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This week , we worked on two dimensional shapes. Each year , I usually do an activity with food and sorting the food by shapes. I would use...
Heidi Alpine saved to General Math
Popsicle stick Shape Mats - free printable for kids. Use them to teach toddlers and preschoolers math, fine motor skills, language and more.
Rachel Macias saved to Teaching
Free printable shapes worksheets for teaching kids the basic shapes. Lots of fun activities to download for FREE!
Isabel Diaz saved to kids
This shape activity is one that preschoolers love, and it only takes a minute to put it together. Jonathan (age 3.5) has been desperate to “do school” when we are doing school. And one or two coloring pages won’t cut it! He colors something and then says, “Now what can I do, Mom?” I’m glad […]
These free printable shape poems are a great way to help your kindergarten students learn the 2D shapes! These shape poems help students identify shapes by their names and properties - perfect for kindergarten shape practice!
Holli Greenway saved to Preschool-Shapes
Construction Math and Literacy Centers are loaded with fun, hands on construction themed activities to help your students build math and literacy concepts! Literacy skills covered are letter identification, beginning sounds, handwriting, syllables, building vocabulary words, sight words, and writing/journaling. Math skills cover are one to one correspondence, counting, addition, making 10, non-standard measurement, maps, 3D shapes, and 2D shapes. Each activity has a page of teacher tips to…
Lorrie Crowther saved to Lessons
Check out this fun and easy way for kids to explore shapes in their environment! An easy learning activity for toddlers and preschoolers from Busy Toddler.
A few weeks ago I went to a local consignment sale and found so many wonderful resources for great deals! There were thousands of books and tons of teaching supplies! One of the items I picked up was this set of shape manipulatives. They came in red, blue, and yellow in a variety of sizes. Some shapes are big, some are small, some are thick, and some are thin. I love the variety! We have been looking at shapes and really focusing on the four basic shapes: rectangles, triangles, squares, and…
Lana Geren saved to For the Love of Teaching
Last week, I posted the Shape Helper I use in my classroom. Well, since then, I've found a more complete set of shapes, sooo....updated shape helper on the way! Click the pic to download! Hope you enjoy! Laura
Malisa Cheatham-Riggle saved to Math