K I N D E R G A R T E N S H A P E L E S S O N

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K I N D E R G A R T E N S H A P E L E S S O N

  1. 1. KINDERGARTEN SHAPE LESSON<br />Tutor: Jodi Dean <br />Geometry: Basic Shapes<br />Date: April 23, 2009<br />Time Allotment: 30 minutes<br />Instructional Objective: The learner will identify shapes. <br />Rationale: By learning about shapes, the student will begin to learn characteristics for application in pattern recognition and other geometry applications. <br />State Standard Addressed: Math K.4.1 Identify and describe common geometric objects: circle, triangle, square, rectangle, and cube<br />Materials:<br /><ul><li>Shape Board Game from jc-schools.org;
  2. 2. Shape Flashcards;
  3. 3. ‘A Rectangle’ worksheet from Incentive Publications;
  4. 4. Play-doh;
  5. 5. Shape Puzzle Worksheet from abcteach.com;</li></ul>Procedure:<br /><ul><li>Anticipatory Set:
  6. 6. Play Shape board game with student, and state shapes to student and then have them repeat the name before they move their piece around the board.
  7. 7. Input:
  8. 8. Explain to student that he will be reviewing names and characteristics of shapes;
  9. 9. Go through the “A Rectangle” sheet and give characteristic of a square to student. Have student color square as tutor goes through worksheet.
  10. 10. Check for understanding by understanding by having student state characteristics of a rectangle and checking for accuracy via utilization of flashcards;
  11. 11. Model: Take rectangle flashcard and state to child that this a rectangle and it has four sides, two short sides and two long sides.
  12. 12. Repeat this multiple times, prompting student to help in the process and explain what you do next.
  13. 13. Guided Practice:
  14. 14. Give student play-doh, and have student make rectangle, and as time allows the circle, triangle, rectangle, diamond and oval. Have student check accuracy against flashcard; have student remake each shape until student succeeds consistently.
  15. 15. Guide student as needed, correcting or prompting as they go.
  16. 16. Assessment
  17. 17. Have student complete Shape Puzzle-Bee Puzzle Pattern worksheet, having student cut-out, name and glue shapes to correct place. </li></ul> <br />

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