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SHAPE IT UP Geometry – 2 nd Grade Kathy Dewberry

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3-D Shapes Cube Cylinder

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Pyramid Rectangular Prism

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Sphere Cone

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Go on a scavenger hunt around the classroom to see if you can find the following: Cone Rectangular prism Pyramid Cube Sphere Cylinder

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Shapes have …. Faces (or sides) Vertices (or corners) Edges (where sides come together)

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Count the faces _____ Count the vertices _____ Count the edges _____

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Count the faces ______ Count the vertices _____ Count the edges _____

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Symmetry This has a line of symmetry : This does not have a line of symmetry :

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This does not have a line of symmetry : This This This has a line of symmetry :

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Do These Shapes Have a Line of Symmetry ?

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Do these numbers and letters have a line of symmetry? T Y 4 8 10 Z w

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Does your first name have a line of symmetry ? A m y … NO

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What if…. You combine a cube and a pyramid – what would you make ?

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You combine a cone and a sphere – what would you make?

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You combine a rectangular prism with a cylinder – what would you make?

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Make your own new 3D object using at least 2 shapes. ?? ? plus

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Turns, Slides, Flips Turn Slide Flip Is this a turn, slide, or flip? 18 81

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Shape up to Geometry There are six 3-D shapes we need to know * There are six 3-D shapes we need to know: cone, cube, cylinder, rectangular prism, pyramid, and sphere. A line of symmetry meansA line of symmetry means : both sides of a figure are the same size when a line is drawn down the middle. We can combine shapes to make new shapes * We can combine shapes to make new shapes. http://www.ixl.com/math/practice/grade-2 http://www.mcrel.org/topics/products/16

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