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I Spy Shapes By Denise Porter ECOMP 5007

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company name I Spy Shapes The student will recognize and name the following basic shapes: circles, triangles, squares, and rectangles. (MKG1.a) The student will observe concrete objects in the environment and represent the objects using basic shapes. (MKG1.c)

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company name I Spy Shapes… Let’s go on a shape hunt. Use your detective skills to find circles, triangles, squares, and rectangles. See if you can recognize basic shapes in objects in our world.

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Find the circle…

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company name You found it! Great detective work. Yes, this ball is shaped like a circle. Keep going…

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company name OOPS! Try again… This is not a circle. This is called a square.

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company name Sorry! Try again… This is not a circle. This is called a triangle.

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Find the square…

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company name You found it! Great detective work. Yes, this crayon box is shaped like a square. Keep going…

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company name OOPS! Try again… This is not a square. This shape is called a triangle.

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company name Sorry! Try again… This is not a square. This shape is called a rectangle.

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Find the triangle…

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company name You found it! Great detective work. Yes, this tree is shaped like a triangle. Keep going…

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company name OOPS! Try again… This is not a triangle. This shape is called a circle.

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company name Sorry! Try again… This is not a triangle. This shape is called a rectangle.

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Find the rectangle…

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company name You found it! Great detective work. Yes, this frame is shaped like a rectangle. Keep going…

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company name OOPS! Try again… This is not a rectangle. This shape is called a triangle.

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company name Sorry! Try again… This is not a rectangle. This shape is called a circle.

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company name Congratulations! You have been a great shape detective. Keep looking for circles, squares, triangles, and rectangles in the world around you. Click here if you want to start all over again…

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