# Solid Shapes

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I just added this to my unit "Geometry Is Magical." I have created 9 word wall cards (with definitions and pictures) for important 2D geometry vocabulary. I hope you find these useful:) Thank you for stopping by! ~Natalie

Love these 3D shape guys!

A kindergarten blog

Thanks for all of your sweet comments about my last post! I made most of my geometry unit on my own. I will definitely be sharing some of the things, but I am thinking of finally taking the plunge …

(sample page) Math 3D Shape {Mini Posters} for the Primary Classroom. Set of 7 great for Vocabulary and Visuals. \$

Pass out paper lunch bags and have kids find a 3D solid to put inside. Also, have students write three clues that describe their 3D shape on the outside of their bag. Then, they bring it back to class and the other kids guess their shape. Kids will have fun seeing all the interesting objects their classmates found! So everyone doesn't have the same shape and to reinforce learning, I recommend choosing a small group each week to take home bags. Assign shapes to kids and tell them to keep…

Engaging Lessons to Explore Geometry!! Simon Says with Lines & Angles!!

“3d shapes #geomchat #mathchat #elemchat”

My kids love 3-D shapes even more than they love 2-D shapes! They are super excited to learn everything they can about them, so that makes my job very easy. As always, hands-on exploration is essential in order for students to develop a solid understanding of 3-D shapes. So we play and explore a lot! I let the kids explore 3-D shapes by building, stacking, rolling, etc. Then, together, we create an achor chart. We describe the shapes using both formal and informal language (so the kids can…

The Shape Song is a Shapes Song Video that teaches the shapes. Free Teaching Resources: https://www.havefunteaching.com/unlimited. Learn all about the shapes...

Free, fun and useful Kindergarten - 1st Grade, Common Core aligned lesson plans, math games, calendars, behavior charts, materials and more!

I Have, Who Has? Game {Focus: Colors, Flat and Solid Shapes} 24 Cards This color/shape version of the popular I Have...Who Has... game is a fun way to teach and review colors/shapes with your students. It can be used as whole group, small group, sub work, or as a time filler when you have a few minutes...

Look out! Ms. D is on a roll in the blogging department. I figured I better squeeze some extra posts in now to help even out those days I’ll miss with all the end of the year chaos coming up. I also promised to tell you about my new pack and bring you a little

Does the word "geometry" make you think of a vocab-heavy slog through rules and attributes? Explore the artsy side of geometry with my wall charts, printables, and favori

This checklist will help guide your discussions between your students as they work cooperatively.