Reflection: Joy Move & Match 3D - Section 2: Independent Practice


There are no worksheets involved in this activity. In fact, students don’t even sit down. It is important when young students learn new concepts that they get to move and walk with other students. Sometimes, as we think we are doing more intense instruction, we forget that our students are young and need movement, socialization, and joy. In a perfect world, this activity would be a warm up for an activity involving pencil and paper, which could be used as a sort of exit ticket for the day. 

  The importance of movement
  Joy: The importance of movement
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Move & Match 3D

Unit 8: 3D Shapes
Lesson 3 of 5

Objective: SWBAT move about the classroom to match 3D shapes.

Big Idea: Students enjoy a fun, lively song, mixing & switching 3D shape cards, and then moving to different areas of the classroom to match 3D shapes.

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Math, Critical Area, models, three-dimensional shapes, shapes, two-dimensional shapes
  40 minutes
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