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This guided activity sheet will help send your students around the room hunting for 3-D shapes. There are three different versions of the 3-D shapes scavenger hunt included here - you can choose the one that suits your students best, or use a variety to meet different learner needs. BONUS: A modif
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A two page scavenger hunt for students to APPLY their knowledge of geometric and organic shapes. The students can use this handout to show off their knowledge and YOU can use this to assess their learning of shapes. The objective is to look around the room and find shapes. Once you find a shape deci
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This scavenger hunt has children locate the picture of each shape (both 2D and 3D) to match to its name. Students write the letter of the shape. These cards could also be used as a sort of 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional shapes. Name that Shape Scavenger Hunt This scavenger asks students to name 2
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My kids love these activities!! 10 station cards that have an answer on the top half and a problem on the bottom half. Students can start at any card (I usually make a couple copies of this and tape them all up around the room to eliminate multiple people at each card). They answer the problem on
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This unit contains printable scavenger hunts for many geometric shapes and concepts. They can be used in the classroom or as homework. The students love them and they are highly motivating. The unit contains plain figures, solid figures, perimeter,area, lines, and angles.
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The topic of this scavenger hunt is finding the volume of solids made up of two or more basic shapes. This includes whole and half cylinders, cones, and spheres. The file also includes two different Exit Ticket printable pages for use after the activity/lesson to further check for understanding. Up
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Shamrock Shape Shenanigans Scavenger Hunt Use this volume and area scavenger hunt to add some fun to a normally boring and routine subject of using formulas. Also allows students to practice visualizing and drawing out the shapes to the specifications given! Directions for Set-Up: 1. Print off Sca
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This plane shapes scavenger hunt allows students to use mathematical practices to recognize that geometry is all around. They just have to open their “eyes” to see that lots of everyday objects are made up of plane shapes. A tissue box can be made up of a square or rectangle or a wall clock could be
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Directions: Look around the room. When you find an object that is the same as one of the shapes, write the name of the object, then draw the object! Get creative and see if you can find something others don’t see!
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Post picture cards around the room and let students go searching for them. Students find the pictures and write the shape names. Shapes Included: Sphere Cube Cylinder Cone Pyramid Rectangular Prism Triangular Prism Includes 8 scavenger hunt recording pages. Happy Shape Searching, Rita *This a
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This is a fun activity to use during math center time. You can send your students off in groups to go around the room to find the shapes and give attributes to the shapes they find. There is an answer key for you to use to check their answers. This activity was designed for first graders learning
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Help your students know and understand the different types of solid shapes through this STEM activity. Students will watch a video to review the different shapes and vocabulary, and then will go on a scavenger hunt around the school collecting pictures of real life objects that are the different so
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For the scavenger hunt, there are 10 questions that just need to be printed and posted throughout the room. A worksheet is included for students to use to keep track of their answers to solve the riddle. The answer they get to one question leads them to the next question. For this activity, I usua
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This 3 dimensional shape activity is perfect for cooperative learning, math workshop, or early finishers. Simply print, cut, and tape the problems around your room. Give your students the record sheet and let them "hunt" around the room for the problems. Once they find the problem they solve the p
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Students can use this page on a clipboard to record the shapes they see while walking through the classroom, paging through books, or even walking school hallways. This is great for shape recognition AND tally marks!
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This activity will get your students out of their seats and moving around the room! This activity is great if you like to have collaborative classroom environments. This activity is concentrated on finding lengths of missing side lengths of similar objects using proportions.
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Use this scavenger hunt as a fun, interactive way to review and/or assess the ability of your students to recognize shapes. This correlates with CCSS 2.G.1. Triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, and cube are the shapes outlined by this standard and all are included on this scavenger hunt.
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Hide these shape cards around the room and have kids go on a scavenger hunt to find them all! They can either write the names of the shapes on the corresponding lines on their paper, or draw a picture of each shape in its corresponding box, then color each shape a certain color to show understanding
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Have your kiddos go on a SCAVENGER HUNT looking for 2-D shapes or have them go on a scavenger hunt searching for 3-D Shapes. Give them a magnifying glass, pencils, crayons, and let them investigate and search for 2-D and 3-D Shapes in their environment. You can differentiate this activity and exte
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A fun scavenger hunt for 2D and 3D shapes! Students must find the shapes, print the name of the object that they found and draw it. Enjoy!
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This Home Learning Opportunity will help parents and Pre-Kindergarteners work together to look for shapes in their environment.
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3D Shapes - 5 Activities * 3D shape scavenger hunt for home (perfect for homework / home connections) * 3D shape scavenger hunt for classroom (3 varieties) * 3D shapes & everyday objects activity ~ Used in Ontario Classrooms (Primary Grades)
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Send your students on a scavenger hunt to wrap up their study of two-dimensional plane shapes. There is a shape guide that you can print on the back of the scavenger hunt to allow a quick reference. Includes: -Line -Line Segment -Ray -Triangle -Square -Rectangle -Pentagon -Hexagon -Octagon -Decagon
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What a great way to practice recognizing 2D shapes! This is a shapes scavenger hunt with 2D shapes. Cut and laminate the picture/word cards and place around your classroom, or use as a self-directed and independent math center activity. Students will have a blast searching for the shapes! They w
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