3D shape hunt

Yesterday, we began our one on 3-dimensional shapes.  The students explored spheres, pyramids, cylinders, cones, and cubes.  We talked around the faces of a 3D frame, as well as the number of vertices ~ people 3D shapes had.  The children for this reason split into five groups.  Each dispose was assigned a 3D shape to look for in the classroom.  We soon afterward came back to the rug and the children shared their pet find.  We repeated the nimbleness in the hallways of Steward School!  The children did a herculean job with this activity and had a peal!

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