20 printable lessons to help your students improve their Spatial Awareness, understand intersecting lines, move beyond the obvious and experience true challenges (not just more of the same). These designs range from 17 to 57 circles as your students identify and compare. These activities work well for the whole-class, but they are also perfect for independent or partner-work at math centers.
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If you would like more of problem-solving, here are the others in this series:
How Many Triangles
How Many Circles
How Many Rectangles
How Many Cubes