Here’s a fun set of free activities for teaching 3D Shapes (solids)! We had so much fun with our 2D shape activities, that I decided we needed a 3D set to go along with it. We’re just getting started with 3D shapes for Jaida, my first grader, so this is a fun set to introduce …
This is a set of 15 simple puzzles that have students match 3-D shapes with real-world examples. The shapes included are sphere, cube, cone, cylinder, and rectangular prism.These puzzles are easy to prepare! Print them on cardstock, cut out, and laminate them for durability.
This book is the perfect way to introduce 3-D shapes in a kindergarten or first grade classroom. It uses real world objects introduce the geometry terms sphere, cone, cylinder, cube, rectangular prism and pyramids. Samantha Learning with a Happy Heart This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
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Shape Sorting: Place the Circles and Squares Into The Correct Category
**FREE** Shape Sorting: Place the circles and squares into the correct category worksheet. Practice learning the differences between square objects and circle objects by sorting them into different categories.
This is a set of 8 shape poems:~circle~square~rectangle~triangle~star~heart~oval~diamondI have included two versions of each poem: a full sheet version and then a version to cut and put in poetry or math journals.I hope you enjoy my product. If you are unhappy in any way, please contact me right away and I will do my best to make it right.I appreciate your support!