# Identify the circle triangle square and rectangle

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Identify the Circle, Triangle,Square, and RectangleDisplay the Shape Cards face down in a pocket chart. Choose a volunteerto reveal a shape and identify it. Continue with other volunteers until all shapeshave been identified.Replace the Shape Cards in the top row of the pocket chartto create column headings.Operations &Algebraic ThinkingA.1 - Represent additionand subtraction ina variety of ways.GeometryA.1- Describe objectsusing shapes andrelative positions.A.2- Correctlyname shapes.MaterialsFNoneIdentify Shapes inthe EnvironmentMaterialsFBackpack Bear’s MathBig Book, pages 4 – 7FShape Cards:circle, triangle,square, rectangleF2-D Shape Photo Picture Cards (all)FDrawing paper, pencilsFPocket chart12
UWD471UNIT4151Shape DetectivesSay:Today let’s be shape detectives. Here are some pictures of real objects.You will each have a partner. You and your partner will discuss which shapeyour object looks most like.The children use the “Stand Up, Hand Up, Partner Up” method to partner.Distribute the 2-D Shape Picture Cards. Some partners may receive two cards.Partners discuss their Picture Cards and identify the different shapes.Circulate and assist if needed. After an appropriate amount of time say:Clap once if you can hear me.(The children do this.)Clap twice ifyou can hear me.(The children do this.)Partner ShareThe partners take turns to share their findings, and place thePicture Cards under the correct shapes in the pocket chart.Formative AssessmentDraw ShapesDistribute drawing paper and pencils. Explain to the children that they shoulddraw pictures incorporating circle, triangle, square, and rectangle shapes.Ask the children to identify the shapes they used in their pictures as youcirculate throughout the classroom.34
UNIT4WEEK7DAY2152MagicMath MomentCount BackwardProjectStarfall.com, Math Songs: “10 Kids Went to Play,”or gather the children around a classroom computer.The children watch and listen to the song.Ask:What did you notice about how they counted in the song?(Volunteers respond.)Right, the numbers went down instead of up!They counted backward.Say:Watch again, but this time notice where each child is on the playground.Play the song again and discuss.Introduce Positional WordsSay:Today let’s talk about positional words.A positional wordtells the position of someone, orwhere something is.IndicateBackpack Bear’s Math Big Book, page 39.Say:Backpack Bear made a scrapbook for you! Let’s see if we can tellwhere he is in these pictures. Raise your hand if you can tell BackpackBear’s position, or where he is in the first picture.(A volunteer responds.)Yes, Backpack Bear is behind the bookshelf.Behindis a positional word.I will write behind on the whiteboard.

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