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Classify Plane Figures: English Learners
In this plane figure instructional activity, learners read definitions of open and closed figures, then write open or closed and irregular and regular beneath pictures. Students then draw figure according to labels. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.
Sort Plane Figures
In this sorting plane figures worksheet, students use their problem solving skills to identify the figures that follow the sorting rule in 6 problems.
Solids and Plane Figures
In this geometry worksheet, 2nd graders ring objects that match the solid figure shown at the beginning of each of 4 rows. They do the same with plane figures in the last 3 examples.
In this plane figure worksheet, students solve a total of 6 riddle problems related to identifying polygons using given information.
Making Plane Figures
In this plane figures review activity, students color circles, triangles, squares, and rectangles according to the instructions. Students also record the number of designated shapes and respond to 1 visual thinking question.
Identifying Plane Figures
In this plane figure instructional activity, learners follow a set of instructions and color shapes in a picture of a train certain colors. Shapes are triangles, rectangles, circles and squares.
Plane Shapes and Solid Shapes
Students examine different shapes. In this geometry lesson, students review the names and attributes of plane and solid shapes. Students use shape cards to test their knowledge of each.
Identify Plane Shapes and Solid Shapes
First graders explore the math concept of geometric shapes. In this plane shapes and solid shapes lesson, 1st graders examine visual examples. Students also practice solving problems that their instructors model.
Relating Space and Plane Shapes
In this mathematics worksheet, 1st graders identify which object in an illustration has a flat side the same shape as the box shown. Then they look at other shapes and identify the ones with a flat side, if any.
Plane Shapes: Reteach
In this plane shapes worksheet, students learn about plane shapes having corners and sides. They are given four shapes to trace and write how many sides and corners it has.
Combine Plane Shapes
In this intermediate plane shapes worksheet, students practice their geometry skills as they use 4 pattern blocks to cover the shapes on the worksheet.
Here is a fabulous activity on shapes for young elementary learners. They view a presentation on shapes that is led by the teacher, then construct shapes on their own using paper, straws, tape, and other supplies. Fantastic worksheets are embedded in the plan, as is the weblink that the teacher accesses to show the presentation. A terrific math lesson plan!
Geometry: Plane Figures
In this plane figure activity, students complete 4 multiple choice questions, determining which solid figure can be traced to make a given plane figure. A reference web site is given for additional activities.
Thirteen Magnification and Reduction Problems
In this scale factor worksheet, learners magnify and also reduce in transformations. There are seven matching, two true false problems, and three find the image problems on this worksheet. The solutions are provided.
Plane Shapes: Homework
In this shape recognition worksheet, 1st graders study the plane shapes and then color the shapes according to the descriptions and colors listed. Students then draw using plane shapes.
Matching Plane Shapes to Solids
In this matching shapes worksheet, 1st graders solve and complete 5 different problems. First, they match the plane shape to the solid on the left. Then, students count the number of triangles seen in the figure at the bottom.
Learners participate in a number of hands-on shape-related activities. They match and sort shapes by attribute, read books about shapes, complete shape art projects and explore and compare parts of shapes.
Guess My Shape
Students explore shapes. In this geometrical figures instructional activity, students compare and contrast 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional shapes in a modeling clay activity.
Area of Parallelograms and Triangles
Using an Excel spreadsheet, young mathematicians calculate the area of triangles and parallelograms. This is a creative way to have them practice this concept. Not only do they learn how to use Excel, they also practice calculating the area of plane figures. It's a win/win proposition.
Young scholars learn about two dimensional shapes and make connections to their three dimensional shapes. There are many components to this lesson: PowerPoint slides, books to be read, shapes to trace and cut out, and a pirate ship to be made. Finally your young scholars write a story about their pirate ship which includes how their hero will use the three dimensional shapes.