## Reflection: Flexibility Looking At Three Dimensional Shapes - Section 2: Introducing Three Dimensional Shapes

You want to be flexible with your groupings in regards to the language involved in this activity.  You don't want to have students spending more time on the writing than the math.  So, I chose to pair stronger writers with weaker writers to eliminate this concern.

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Flexibility: Intentional Pairings

# Looking At Three Dimensional Shapes

Unit 17: Shapes, Blocks, and Attributes
Lesson 3 of 5

## Objective: SWBAT describe defining attributes of three dimensional shapes.

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## Big Idea: Today your students will be introduced to 3-D shapes and investigate their defining attributes. The class will also play a game where they use their sense of touch to determine a hidden block.

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