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TYPES OF LINES SONG & MUSIC VIDEO ★ Parallel, Perpendicular, and Intersecting Lines ★ Save 70% by buying our full library of lesson materials and animated videos: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Math-Worksheets-2200780 <-- Link Works

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Kindergarten students are beginning the year by learning about different types of lines and the emotional qualities associated with them. After practicing making different types of marks in their sketchbooks, students filled in a life size outline of their bodies with as many different types of lines as they could think of. The kids are in the process of painting their projects with tempera cakes.

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This is a FREE PDF download that you can use to help solidify all the different types of lines and angles for your students! Just have your kids us...

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PATTERNS AND LINES || we had a super busy day today, but managed to find a few minutes for miss4 and I to talk about different types of lines. We drew zig zags, spirals, diagonal, straight and curvy lines. I had planned for us to then use our scissors to cut along the lines, but miss4 had other plans. She decided we would paste stickers along the lines, making alternating patterns. Lots of early math concepts to learn in this activity.

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Different types of analogies are introduced at different grade levels. Analogies help with problem solving.

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3rd graders reviewed different types of lines; horizontal, vertical, zigzag, diagonal, dotted, dashed, and curved. They used different types of lines to draw the snowmen that you see. Next, 3rd graders reviewed the warm colors (red, orange, yellow) and cool colors (blue, green, purple) while painting their artworks.

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Cassie Stephens: In the Art Room: A Unit on Line for Kindergarten - I absolutely love this! A real-life object (a snake) showing different types of lines. Replete with a poem for teaching lines! And see the sculpture lesson that she teaches first. Impressive!

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