You can use it to introduce eight shapes. It’s really flexible so it can work for many grade levels. Kids can draw their shapes, color and cut out their shapes to attach to the worksheet, or cut out shapes that have been printed in color.
They list the number of sides, vertices, and diagonals. I included diagrams of the diagonals to make that easy to add to the activity. You might leave this resource in your sub folder as a quick review when you’re away from your classroom.
Check out the Geometry Playground at the Exploratorium. The activities look great and several are translated into Spanish if that’s a language in your classroom. Got time for more? Check out the links under the “Walk a Math Trail” activity.
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