This is a great package to supplement your instruction on solids.
Check out the preview for a detailed look at what is included in this super solids pack.
Here is a list of the items included in the Super Solids Pack:
Diagnostic and Summative Assessment Checklist- French & English versions
Craftivities: 3D Dudes- Make a cylinder, pyramid, sphere, cone, and rectangular prism dude.
Board Game: Les solides superbes. Name the solid after spinning the including spinner. You can differentiate this game by having students name the solids’ properties, and/or give a real life example. See the preview for a full description of the game.
Worksheet to practise skills learned about solids
Flashcards of solids: un prisme triangulaire, un cylindre, un cône, une sphère, un prisme rectangulaire, un cube, une pyramide à base carrée, une pyramide à base triangulaire
Black & White and Colour Word Wall cards : un prisme triangulaire, un cylindre, un cône, une sphère, un prisme rectangulaire, un cube, une pyramide à base carrée, une pyramide à base triangulaire
Real life solids match up- There are word cards and 7 pictures of real life familiar objects for each solid listed above. You can use them as an instructional tool or as a centre.
Bingo: Students get their own bingo card which they make themselves by cutting and pasting four different shapes of their choosing. Bingo card and shapes for the cut & paste are included. You can use the bingo as a formative assessment. Students who have difficulty finding the called solid may need more practise with the skill. An alternative to calling the names of the solids is describing the attributes of the solid. Students decide for themselves which solid you are describing and then see if they have it on their card.
Matching game: It’s a fun & simple concept- match the solid to its mathematical term en français.
Roll & Record game: Using the dice included in the pack, roll and record the results on the provided bar graph. The solid rolled the most times is the winner. You can play this game for your unit in Probability as well. A different angle of the game is to assign each game player one of the solids on the dice. Each student has their own bar graph to colour. They each take turns rolling the dice. They only colour the solids that they roll. When one of the students fills the whole bar in their chosen solid, or after a certain amount of time (use a sand timer or tocker) is the winner.
Les solides: 3D shapes mini-book : It’s a black and white booklet students can colour and use to practise reading sight words and mathematical terms.