Here is a mini-unit on Geometric Shapes. It follows the Common Core Standards for 1st and 2nd grades.
-Shape Posters - 12 total including circle, cone, cube, cylinder, hexagon, pentagon, quadrilateral, rectangle, rectangular prism, sphere, and square
-Comparing Shapes (Cube vs. Square)
-Comparing Shapes Answer Key
-Comparing Shapes Blank Template to use with other shapes.
-2- and 3- Dimensional Shape Cut and
-Shape I Have Who Has
-Geometric Shapes Assessment
Thanks for your comment. I will add a blank form and send a revised copy of the file to those who have already purchased. (For others reading this, it will now be included in the file.) I appreciate the feed back.
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Thank you for your quick response. I am still very interested, but could you include a poster for a triangle? That shape is covered in 2nd grade Common Core, and you didn't list it as as a shape poster. Thanks again!
Working on it right now. Thanks for asking for the triangle! I had it within the vocabulary but some how it didn't make it on my posters. It will now! Thanks for asking for it!
March 22, 2012
How many shape posters and which shapes are included? Can you describe the I Have, Who Has game? I know how to play; I want to know what is on the cards because sometimes the skills are too difficult. I apologize for being so picky, but I have purchased several units based on the preview only to find that I can use only a few pages.
Thanks for your questions. I know what you mean. There are 11 shape posters including: circle, cone, cube, cylinder, hexagon, pentagon, quadrilateral, rectangle, rectangular prism, sphere, and square (all of which are part of the new core standards). The I Have Who Has has both pictures, picture examples of shapes, and definitions of vocabulary related to geometry including vertices, faces, and shape names . For instance, I have a (picture of a square) who has a shape with 3 vertices?
I have a pictural example of a rectangular prism, who has an example of a sphere?
I have the defintion of the sides of a shape. Who has the definition of an edge?