## Reflection: Rigor Scavenger Hunt for 3D Shapes - Section 3: Independent Practice

Watch my narrative reflection video in the resource section and see why this lesson is important.

Rigor: Distinguishing the difference

# Scavenger Hunt for 3D Shapes

Unit 6: Understanding Shapes
Lesson 7 of 7

## Big Idea: We have identified plane shapes in our classroom, learned shape attributes and vocabulary, and built 3D shapes from 2D plane shapes. I'm driving this unit home by having my students identify real-life 3D objects in our classroom.

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### Jennifer Moon

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