Identifying and Describing Shapes By Saige Martinez

  1. Introduction: Describe objects in the environment using names of shapes, and describe the relative positions of these objects using terms such as above, below, beside, in front of, behind, and next to. This project is designed for students to identify between shapes

Let's get started and watch this video below.

Tasks: You will learn how to identify 3 main shapes. (Circle, Triangle, and Square) you will learn how to distinguish between each of the shapes in their environment.

You will watch the first video.

You will learn about the shapes and then watch a video to review for a quiz

You will take a quiz to see how well you learned.

This is a Circle. A circle round and does not have any edges.

Circles come in many sizes.

Even huge Ferris-wheels are circle.

Also different food that we eat are circle, just like this orange.

Now hold on here, we are switching to triangles.

This is a triangle, and triangle has 3 sides.

You can find triangles in a lot of everyday things such as this house. The top half of this house is shaped of a triangle.

Triangles are also found in some of your favorite foods.

Pizza is usually shaped as a triangle.

Now, we will switch shapes to a square.

A square has 4 sides all the same length.

Even tv's are square.

You always see a square when you eat at your table.

Sometimes characters are even shaped as squares, like Sponge Bob Square Pants.

Before you take the quiz, review with this video here

Now that we know more about circles, squares and triangles lets take this short quiz and see what you know.

Credits:

Created with images by dlofink - "triangles" • fdecomite - "spyro15" • THX0477 - "Circles" • oatsy40 - "Wheel" • PublicDomainPictures - "citrus diet food" • Kt Ann - "Yield" • pashminu - "triangular tray decorative" • Lichtspieler81 - "By the Old and Rich" • Meditations - "america american baked" • Shrie Bradford Spangler - "DSCN1095" • dennis - "watching tv on my new setup.. woohoo HD tivo.." • jspatchwork - "20070206 table 02" • EEPaul - "Sponge Bob"

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