Reflection: Rigor Venn Diagrams With Attribute Blocks - Section 3: Students Working On Their Own

If you print out all ten pages of the Venn Diagram Pages, you will see that they get increasingly more difficult and eventually add a third circle and rule.  When/If students get to the sheets with three circles, I let them try it first to see if they can figure it out.  These will tend to be your "High Flyers" and the challenge of figuring it out on their own will be appropriate.

Rigor: Adding A Challenge

Venn Diagrams With Attribute Blocks

Unit 17: Shapes, Blocks, and Attributes
Lesson 2 of 5

Objective: SWBAT use Venn Diagrams to sort attribute blocks by stated rules.

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Big Idea: Today the students will use Venn Diagrams to identify which shapes fit two stated rules. After a whole group introduction, students will have the chance to work independently on this activity.

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Math, Geometry, 1st Grade, attribtutes
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