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K-First Grade Shapes lesson

K-First Grade Shapes lesson

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  • 1. ShapesYou can find them everywhere
    For Mrs. Burkett’s 1st Grade Math Class!
  • 2. Today class we are going to learn all about Shapes!!
  • 3. circle
    Hi, I’m a circle! I am round and have no sides!
    You can find me in many things like: dishes, clocks, coins, the moon when it is full, and in the Sun. I’m also the letter Oo.
  • 4. Square
    Hi, I’m a square! I have four sides!
    You can find me in many different things like: a side of a box, a picture frame, piece of tile, and in your grandmothers quilt.
  • 5. Rectangle
    Hi, I am a rectangle, I have 4 sides like a square.
    Two of my sides are longer than the other two sides.
    You can find me in many places like a door, area rug, ladders, fences, flags and an envelope.
  • 6. Star
    Hi, I’m a star! I have 10 sides.
    You can find me in many places! There are 50 of me on the American Flag, billions of me in the night sky, I’m Patrick on SpongeBob Square pants, and
  • 7. Triangle
    Hi, I’m a triangle, I have 3 sides!
    You can find me in many things like a slice of pizza, roof of a house, and in a protractor.
  • 8. Oval
    Hi, I’m an oval! I have no sides nor no end!
    I am a long circle!
    You can find me in many places like: I am the shape of jelly beans, and eggs.
  • 9. Crescent
    I am a crescent!
    I am mostly seen as part of the moons phases.
    You can also find me in the arches of windows and doors.
    You can find me in a bakery as a crescent roll.
  • 10. Heart
    Hi, I’m a heart! I’m a sign of love and I also live inside your body!
    You usually can see me around Valentine’s Day!
  • 11. Hexagon
    Hello, I’m a hexagon!
    I have six sides.
    I can be found on a very important sign called a STOP sign!
  • 12. 3D shapes
    We will now learn about shapes that are 3 dimensional!
    These shapes have length, width, and height!
  • 13. CUBE
    Hi, I’m a cube!
    I have 6 sides! Top, Bottom, Left, Right, Front and Back
    You can find me in things like dice, blocks, boxes, safes and ice cubes.
  • 14. Pyramid
    Hi, I’m a pyramid
    I’m a form of a triangle. I’m a shape with a square base (bottom) and 4 triangle-shaped sides.
    I have 5 faces.
    You can find me in many thing like on the dollar bill, and in a history lesson on Egypt.
  • 15. Cylinder
    Hello, I’m a cylinder!
    I have a circle on my top and bottom.
    You can find my shape in things like a pencil, can of food, a roll of coins, Mother’s Oat’s oatmeal container and a trash can.
  • 16. Sphere
    Hi, I’m a sphere!
    I have no sides!
    I am a Ball!
    You can find me in things like: a orange that you eat, the solar planets, a globe, and balls that you play with at recess!
  • 17. Cone
    Hi, I’m a Cone!
    I have a flat bottom, and one curved side!
    You can find my shape in objects like: Ice cream cone, party hats, and street cones.
  • 18. Rectangular Prism
    Hi, I’m a rectangular prism.
    I have six rectangular faces.
    Examples of me include a tissue box, jewelry box, cereal box, microwave ovens, and refrigerator.
  • 19. Worksheets that we are going to work on
  • 20. Games we are going to play as a class
    Class Scavenger hunt
    Shapes board Game
  • 21. Art !
    Make a Shape Book!
  • 22. Books we are going to read!
    Shapes in Nature byFeldman, Judy
    Mouse Shapes by Ellen Stoll Walsh
    Greedy Triangle by Marilyn Burns