Kindergarten Geometry Mega Pack: all about 2D & 3D shapes

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Geometry for Kinders is Common Core friendly and contains over 25 2D and 3D shape activities for your classroom including anchor charts to help the learning process. Over 150 usable pages.

Teacher Posters
p.2 Tables of Contents with relevant K.G. CCSS marked for each section
p.9 I Can Statements
p.13 Flat/Solid poster
p.14 What IS a Flat/2D Shape?
p.16 What’s in a Flat/2D Shape?
p.18 Flat/2D Shapes (all shapes on 1 page)
p.20 2D Shape Posters (1 page per shape)
p.26 What IS a Solid/3D Shape?
p.28 Solid Shapes: Words and Meanings
p.29 What’s in a Solid/3D Shape?
p.31 Solid Shapes (geometric shapes)
p.32 Solid Shapes (environmental shapeS)
p.33 3D Shape Posters (1 page per shape)
p.39 Positional Words (all words on 1 page)
p.40 Positional Word Posters (1 page per shape)
p.46 Word Wall Cards (2D shapes, 3D shapes, positional words)
p.49 Shape Rhymes (1 page for each shape)

Student Printables
p.64 Color and Count (UK spelling version included)
p.65 2D Cut and Paste
p.66 3D Cut and Paste
p.67 Mini-books for 2D & 3D Shapes
p.71 Draw and Label 2 Flat and Solid Shapes
p.73 Find, Draw and Write About 2D and 3D Shapes
p.79 Find a Shape Labels
p.85 My Words
p.86 Where Are We?: Positional books

Classroom Resources
p.104 2D Shapes Wheel
p.106 2D & 3D Shapes Puzzles
p.109 Shapes and Words
p.110 Write the Word
p.111 I Have, Who Has?

Shape Hunt
p.117 11 Shapes in the Environment Posters (color and black and white)
p.139 Music Poster (with instrument names marked)
p.140 Where Am I?: Positional Sentences

Creating with Shapes
Students use a game board or spinner to accumulate 2D shapes for construction. When completed, students discuss their creation and record their work via drawing and writing.

p.146 Game Board and Instructions
p.148 Playing Cards for Game Board
p.151 Shape Manipulatives (if you don’t have your own)
p.157 I Made It! Discussion Poster
p.158 Spinner (to use instead of Game Board)
p.159 Recording Sheets and Journal Strips

Making Shapes with Play Dough
p.166 I Can Make 2D/3D Shapes
p.168 I Can Make New Shapes
p.170 I Made 2D/3D Shapes Discussion Cards

Shapes for Transportation
Students construct 3 transporters by manipulating shapes to match an original picture. Includes coloring pages, plus counting and tracing activities.

p.173 Our Shapes Poster
p.174 Transportation Pictures (color and black and white)
p.176 Transportation Pieces (color and black and white)
p.177 Transportation Labels
p.178 Sentences to Trace
p.180 Transportation Printables

UK/Australian Spelling pages at the end of the pack

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For more Common Core Aligned Math Products:

You can find Counting to 100 by Ones and Tens here.
You can find Count and Write Numbers 0-20 here.
You can find Counting Forward from any Number here.
You can find Fluent with Five here.
You can find Play Dough Mats: Numbers and Counting here.

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Count to 100 by ones and by tens.
Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to begin at 1).
Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).
Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.
When counting objects, say the number names in the standard order, pairing each object with one and only one number name and each number name with one and only one object.


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