## Analyze and compare two- and three-dimensional shapes, in different sizes and orientations, using informal language to describe their similarities, differences, parts (e.g., number of sides and vertices/"corners") and other attributes (e.g., having sides of equal length).

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Kindergarten Math » Unit: Geometry
Cold Spring, MN
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### Building Shapes- Review of 2D Shapes

Kindergarten Math » Unit: Positions and Shapes
Kindergarten Math » Unit: Positions and Shapes
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### What is a Circle?

Kindergarten Math » Unit: Positions and Shapes
Kindergarten Math » Unit: Positions and Shapes
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### What is a Triangle?

Kindergarten Math » Unit: Positions and Shapes
Kindergarten Math » Unit: Positions and Shapes
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### Stack, Slide, & Roll!

Kindergarten Math » Unit: 3D Shapes
Kindergarten Math » Unit: 3D Shapes
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### 2D/3D Snack Shape Sort

Kindergarten Math » Unit: 3D Shapes
Kindergarten Math » Unit: 3D Shapes
Flagstaff, AZ
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#### What better way to kick off 3D shapes than with food and our knowledge of 2D shapes?!

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Kindergarten Math » Unit: Geometry
Cold Spring, MN
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### Comparing & Sorting Shapes

Kindergarten Math » Unit: Positions and Shapes
Kindergarten Math » Unit: Positions and Shapes
Wilmington, DE
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#### Two-dimensional shape and three-dimensional shapes are related! Students will use play dough to see how the two kinds of shapes are related. Students will also be able to differentiate between two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes.

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Kindergarten Math » Unit: Geometry
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### Stop, Look, Listen

Kindergarten Science » Unit: Me, Myself and I
Kindergarten Science » Unit: Me, Myself and I
Lexington Park, MD
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### Introducing 3-D Shapes

Kindergarten Math » Unit: Positions and Shapes
Kindergarten Math » Unit: Positions and Shapes
Wilmington, DE
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#### Students recognize 3D shapes around them, learning their names and attributes by exploring real objects.

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Kindergarten Math » Unit: Geometry
Cold Spring, MN
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#### An important Common Core standard for kindergarten is comparing and identifying characteristics of shapes. This hands-on lesson will help students develop your students' understanding of 3D shapes and the plane shapes that compose them.

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Kindergarten Math » Unit: Geometry
Cold Spring, MN
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#### Students will have fun learning about 3-D shapes when they explore rectangular prisms and cubes in this interactive lesson.

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Kindergarten Math » Unit: Geometry
Cold Spring, MN
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#### Most kindergarten students have some knowledge of basic shapes. This lesson expands this knowledge by acquainting them with two shapes they may not be as familiar with.

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Kindergarten Math » Unit: Geometry
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