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3-D Figures Building Challenge Task Cards! - Challenge your students to use Marshmallows and toothpicks to build 3-Dimensional Shapes! There is a reflection sheet included so that students can draw and discuss the shape they built! Task cards can be placed on desks or in pocket charts. There are 8 total 3-D shapes to build in this set! Great for centers, too! #teachersherpa

3-D Figures Building Challenge Task Cards! - Challenge your students to use Marshmallows and toothpicks to build 3-Dimensional Shapes! There is a reflection sheet included so that students can draw and discuss the shape they built! Task cards can be placed on desks or in pocket charts. There are 8 total 3-D shapes to build in this set! Great for centers, too! #teachersherpa

Use these cut and paste activities to help your students classify and name three dimensional shapes. Shapes included: sphere, cylinder, cube, and cone (word wall cards included as well). Great to use with the popular YouTube song!

3-D Shapes

Use these cut and paste activities to help your students classify and name three dimensional shapes. Shapes included: sphere, cylinder, cube, and cone (word wall cards included as well). Great to use with the popular YouTube song!

Fun With Firsties: a simple student-derived anchor chart for our 3D geometry math unit

3D Solids, a Tower Challenge, & End of Year Awards GIVEAWAY!

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!

Foldable 3D Shapes (FREE Printable Nets!)

Attività geometria: i solidi 3 d _ This easy to use printable set of foldable 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!

three dimensional shapes

TEKS: Audience: Second grade Behavior: identify the edges, faces, and vertices Condition: on given shapes their teacher hands out for them to color.

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

This fun center game is a great way to review solid shapes, and makes a super warm-up to any 3D shape center you do!  Print and laminate the cards, then pass out to your group (up to 6 players).  Any left over cards can be read by you!  The first student reads his/her card, and play continues as the next students responds.

Pass out to your group (up to 6 players). The first student reads his/her card, and play continues as the next students responds.

Here's a page on 3-D shapes that asks students to identify the vertices on each shape.

2nd grade, 3rd grade Math Worksheets: Reading bar graphs

Help your upper elementary students master their 2D shapes with this great quadrilateral foldable resource! Your 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade classroom and homeschool students will be geometry experts in no time! You're going to love this 2-dimensional shapes foldable packet because it includes great materials for quadrilaterals AND triangles! Click through to see how you can use this with your third, fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students today! You'll be glad you did!

Quadrilateral Foldable Fun for Upper Elementary - Appletastic Learnings

Help your upper elementary students master their geometry skills with this quadrilateral foldable!

A site that has EVERY 3D shape imaginable as a PDF so you can print, cut, fold and glue! Even lists the number of faces, edges, and vertices

GEOMETRY A site that has EVERY shape imaginable as a PDF so your kids can print, cut, fold and glue! Even lists the number of faces, edges, and vertices

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.

Audience: First Grade. Behavior: Classify shapes using informal geometric language. I would introduce some familiar shapes and ask the students to identify how many sides and vertices using an anchor chart.