Student Instructions

### I can partition shapes into Thirds and Fourths!

Hi G2 Mathematicians, In this math unit, you have explored different ways to partition pizza's for your friends and various geometric shapes such as squares, rectangles, circles and triangles. So far, you have shown us how you can partition these shapes into Halves, Thirds, and Fourths. Today, you get to pick your own shape and show us what you know! Step 1: Find examples in our classroom of a squares, rectangles, triangles or circles. Step 2: Take a photo of TWO of these shapes and save them to your camera roll. Step 3: Open Seesaw and create a post that shows how you can partition one shape into Thirds and one photo that shows how you can partition into Fourths. Step 4: Be sure to use the draw feature to show how you partitioned the shape Equally and Fairly! Step 5: If you can, please use the draw feature to fill in ONE third and One fourth of your shape to help others clearly see how you partitioned each shape! Have Fun!