Use this cut and paste activity to help your students classify and name three dimensional shapes. Shapes included: sphere, cylinder, cube, and cone. Great addition to use with the popular YouTube song!

3-D Shapes

Use this cut and paste activity to help your students classify and name three dimensional shapes. Shapes included: sphere, cylinder, cube, and cone. Great addition to use with the popular YouTube song!

1.6A Audience: First Grade. Behavior: Classify 2-dimensional shapes using informal geometric language. Condition: Ancho Chart. I would introduce some familiar 2D shapes and ask the students to identify how many sides and vertices using an anchor chart.

1.6A Audience: First Grade. Behavior: Classify 2-dimensional shapes using informal geometric language. Condition: Ancho Chart. I would introduce some familiar 2D shapes and ask the students to identify how many sides and vertices using an anchor chart.

Teaching 2 Dimensional Shapes - Interactive Notebook. FREE download for shapes used found on this teacher site.

Teaching 2 Dimensional Shapes - Interactive Notebook. FREE download for shapes used found on this teacher site.

1.6A Audience: First Grade. Behavior: Classify 2-dimensional shapes using informal geometric language. Condition: Ancho Chart. I would introduce some familiar 2D shapes and ask the students to identify how many sides and vertices using an anchor chart.

1.6A Audience: First Grade. Behavior: Classify 2-dimensional shapes using informal geometric language. Condition: Ancho Chart. I would introduce some familiar 2D shapes and ask the students to identify how many sides and vertices using an anchor chart.

Create a Shape Game: 1.G.A.2 "Compose two-dimensional shapes (rectangles, squares, trapezoids, triangles, half-circles, and quarter circles) or three-dimensional shapes (cubes, right rectangular prisms, right circular cones, and right circular cylinders) to create a composites shape, and compose new shapes from the composite shapes."

Create a Shape Game: 1.G.A.2 "Compose two-dimensional shapes (rectangles, squares, trapezoids, triangles, half-circles, and quarter circles) or three-dimensional shapes (cubes, right rectangular prisms, right circular cones, and right circular cylinders) to create a composites shape, and compose new shapes from the composite shapes."

3-DIMENSIONAL SHAPES - A SORTING ACTIVITY {FREEBIE} - TeachersPayTeachers.com

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3-DIMENSIONAL SHAPES - A SORTING ACTIVITY {FREEBIE} - TeachersPayTeachers.com

This "I Have, Who Has" game is a quick and easy way to practice identifying two-dimensional shapes  This FREE product contains 8 cards, each with a different shape on it.  It's perfect for small groups of eight students or less (some students may be given more than one card).

This "I Have, Who Has" game is a quick and easy way to practice identifying two-dimensional shapes This FREE product contains 8 cards, each with a different shape on it. It's perfect for small groups of eight students or less (some students may be given more than one card).

Compose three-dimensional shapes to create a composite shape activities and math centers that make composing shapes so much fun!!

Compose three-dimensional shapes to create a composite shape activities and math centers that make composing shapes so much fun!!

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