# Geometric Figures and Their Properties (5.1.01) Anderson Vertical Team: Shelley, Valerie, Marjorie, Mari, Marsha, Jane, and Teresa.

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Geometric Figures and Their Properties (5.1.01) Anderson Vertical Team: Shelley, Valerie, Marjorie, Mari, Marsha, Jane, and Teresa

Pre-K ▲ match, recognize, and name, geometric plane figures using models: circle, triangle, square, rectangle, rhombus, and ellipse (oval).

Kindergarten name, sort, and describe geometric plane figures using models and real-world objects: circle, triangle, square, and rectangle.

1st Grade name, sort, and describe, build, and draw geometric plane figures using models and real-world objects: circle, triangle, square, rectangle, rhombus, trapezoid, and hexagon.

2nd Grade ▲ name, sort, describe, build, and draw and solve real-world problems involving geometric plane figures: circle, triangle, square, rectangle, rhombus, trapezoid, hexagon, ellipse (oval), and polygon (figures should be recognized independently, as well as, being combined or separated to make a new shape).

3rd Grade ▲ name, sort, describe, and solve real- world problems involving geometric plane figures and their component parts (sides, angles): circle, triangle, square, rectangle, rhombus, trapezoid, hexagon, ellipse (oval), pentagon, octagon, polygon, quadrilateral, and parallelogram (students also need to be able to identify these shapes in a pattern block set).

4th Grade ▲ identify, name, describe and solve real world problems using the properties of geometric figures and their component parts (sides, angles): circle, triangle, square, rectangle, rhombus, trapezoid, hexagon, ellipse (oval), pentagon, octagon, polygon, quadrilateral, parallelogram, and regular and irregular polygons (figures should be recognized independently as well as part of a composite picture).

5th Grade ▲ identify, name, describe and solve real world problems using the properties of geometric figures: regular and irregular polygons up to 10 sides, circle, and ellipse. (Figures should be recognized independently as well as part of a composite picture). Inside Shape

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