By Alexa Schiavone Shapes and Numbers

Feb 23, 2016

Shapes and Numbers. By Alexa Schiavone. Today we will be learning about Shapes and Numbers! they are important! . Main Menu. How to find your way through the lesson… Return back to this main menu. Go to the next page. Go back one page. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Shapes and Numbers

YES!! Good Job!

This is a triangle!

Resources

Colorful background - http://todovector.blogspot.com/2010/05/abstract-rainbow-flow-background.htmlSoccer ball - http://www.123rf.com/stock-photo/2d_soccer.htmlBasketball square - http://www.robbinssports.com/bison-basketball-replacement-shooters-square-backboard-target-p-2561.htmlPool triangle - http://vigilantcitizen.com/vcboards/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=1965&view=printFootball rectangle - http://www.bigstockphoto.com/image-3127107/stock-photo-american-football-fieldNumbers 1-5 - http://www.nationalkindergartenreadiness.com/2011/04/number-tracing-pre-k-worksheets/Race to Trace numbers 1-5 - http://homeschoolparent.blogspot.com/2010/07/race-to-trace-game.htmlStudent raising hand - http://www.amazingclassroom.com/templates/bright_yellow/default.asp?cag=sample3Descriptions of numbers - Chant and Write by Dr. Jean

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A circle looks like this

You want a triangle that looks like this

Number Video!OOPS!! Try again!

A rectangle looks like this

You want this

45This is a circle! A circle does not have any points or sharp edges. It is round.

CIRCLE!! 6This is a square!A square has four (4) equal sides. All sides are the same length.

SQUARE!! 7This is a triangle! A triangle has three (3) sides. The sides do not have to be the same length.

TRIANGLE!! 8This is a rectangle! A rectangle has four (4) sides. The two sides across from each other are equal.

RECTANGLE!! http://www.bigstockphoto.com/image-3127107/stock-photo-american-football-field9OOPS!! Try again!

is THREE!

You want FOUR!

a)b)c)d)

Which of the following is a Rectangle? YES!! Good Job!

This is a rectangle!

YES!! Good Job!

This shape is a triangle!

171or ONEPull straight down and you have a 1(one).

2or TWOUp, around, down, and across makes 2 (two).

3or THREETwo humps sideways and that is a 3 (three).

4or FOURGo down, across, then down some more and that is a 4 (four).

5or FIVEPull down, circle round, put a hat on top and you have a 5 (five).

Time to practice numbers!!How do you write the number FOUR?a) b) c)

d)

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is ONE.

You want FOUR!

You have completed the lesson for numbers!! Go back to the home page to learn about shapes!

*If you have finished both lessons then go back to the main menu and take the quiz!

What is this shape?a) Triangleb) Squarec) Circled) Rectangle

http://www.123rf.com/stock-photo/2d_soccer.html41OOPS!! Try again!

A rectangle looks like this

You want a triangle that looks like this

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