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Plane and solid shapes lesson for 1st grade

Plane and solid shapes lesson for 1st grade

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• 1. Solid and Plane Shapes Mrs. Terrell's First Grade Class
• 2. Click the link to watch the video
• I wanna be me song
• 3. Classifying Plane and Solid Figures
• To identify, sort, and compare solid figures by the number of faces, edges, and corners
• 4. To identify plane figures and identify solid figures by the shapes of their faces
• 5. To learn what a plane is and what plane figures are.
• 6. What are plane shapes?
• A plane is a flat surface that goes on and on, like a sheet of paper.
• 7. Plane figures are flat.
• 8. Can you name these plane shapes?
• 9. Plane shapes are all around us!
• 10. Item All straight lines All curved lines Both straight and curved lines Stop sign plate Slice of cheese Baseball field Pizza slice Identify shapes in your environment as having all straight lines, all curved lines or both curved and straight lines. Write yes or no.
• 11. What are solid shapes?
• Solids are 3-dimesional; they have height, width, and depth.
• 12. Some solids have faces, edges, and corners.
• 13. Solid shape attributes
• A face is a flat surface of a solid.
• 14. An edge is a straight line where 2 or more faces meet.
• 15. A corner or vertices is where 2 or more edges meet.
• 16. Identify faces, edges, and corners on shapes in your environment.
• 17. Identify the number of faces, edges, and corners for each object. Object Faces Edges Corners Soup can Icecream cone Ice cube Shoe box pyramid Soccer ball
• 18. By looking at these shapes side by side you can see the 2-dimensional and looks flat. The Solid Figures are 3-dimensional (3D) with hight, width, and depth.
• 19. Vocabulary face corner edge plane plane figure cube pentagon cone cylinder straight lines curved lines sphere diamond hexagon trapezoid pyramid octagon square rectangular prism
• 20. Use the vocabulary to answer the questions. 1. This is a picture of a 2. This is a picture of a
• 21. Use the vocabulary to answer the questions. 3. What is a flat surface of a solid called? 4. An ___________ of a solid is a straight line where 2 faces meet. 5. _____________ is a flat surface. 6. A ______________________ is a closed figure in a plane. 7. The place where 2 or more edges of a solid figure meets is a _______________.
• 22. Use the vocabulary to answer the questions. 8. What solid has no edges, no corners, and no faces? 9. What solid has 4 triangular faces? 10. What solid has 6 square faces? 11. I am a solid with no edges or corners. I have two faces that are both circles. What am I? 12. I have O faces . What solid shape am I?
• 23. Resources
• www.powerweb.net
• 24. www.brainpopjr.com
• 25. www.eduplace.com
• 26. www.mathatube.com
• 27. www.sesamestreet.org