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This is a collection of SHAPE math activities.

This download includes:

1. I can find the shapes with no points/vertices. Students take their color coded mat (4) to find the shapes with no points. All mats are similar but not exactly the same. There is a printable for students to color the shapes without vertices. There are separate I can and printables using the terms vertices instead of points.

2. I can find the shape (triangle, square, circles, ovals, rectangles, diamonds, rhombus.) Students take their color coded mat (4) to find the shape asked for. All mats are similar but not exactly the same. There are separate activities using the term diamond and rhombus to meet your needs. There are 3 coloring printables to go along with these areas.

3. I can play a shape identification game. There are two different game boards to choose from. One will take longer to play than the other. Students pull a shape card (use any of the shapes you have taught or that you choose) and if they know that shape, they get to roll the die. They can move a marker that many places.

4. I can count the points and lines in shapes. Students take their cards and count the shapes points and lines in the given shape. They write down the number on the top, in the given boxes. There are separate I can statements, cards, and printables which use the term vertices instead of points.

5. I can find the points and straight lines in a shape. Students take their cards and place dots of the points of the shapes. Then they write a number on the straight line of a shape or letters to show the curved line of a shape. Again there is a printable option. There is also a separate option which uses the term vertices instead of points.

6. I can draw flat shapes. Student use the mats provided to trace, then draw the shapes. Please note, although an oval and circle do not have points or vertices, I provided them points for drawing. To show these as “different” I made the points hallow. Use this as a teachable opportunity. I also made note when to draw a curved line to help their brains.

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This download includes:

1. I can find the shapes with no points/vertices. Students take their color coded mat (4) to find the shapes with no points. All mats are similar but not exactly the same. There is a printable for students to color the shapes without vertices. There are separate I can and printables using the terms vertices instead of points.

2. I can find the shape (triangle, square, circles, ovals, rectangles, diamonds, rhombus.) Students take their color coded mat (4) to find the shape asked for. All mats are similar but not exactly the same. There are separate activities using the term diamond and rhombus to meet your needs. There are 3 coloring printables to go along with these areas.

3. I can play a shape identification game. There are two different game boards to choose from. One will take longer to play than the other. Students pull a shape card (use any of the shapes you have taught or that you choose) and if they know that shape, they get to roll the die. They can move a marker that many places.

4. I can count the points and lines in shapes. Students take their cards and count the shapes points and lines in the given shape. They write down the number on the top, in the given boxes. There are separate I can statements, cards, and printables which use the term vertices instead of points.

5. I can find the points and straight lines in a shape. Students take their cards and place dots of the points of the shapes. Then they write a number on the straight line of a shape or letters to show the curved line of a shape. Again there is a printable option. There is also a separate option which uses the term vertices instead of points.

6. I can draw flat shapes. Student use the mats provided to trace, then draw the shapes. Please note, although an oval and circle do not have points or vertices, I provided them points for drawing. To show these as “different” I made the points hallow. Use this as a teachable opportunity. I also made note when to draw a curved line to help their brains.

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