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MIRELLA GONZALEZ

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3-D Shapes Assessment

Learning Target: I can build and describe 3-D shapes. **PARENTS make sure your child does this on his/her own without any help 1. Get materials to build 3-D shapes. (ex. playdough, blocks, sand, or slime). **if you need a quick and easy playdough recipe click the video below) 2. Build all five 3-D shapes we have learned about. (sphere, cylinder, cube, rectangular prism, and cone) **If you need help figuring out how to build them watch the 2nd video below. 3. Click the and take a photo of your work (make sure to label your 3-D shapes) 4. Record your voice telling your teacher the names of the shapes and 1 characteristic (ex. how many sides, flat surfaces etc.). Playdough recipe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAIAm6BF0fs How to build 3-D shapes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NojO2HCXerY

Kindergarten, Math
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