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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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