Filling Shadows With More and Less

Unit 9: Shapes Within Shapes
Lesson 5 of 10

Objective: SWBAT alter their designs to use more or less pattern blocks to cover the same area.

Thomas Young

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Big Idea: Putting It Altogether! That is the hope today as students use their understanding of composing and decomposing shapes to cover a given area. Today's lesson is bringing together many of the geometric skills from previous lessons.

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Math, Geometry, One-Dimensional Geometry, More/Less, 1st Grade, decomposing, Geometric Vocabulary
70 minutes

Thomas Young

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