3-D Shapes

4 pages. Learn about or review 3D shapes featuring community helpers.
5 pages. Common Core State Standard: K.G.2 Students read the rhyming sentences,trace and write the shape word, cut and glue the correct shaped picture to the matching number and think of another shape to give as an example.
11 pages. Common Core State Standards:K.G.2, K.G.3 These 2 easy readers make a terrific activity to plug in after you have read either If You Take A Mouse To School, or If You Give A Mouse A Cookie. They reinforce 2-D & 3-D shapes.
6 pages. An inexpensive, quick & easy teaching tool.
17 pages. A terrific way to help students remember shapes and shape words. Put one up on the wall when you are studying that particular shape; use them as jumbo flashcards; shrink them to make Concentration Memory Match games for students. Put 2 next to
3 pages. A fun way to review 3D shapes. Students trace the 3D word, cut the pages and collate their book. You could have children put the pages in alphabetical order. As a graphing extension have them choose which is their favorite summer 3D shape tha
5 pages. Windsocks are a super way to help students remember the vocabulary word cylinder and to associate that shape with something. The flag windsock fits for a variety of holidays throughout the year including Veteran's Day, Memorial Day and Flag Day.
8 pages. Review 3D shapes with this fun cloud booklet perfect for March is Reading Month. Students trace & write the shape word and then glue the appropriate cloud to the page. Includes 2 graphing extensions. This is a nice activity to do after you
10 pages. A wonderful game for March, that will help reinforce letters, numbers and shapes, including 3-D ones. Print off the cards, laminate, cut out and toss into a leprechaun hat. Children sing the song and pass the hat each taking a card and revea
10 pages. A fun way to review shapes, counting by 3's and a variety of other standards!
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