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- 1. GeometryPrathomsuksa 4
- 2. Can you guess the shape?
- 3. I am a flat shape.I have 1 curved side.I have no corners. What shape am I? I’m a circle!
- 4. I am a flat shape.I have 3 straight sides.I have 3 corners. What shape am I? I’m a triangle!
- 5. I am a flat shape.I have 5 straight sides.I have 5 corners. What shape am I? I am a pentagon!
- 6. I am a flat shape.I have 4 straight sides.I have 4 corners.All my sides are the same length. What shape am I? I’m a square!
- 7. WELL DONE
- 8. Vocabularygeometry
- 9. Vocabularyshape
- 10. Vocabularydimensional
- 11. Vocabularybreadth
- 12. ModifiersModifiers A modifier can be an adjective, an adverb,or a phrase or clause acting as an adjective oradverb In every case, the basic principle isthe same: the modifier adds information toanother element in the sentence.
- 13. Adjective ModifierAdjectives describe nouns by answering one of these three questions:- What kind is it?- How many are there?- Which one is it?An adjective can be a single word and a phrase.
- 14. Example• Logical structure adjective• Mathematical relationship adjective
- 15. Right angle adjectiveCentral point adjectiveSolid object adjective
- 16. Geometry
- 17. Two- dimensional figure
- 18. Geometric shapes: 2 dimensional pentagonA polygon many sided plane figure having five sides and five interior angles
- 19. Geometric shapes: 2 dimensional triangle A three sided plane figure with 2 equal sides
- 20. Geometric shapes: 2 dimensional square A four- sided plane figure with four right angles,opposite sides parallel and each side of equal lenght
- 21. Geometric shapes: 2 dimensional circle A circle is a two-dimensional shape formed by all points that are one consistent distance or "radius" from a single central point.
- 22. Three- dimensional figure
- 23. Geometric shapes: 3 dimensional CubeA cube is a solid object with 6 square sides of the same size. It has 6 equal, square faces which meet at right- angles. It has 8 vertices and 12 edges.
- 24. Geometric shapes: 3 dimensional Cylinder A solid tube with long straight sides and two equal- sized circular ends.
- 25. Geometric shapes: 3 dimensional CuboidA solid object with 6 rectangular sides. A closed boxcomposed of three pairs of rectangular faced oppositeeach other and joined at right angles to each other.
- 26. Geometric shapes: 3 dimensional TetrahedronA tetrahedron is a solid shape which has four vertices, six edges, and four equivalent equilateral triangular faces.
- 27. Wonderful Geometric- Make a group of five people- Send one representative to draw a random slot in the box- Read the direction and come to get the geometric sharps in front of the class- Create the picture and name it- Come up with your idea and present by using song and movement
- 28. Geometric shapes

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