Kindergarten Common Core Interactive Notebook

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Kindergarten Interactive Notebook

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This Interactive Notebook is great for your little learners to hit all the points on the Geometry Common Core checklist. With fun activities, this is perfect for your visual and hands on learners.

TASK CARDS

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These task cards are great for your math stations. With 6 tasks and 4 shapes, these can be used over and over for endless fun.

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2-D/3-D SHAPE PAGES (SIDES, CORNERS, FACES)

 

There are 10 flat shapes and 6 solid shapes included in this set. With each shape you will write the name of the shape. Then, under the flaps, answer the questions: How many sides do I have? How many corners do I have? & How many faces do I have?

DEFINING ATTRIBUTES AND SORT THE SHAPES

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On these pages you will see what the attributes of the shapes are (curved surface, side, face, and corner). You will also sort several shapes into 2-D (flat) and 3-D (solid).

WHICH HAS MORE SIDES AND PROPERTIES OF SHAPES FLIPBOOK

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On the left your student will color the shape that has the most sides. If the shapes have the same amount of sides, both will be colored. On the right page there are two flip books discussing the properties of solid figures vs. the properties of flat figures. Each flap has an activity.

SHAPE CRIME SCENE AND REAL WORLD SHAPES

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I actually recommend printing shape crime scene on white paper, it will be cuter in the end. You must follow a series of steps to figure out which step is the one left blank, because he stole all the ice cream. This covers in front of, behind, above, below, and next to. On the right are flaps. Your student must find something around the room that is that shape and draw it underneath the flap.

COMPOSING SHAPES

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The fun thing about shapes is that you can make new shapes out of other shapes. The green side is a little easier (you can kind of see the larger shapes) and the orange side is where they can get a little more creative with their shapes. Use the colored shapes at the end to give them a hands on before they draw the shapes.

DO I ROLL OR STACK OR BOTH?

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This will help your students see that 3-D shapes are more solid and can be compared to something familiar (balls and blocks). They need to look and see which shapes have flat and round faces.

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