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EDUC 303 Lesson PlanName: Noreen McDowellI.Subject and Grade Level:Math for Kindergarten II.Topic:GeometryIII.Subtopic: Geometric plane figures (2 dimensional) identification (ex. Rectangle, triangle, square, circle)IV. STANDARDSA.Virginia Standard of Learning: K.10 Students will: a) identify and describe plane figures (circle , triangle, square, and rectangle) b) compare the sizes and shape of plane figuresc) describe the location of one object relative to another (above, below, next to) and identify representation of the plane figure regardless of their position and orientations in space.B.Common Core State Standard: K.G.2) Correctly name shapes regardless of their orientations or overall sizeK.G.3) Identify shapes as two dimensional (lying in a plane “flat”)or three-dimensional (“solid”)IV.Objective:Given a worksheet with circles, squares, triangles, and rectangles all in different sizes and orientation, the students will correctly name the shape and whether it is flat or solid to obtain 9/10 correctly.V.Materials:Hand held shapes-to be used to identify and compare. Geometric plane figure posters will serve as learning and reviewing tool.

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