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Solid Shapes: Photos to Sort and Activity Sheets (3D Shapes)
Your students will enjoy sorting these REAL LIFE objects!! This activity includes 6 photo sorting cards for each of the following 6 categories of solid shapes: cone, cylinder, pyramid, sphere, rectangular prism, and cube. Seven response sheets are also included. This set was created for use by students in kindergarten and first grade.
This activity includes 6 photo sorting cards for each of the following 6 categories of solid shapes: Cone, cylinder, pyramid, sphere, rectangular prism, and cube. The activity also includes 7 response sheets. Two sheets have students writing the names of solid shapes. Two other sheets has students cut, glue, and sort objects into shape categories. On another sheet, students record the number of sides and vertices of each shape. The sixth sheet is a draw-and-write take home sheet, while another is simply draw and write.
This sorting activity is perfect to include in a classroom math center or in a homeschool setting. It can be used in 2 ways: 1) Cut out the title and picture cards. Write the correct answer on the back of each picture card to allow students to self-check. 2) For younger students, you can make 2 copies of each title/picture page. Cut out the picture cards on one set while leaving the other copy intact. Have students match the pictures.
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Most of my 17 years of experience were spent teaching pre-K and kindergarten. I also have experience teaching up to 3rd grade. I have used my love of reading to develop a set of 30 phonics-based beginning reading books for use in preschool-first grade. In addition, I have developed sets of reading games and math games that can be used in the classroom or as take-home activities and can be adjusted to address various skill levels. I also have a range of hands on, cut-and-glue materials which keep young students engaged. They have proven to be a success in my own classroom and at home with my 3 little ones. I am so excited to share them!