Here are some quick, easy and fun
activities, to do to springy up your 2D shape reviews
during the spring months.
The “Bunny’s Shapely Nose” patterns come in color on a full-page
size, as well as a two-on-a-page size
to use as a center activity
The large bunny pattern also includes shape word cards
, so that older students can practice matching a shape to its shape word.
There's a smaller, 3-on-a-page size
to use for games
, where children pick a partner and play “Show me the shape.”
I’ve also included black & white
patterns, so that children can make their own shape games.
* Run the various shaped noses off on pink construction paper or card stock; laminate and trim.
* Keep the noses in a ZipLoc Snack Baggie and attach to the set of cards with a paperclip.
I also play a whole-group game of “Show Me The Shape”
, using the large bunny on my white board, which I attach with a magnet strip.
* Attach a soft Velcro dot to the nose section of the bunny, as well as the word section, then scratchy Velcro dots to the pieces.
* Pass out the pieces and call for a shape.
* The child holding that shape, comes up and attaches it. Everyone says the shape as the child points to the nose, then repeats it by reading the shape word
as they point to it.
There’s also a black and white “My Bunny’s Nose” booklet
, with options for additional pages
which feature other shapes.
Children read the word and draw that shape on the bunny’s face, then color, trim and collate their shape booklet
There are thirteen, 2D shapes
included in the packet, which are featured on the cover.
I’ve also included a graphing extension
to practice another standard.
I designed this packet to go along with the “Shapely Bunnies” craftivity.
Click here, to take a look
I’m Diane from Teach With Me, hoping your kiddos enjoy shaping up with a rabbit.
Click here, to see my other Shape activities