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1. 1. GUMDROP GEOMETRY First Grade Style! Demonstrated by Mrs. Hund’s 1st Grade April 2008
2. 2. Blake demonstrates a square.
3. 3. Mallory finishes her square.
4. 4. Jack’s 5-point star.
5. 5. Heidi’s working on her wagon wheel.
6. 6. Jake is working on his cube.
7. 7. Take a look at Keegan’s cube!
8. 8. Maddy’s making a cube too.
9. 9. Clint is making a triangular prism.
10. 10. Elizabeth is concentrating on her cube.
11. 11. Sara is building a cube.
12. 12. Brock is adding a side to his cube.
13. 13. Look at Abbey’s pyramid!
14. 14. Katherine is finishing her pyramid.
15. 15. Ellee is working on a house.
16. 16. Grant’s pyramid is finished.
17. 17. Tristen’s creation is almost finished.
18. 18. Caroline is planning her next move.
19. 19. Kolbe is deciding how many sides he will need.
20. 20. Henry made a nice pentagon.
21. 21. Tegan is working on a hexagon.
22. 22. Daniela is working on a pentagon.
23. 23. Cristina’s hexagon is taking shape.
24. 24. Vince started his house with a pentagon.
25. 25. Mac’s pentagon looks perfect!
26. 26. Annie is deciding what to add to her pentagon.
27. 27. Thank you for watching our gumdrop geometry demonstration!