manipulate several shapes and construct a definition of a symmetrical shape. Students explore their environment for symmetrical shapes and objects that … properties the shapes several properties of for the two expected at this the two dimensional dimensional shapes. grade level. Sorts shapes. randomly. Sorts most of the shapes into two groups Sorts the shapes into two groups using (one or two shapes
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  • Geometric Transformations - … congruency. Cut two congruent shapes from construction paper. Use an irregular shape. Display two congruent shapes. Tell students that the shapes are congruent. Ask them to explain why the shapes are congruent … by taking two congruent shapes and putting a brass fastener through one corner of the shape. Fasten the shape to a sheet of …
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  • Arty Shapes - … we call these shapes? What can you tell me about that shape? >Why have you chosen to use that shape? >Are all the … satisfied with their pictures, students glue the shapes in place. Session Two: String Shapes with PVA Provide each student with a sheet … of others'. When shapes are complete students can paint over shapes with dye to enhance their work. Session Four: Shape Mobiles Mix salt … using rolling pins and cut a variety of shapes using biscuit cutters. Each shape needs a hole at the top to enable …
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  • Foil Fun - … and 4, where more subtle definitions of shape are used (). Required Resource Materials: solid shapes (cubes, rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, and cylinders … the properties of 3D shapes further by considering the faces of the shapes. You will need solid 3D shapes for the students to … how many different nets they can make with their shape by rolling the shape in different ways. The result should resemble a … foil to make the original shape. Students may want to make more than one solid shape. Foil shapes could be stuffed with something …
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  • Te Whanau Taparau - The Polygon Family - … : Specific Learning Outcomes: investigate properties of symmetry in shapes investigate spatial features of shapes use both English and Te Reo Maori to … , have them explore attributes of various trapezoidal shapes. Have them compare these with non-trapezoidal shapes including quadrilaterals that are oblongs, squares … 2-3, Shaping Up, page 6 Geometry, Level 2-3, Changing Shape, page 7 Geometry, Level 3-4, Getting in Shape, pages 2 …
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  • Shape Search - … can tell me the name of each shape. Point to each of the four shapes, one at a time, and say: Now … to tell me the name of this shape. Students will respond by naming each shape (triangle, square, rectangle, and circle). Learning Activities … walk around the school, looking for shapes. While one student takes notes about what shapes they find and where they find them … come in and share photographs of shapes in their job locations. Students can identify the shapes that they see in the photographs …
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  • Where in the World Are the Shapes? - … background color. If time permits, students will practice making shapes, filling shapes with color and changing the background color. Follow-up: Ask … we were working on, last time we met? (shapes, shape pictures) Who can name the shapes we were using? (square, rectangle, circle, oval … Schools Language Arts Use a piece of literature (i.e. Shapes, Shapes, Shapes) as an extension. SOL K.6b About the Author Erin …
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  • Shape in Dance - … . 2. Introduces the concept of shape and displays the “shape” word card. Leads students in exploring holding shapes alone and with others. Prompts … Assessment: Criteria-based reflection 5-1 Vocabulary Performing Arts: changing shape, fantastic shape, shape (wide, narrow, curved, straight, bent, twisted) Materials and Resources … a movement lesson. We worked with shape in dance. • We made fantastic shapes (freezing in a shape that used head, spine, arms and …
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  • Exploring the Work of Deaf Artists - … . • Demonstrate how to use scissors to cut similar shapes. Students could sketch their shapes before cutting or cut free-hand. OR Demonstrate how to tear the paper carefully into similar shapes. • Ensure that shapes are cut or torn from different coloured sheets of … depth and imagery Elements of design – line, shape, form Use of line in defining shapes and forms and creating movement and depth …
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