# What is a Shape? By Denise Porter ECOMP 5007 recognize and name the following basic shapes: circles, triangles, squares, and rectangles. (MKG1.a) observe.

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What is a Shape? By Denise Porter ECOMP 5007

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

Shape Song (to the tune of: "The Farmer in the Dell") A circle's like a ball, A circle's like a ball, Round and round It never stops. A circle's like a ball! A square is like a box, A square is like a box, It has four sides, They are the same. A square is like a box! A triangle has 3 sides, A triangle has 3 sides, Up the mountain, Down, and back. A triangle has 3 sides! A rectangle has 4 sides, A rectangle has 4 sides, Two are long, and Two are short. A rectangle has 4 sides.

Make A Circle (to the tune of "Pop Goes the Weasel") Round and round on the paper I go, What fun to go around like so, What have I made, do you know? I made a circle!

Make A Square (to the tune of "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star") From the bottom to the top, Straight across and then you stop, Straight down to the bottom again, Across and stop where you began, If the lines are the same size, Then a square is your surprise.

Make a Triangle (to the tune of "Three Blind Mice") One, two, three; one, two, three Do you see? Do you see? Up the hill and to the top, Down the hill--and then you stop, Straight across; tell me what have you got? A triangle--a triangle!

Make A Rectangle (to the tune of "The Eensy, Weensy Spider") A long line at the bottom, A long line at the top, A short line to connect each side, A rectangle you've got! A short line at the bottom A short line at the top A long line to connect each side A rectangle you've got!

Shapes are everywhere…

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