Reflection: Lesson Planning Naming Solid Figures - Section 2: Practice


Students loved this lesson. It was easy to put together and easy to complete.  The only materials I had to purchase were two bags of little marshmallows and five boxes of toothpicks.  I bought them at the dollar store.  Cheap and easy. 

I usually go to the Dollar Tree when I make purchases.  I have obtained my school's tax id number and I am now able to make purchases tax exempt at the dollar store.  It doesn't really save a ton of money each time but over the course of year it adds up. 

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Naming Solid Figures

Unit 6: Volume
Lesson 2 of 14

Objective: The students will be able to name and construct common three-dimensional shapes.

Big Idea: Sticky Math!

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