2D and 3D Shapes Anchor Charts

Mary Doerge
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PreK - 1st
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Mary Doerge
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I love using anchor charts in my Kindergarten classroom. I use them to introduce the concept/skill and then refer to it each day that we work on that skill. I have found that the visual prompt really helps the students to retain the information.

Charts included in this set:
3D Shapes (all 4 shapes)
Cone
Cube (2 charts - one uses the word "corners," the second one uses "vertices"
Sphere
Cylinder

2D Shapes (includes all 5 shapes)
circle
square (2 charts - "corners" "vertices")
rectangle (2 charts - "corners" "vertices")
triangle (2 charts - "corners" "vertices")
hexagon (2 charts - "corners" "vertices")

I made two copies of some of the charts – the difference between the two is the use of the word vertices vs. corners. Choose and print the chart the matches the word you use with your students.

I post my anchor charts on my Learning Targets board.

Be sure to check out all my anchor chart sets!

Thanks,
Mary
Total Pages
19 pages
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