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Elaine Brooker

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Beginning to learn about shapes

First, watch the recording from Ms. Elaine on page 1. Then go to page 2 in the activity. What do you see? Turn on the :mic and tell us what you see! Do you know the names for what you see? It's ok if you don't know them yet. That's why we are learning! There are 3 boxes. Tap move and sort what you see into 3 groups. I want to hear how you sort them so remember to have your mic turned on! When you are done, tap check Supporting adults: I'd like to see what the children know now before we continue with this unit. Please give them time to try this by themselves before you step in to help them. Always remember to ask "WOULD YOU LIKE MY HELP?" Please note that squares are special rectangles so we will group them together for now. We are want the children to look at the number of sides and vertices of a shape to determine similarities. Later we will look at differentiating squares and rectangles. Learning Intentions: To begin to find and describe basic 2D shapes using informal language without naming.

Pre-K, Math
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