### Foldable 3D Shapes (FREE Printable Nets!)

This easy to use printable set of foldable 3D shapes can be used for all sorts of math learning! Plus, let kids get creative and turn it into a math and art lesson in one!

Freebie - 2-D/3-D Shape Sort - includes 15 different shapes to sort. Sorting cards can be cut/pasted or used for a variety of math activities. #shapes #shapesorting

### Roll and Color 3D Shapes

What a fun 3D shape activity for kids! This would be a great math center or small group math game in kindergarten or first grade.

A great way for students to understand that different shapes have different attributes. I use this worksheet so that students are table to record the properties of different 3D shapes.

### 3D Shape Sorting Mats

3D Shape Sorting Mats! Great math center or small group activity for kindergarten or first grade.

### 22 Printable marshmallow and toothpick geometry cards.

marshmallow and toothpick geometry. Downloadable cards. Helps kids learn their 3-D shapes!

Do your students love learning about 2D and 3D shapes? These are some of my favorite hands on activities for teaching the attributes of 2D and 3D shapes in first grade!

### 3D Shapes Free Printable Activities

3D Shapes Free Activities: a great pack of four super fun activities for learning about 3D shapes (solids). Sure to get the kids engaged in learning!

PATTIES CLASSROOM: Geometry Shape Books and Pattern Block Art

3-D Shapes (cut and paste)!

### Seriously FUN Ways to Teach Shapes

Looking for some seriously fun ways to teach 2D and 3D shapes? See how I use these high engagement lessons, games, and activities for students to learn about 2D & 3D shapes and attributes! They practice and I assess with the fun attribute booklets and I get my class writing about math with the shape fox craft! Such a fun way to get my 1st and 2nd grade kids moving while learning! Don't miss the FREE shapes munchie math printable in the post.

2-D and 3-D Shapes! Color by the code! Tons of fun printables!

SMART Board Shape Sort for 3-D Shapes. More

three dimensional shapes

3D Shapes and its properties. I will use later as we go more into depth of the 3D shapes

K.6E: (E) classify and sort a variety of regular and irregular two- and three-dimensional figures regardless of orientation or size; Audience: Kindergarten; Behavior: I believe that this activity matches the TEKS well, because it asks students to sort multiple two-dimensional and three-dimensional figures. Condition: Students will do this by cutting and pasting the figures in the appropriate areas. I plan on using this in my classroom after teaching students the difference between 2D and…

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