Friday, 1 June 2012


Our final math unit focused on two and three-dimensional shapes. The children explored, sorted and compared shapes and worked on describing their attributes through free and guided activities.
pattern blocks
pattern block pictures

making shapes on a geoboard using rubber bands

A tangram person.
 The tangram is an ancient Chinese puzzle that is made up of 7 pieces. We read Grandfather Tang's Story and created the tangrams shown in the book.

Here is a page from our story. 

Building with 3D shapes and identifying the 2D shapes in them
Our shape pictures. We used and identified: square, circle, triangle, rhombus, trapezoid, hexagon, rectangle

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