Looks fun: A, Bee, C, Preschool: Building Shapes. Kindergarten readiness: Colored craft sticks are labeled with the number of sides each shape has, ie: 3 purple sticks - triangle. The children will choose a color and build the matching colored shape from
-Apply transformations and use symmetry to analyze mathematical situations. -Use visualization, spatial reasoning, and geometric modeling to solve problems. Teaching shapes through various *FREE* activities such as geoboards and shape hunts!
Audience: First Grade. Behavior: Classify shapes using informal geometric language. I would introduce some familiar shapes and ask the students to identify how many sides and vertices using an anchor chart.
Seriously FUN Ways to Teach Shapes
Find lots of fun ways to teach geometry and shapes in this post ideal for Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade students. Download this FREE Munchie Math page for students to identify shapes, sides, and vertices. It's a fun addition to your shapes activities that your kids will love! I found all of these shape crackers at Dollar Tree. | free classroom resources