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This is the Power Point that I created for an Elementary Math class or a Special Education class in order to teach them basic shapes. I learned so much from this project. It really taught me what I …

This is the Power Point that I created for an Elementary Math class or a Special Education class in order to teach them basic shapes. I learned so much from this project. It really taught me what I need to know about using and creating power points as well as the usefulness in using power points to aid with lesson plans.

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- 1. Kindergarten: Objective 3.01 Identify, build, draw, and name triangles, rectangles, and circles; identify, build, and name spheres and cubes. Courtney Link July 14, 2009
- 2. Rectangles have 4 sides like a square. Their opposite sides are parallel to each other The two sides across from each other are the same length but different in length than the other two, which are also the same. All angles are 90 degree angles.
- 3. Squares also have 4 sides and 4 vertices Their four sides are all equal in length Their opposite sides are parallel to each other All of the angels in a square are 90 degrees
- 4. Triangles have 3 sides. They also have three angles. The sides can be different or equal to each other in length.
- 5. Circleshave no sides, edges, or corners. They are completely round. They resemble the shape of a ball.
- 6. This video will teach you how to draw certain shapes and show examples of these shapes in real life situations. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8ENor1NUlo
- 7. Which one of the four shapes that we just discussed do you see in this picture?
- 8. This table top creates a rectangle!
- 9. This table top creates a rectangle.
- 10. Lookclosely at this picture. Which shape that we learned today do you see in the picture below?
- 11. Great Job! The sign in this picture is a triangle!
- 12. The sign in this picture is a triangle.
- 13. Whichshape that we have learned about do you see in the picture below?
- 14. This TV screen is in the shape of a square!
- 15. This TV screen is in the shape of a square. Do you see the square?
- 16. Which shape do you see in the picture below? A rectangle? A circle? A square? A triangle?
- 17. Excellent job! The clock in this picture is in the shape of a circle!
- 18. The clock in this picture is in the shape of a circle. Can you see the circle in the picture below?
- 19. Rectangle: www.srww.com/office_table/images Triangle: www.commons.wikimedia.org Square: www.childrentoday.com Circle: www.cartoonstock.com Drawing Shapes Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8ENor1NUlo

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