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Kate Hutchinson

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MATHS- 3D Shapes

LI: To be able to recognise 3D Shapes in our environments and sort them into categories. SC: I will be able to: - find 3D Shapes in my house - classify them into which ones can 'stack', 'slide' and 'roll'. What you need to do: 1. Watch the following video. You may have seen this before. Sing along if you remember it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cg-Uc556-Q 2. Go on a 3D Shape hunt around your house and backyard. Try to gather at least 10 shapes that are 3-Dimensional. Have a look at 'Image 1' to help you. It is okay if some of these items are the same shape. 3. Use your iPad to take a photo of each item (individually). You will need these for tomorrow. 4. In your Home Learning Scrapbook, open up to a double page and copy and draw a 3- way Venn Diagram. The write the headings. The headings are: - Roll - Slide - Stack - Roll and Stack -Slide and Stack - Slide and Roll -All 3 Just like in 'Image 2'- I have made an example for you. Hint: You may find it easier to trace around a circular object (like the top of one of your cylinders). 5. Watch the video on 'Stack', 'Slide' and 'Roll'. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AcsUQIxJKjY. 6. Look at the items you have collected from around your house and determine which part of the Venn Diagram they fall into. Hint: Sometimes they may fall into more than one and this why we have drawn a 3-way Venn Diagram. 7. Once you have determined which part of the Venn Diagram each item belongs to, draw the items in your Venn Diagram. 8. Post a clear photo of your work to the Maths Folder.

3rd Grade, Math
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