Here are two activities to do with 3-D shapes.
The first is a "Shape Hunt"- where you go around the classroom/school/outside and find different 3-D shapes.
The second is a matching game featuring real objects on the cards (instead of the shape
This is a science journal I created after reading Jack and the Beanstalk. We put 5 lima bean seeds in a plastic cup with two pieces of paper towels. The class monitored their beanstalk for about a month.
I had them color their cover page and make
Here is some extra practice finding circumference, diameter, and radius. One of the values will be given and the student will need to find what is left. The two circumference equations are given to make it a bit easier.
A worksheet to help students understand the phrase, "how many more?"
One example is done for you. I wanted to leave the rest blank. Based on your student's abilities and grade levels.
This could be used as a whole group lesson, small group, or even