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These Diagrams Are Everything You Need To Decorate Your Home

Sofa Shapes and Their Names | These Diagrams Are Everything You Need To Decorate Your Home

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Can have the students go out and find objects that look like the letters in their names, or spelling words, or even math shapes....wheels turning....

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Stained Glass Name Designs | TeachKidsArt

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Grab 7 free math center games and enter to win @astrobrights Paper! It's your last chance to enter the Colorize your classroom contest! #colorizeyourclassroom http://www.tunstallsteachingtidbits.com/2016/09/colorize-your-content-with-astrobrights.html Great way to practice shapes and their names (like the blue page above) or fractions and their names

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Shapes SMART BOARD Game

This K-1st Smart Board file contains four different games that reinforce 1) identification of 2D shapes regardless of their position or size, 2) classification of solid and flat shapes, and 3) drawing shapes and writing their names. This game is kindergarten common core based and includes a download for a printable assessment worksheet that contains the standard(s) covered and an "I Can" statement.

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Shape Dice Pattern. Children “roll” the dice, and then name the shape it lands on, reinforcing their knowledge of what shapes are called. Variation: Child finds something that shape in the classroom.

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from Southern Living

Southern Pet Names

The Best Southern Pet Names - Southern Pet Names - Southernliving. From dogs named Moose to cats named Grits, Southern pets and their names come in lots of shapes and sizes. Here, we've rounded up our favorite Southern pet names.

This freebie is a parent letter and handout with pictures for families to use when working with their children on correctly name shapes regardless of their orientations or overall size. This handout is especially helpful to parents of English Learners. Both the letter and picture handout point out that children must name the shapes regardless of the orientation which can be a struggle for some. Annie Jewell.

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