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Ms. Werder

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Creating Bags of Shapes (K- Unit 5, Mod 1, Part 2- TEA)

Let’s count shapes together. 1. Tap the to start activity. 2. Use the tool to ▶️ play the directions on each slide. 3. Tap the to move shapes 4. Tap to share your observations, read the words, and say answers. 5. Try each slide 6. When you are done tap the and add to

Kindergarten, Math
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Exploring Shapes- Supports Bridges Kindergarten, Unit 5 , Module 1, Session 3 (https://bridges.mathlearningcenter.org/view/br0-tg#821) This Tech-Enhanced Activity is based on learning in Session 3. The work supports students’ understanding of classifying, counting, and comparing sets of objects with pattern block shapes. Preview this content with a short video (https://drive.google.com/file/d/19cgPcg27EZj-U5hk5dG5uRrm35lAv9CY/view) . Part 2: Creating Bags of Shapes Students create a collection of 15 shapes for a classmate to sort and count. If delivering asynchronously: ● Students self-pace through the slides. ● Students count shapes in a sample student bag before building their own. They count each type of shape in their bag and label it with the corresponding number. If delivering synchronously: ● Start a Zoom or Google Meet session. ● Open the slides and share your screen. Students do not yet need to open their copy. ● Use the “Bags of shapes” slide to facilitate a discussion about what shapes students will put in their bags and why. ● On the “Pick your pattern block shapes” slide, invite students to help you select shapes for a sample bag. Chorally count the number of each shape in the bag. ● Continue with discussion questions: ○ Which shape has the most? ○ Which shape has the least amount? ○ How many of each shape? ○ How many shapes all together? ● Have students open their copy of the slides. ● Invite each student to make their own combination of 15 shapes.