Geometry Guided Master Math Unit 4

Geometry Guided Master Math Unit 4
Geometry Guided Master Math Unit 4
Geometry Guided Master Math Unit 4
Geometry Guided Master Math Unit 4
Geometry Guided Master Math Unit 4
Geometry Guided Master Math Unit 4
Geometry Guided Master Math Unit 4
Geometry Guided Master Math Unit 4
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  1. This bundle contains my first five units of Master Math Curriculum for First Grade. The units included are Unit 1 Number Sense, Unit 2 Addition to 10, Unit 3 Subtraction to 10, Unit 4 Geometry, and Unit 5 Place Value. Everything you would need to teach Math is provided in these units. It is hands on
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This unit is the fourth unit of a first grade MASTER math curriculum built around the belief that students need to be exposed to math in a variety of ways. It focuses on 2-D plane shapes and 3-D solid shapes. Students will learn the shapes using a variety of different tools. They will also be exposed to polygons and fractions with halves and fourths. In addition students will look at attributes of different shapes. Master Math can be taught in many ways but I will provide the tools to make it a rotation based learning process. Each lesson begins with a whole group mini lesson provided in a SMART notebook version or a pdf file. Then students begin to rotate (much like centers). MASTER stands for Manipulatives, Apply Skills, Small Group, Technology, Enrichment, and Review. There are activities provided for each component listed, lesson plans, assessments, SMART notebook files, and a fun culminating craft. Included you will receive:

Manipulatives

  • 3-D puzzles
  • 2-D puzzles
  • slides/stacks/rolls sort
  • 3-D labels to sort shapes
  • 3-D shape sort (things in the world)
  • 2-D shape sort (things in the world)
  • Attribute sorting mat dry/erase
  • Making objects out of shapes
  • Fraction sorting
  • Owl Shape sorting

Apply Skills

  • Plane or Solid Spin &Cover All
  • Rolls, Stacks, & Slides Spin & Cover All
  • How Many Sides? Spin & Cover All
  • Halves or Fourths Spin & Cover All
  • Halves or Whole Spin & Cover All
  • Halves, Fourths, & Whole Spin & Cover All
  • 2-D Shape-O (bingo)
  • 3-D Shape-O (bingo)
  • Mixed 2-D & 3-D Shape-O (bingo)
  • Shape War (Most Sides)
  • Concentration 2-D & 3-D versions

Small Group

  • 2-D shapes Introduction
  • 2-D Shapes Sorting
  • 2-D Shapes in Real Life
  • 2-D Shapes Attributes
  • 2-D Polygon vs. Non-polygon (optional Lesson)
  • 3-d shapes Cone, Cube, & Sphere
  • 3-D Shapes Prism, Pyramid, Cylinder
  • 3-D Shapes sorting
  • 3-D Shapes in real Life
  • Fractions 2 equal parts
  • Fractions 4 equal parts
  • Fractions Mixed Practice
  • Labeling fractions
  • Assessment

Technology 7 activities in Boom Learning and Google Slides

  • How many sides and corners?
  • 2-D shapes in the real world
  • 3-D shapes in the real world
  • Does it roll, stack or slide?
  • Is it a plane shape or a solid shape?
  • Is it whole, halves, our fourths?
  • 2-D & 3-D assessment

Enrichment

  • Build 3 Dimensional Shapes out of paper patterns and write about them.
  • Build 3 Dimensional Shapes using marshmallows and toothpicks and write about them.
  • Build 2 Dimensional shapes using marshmallows and sticks compare and contrast two shapes using a Venn diagram
  • Build shapes with playdough and compare and contrast.
  • Make halves, whole, and fourths out of playdough or paper pencil shapes

Review

  • Number bonds
  • Addition to 10
  • Subtraction to 10
  • Fact Families
  • Number Patterns
  • Number Stories
  • Shapes
  • One Less and One More
  • Number Sense

Owl Craft

  • Owl Craft cumulative project to review shapes

Recording Sheets

  • Class progress sheet•Individual progress sheet

Lesson Plans

  • 14 lessons completed for you
  • 5 templates to create your own

SMART Notebook warm up lessons whole group

  • 13 different lessons
  • 13 pdf’s in case you don’t have SMART Notebook

Description, I Can Statements, Standards, Binder Cover and Layout

Rotation Templates in SMART Notebook or PDF version

**IMPORTANT NOTES FOR THE TECHNOLOGY PIECES**

Some of this resource is in Google Slides format. You will NEED TO HAVE ACCESS to GOOGLE SLIDES to use this resource. It is also helpful to have GOOGLE CLASSROOM but not necessary. It will help you easily send the activities to your students.

Please note: I am not affiliated or associated with Google, nor do they endorse this resource. 

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3-D Shapes in the Real World

Whole, Halves, Fourths
Does it Roll, Stack, or Slide?

Plane or Solid

How many sides or corners?

2-D Shapes in the Real World

2-D and 3-D Assessment

Similar Units

Number Sense Master Math Unit 1

Addition to 10 Master Math Unit 2

Subtraction to 10 Master Math Unit 3

Geometry Master Math Unit 4

Place Value Master Math Unit 5

First Grade Math Curriculum Master Math Bundle Units 1-5

Comparing Numbers Master Math Unit 6

Addition and Subtraction to 20 Master Math Unit 7

Applying Properties of Addition and Subtraction to 20 Master Math Unit 8

Telling Time Master Math Unit 9

Mental Math Master Math Unit 10

First Grade Master Math Curriculum Master Math Bundle 6-10

Measurement Master Math Unit 11

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Recognize and draw shapes having specified attributes, such as a given number of angles or a given number of equal faces. Identify triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, and cubes.
Partition circles and rectangles into two and four equal shares, describe the shares using the words halves, fourths, and quarters, and use the phrases half of, fourth of, and quarter of. Describe the whole as two of, or four of the shares. Understand for these examples that decomposing into more equal shares creates smaller shares.
Compose two-dimensional shapes (rectangles, squares, trapezoids, triangles, half-circles, and quarter-circles) or three-dimensional shapes (cubes, right rectangular prisms, right circular cones, and right circular cylinders) to create a composite shape, and compose new shapes from the composite shape.
Distinguish between defining attributes (e.g., triangles are closed and three-sided) versus non-defining attributes (e.g., color, orientation, overall size); build and draw shapes to possess defining attributes.
Compose simple shapes to form larger shapes. For example, “Can you join these two triangles with full sides touching to make a rectangle?”
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