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# 3D shapes

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Your kids won’t want to stop at decorating the family Christmas tree once they see how much fun it is. Here are three great Christmas tree kids crafts to continue the tree decorating festivities.1. Petal Christmas Tree on Crate Paper Blog: After punching out the shapes, kids will love building this Christmas tree one petal at a time. The picking and gluing is a great activity for developing fine motor skills too.2.

Over the summer holidays, I’ve joined together with a group of bloggers to bring you weekly craft and play ideas using simple supplies from around the home or garden. We’re starting with sticks (either sticks from outdoors, or craft sticks). Make sure to check out all of the other fun stick ideas linked at the […]

I have been trying to put a lot of my lessons together into some kind of order, this week. So I put my 3D Shape lesson outlines together to make a 3D Shape Mini Unit which is suitable for Kindergarten to Grade 2. There are three lesson outlines, which I have based off my state's maths syllabus, but it can be used for any Kindergarten to Grade 2 class. LESSON 1 is 3D shape recognition and there are two differentiated student worksheets. Lesson 2 focuses on 3D shape identification based on…

Challenge Table. Ch match household objects to its mathematical shape

Let's wax lyrical about 3D shapes!

Sticks are making maths ever-more interesting outside.

3d shapes - handy for my students with learning difficulties

We have been learning about 3-D shapes. We compared the shapes by whether they can roll slide or both. We also sorted real objects by their 3-D shape. We made the shapes with playdough and we read the Math Start Book Jack the Builder and created our own 3-D sculptures and charted how many of each 3-D shape we used.

Match the 3d shape to its outline. Can you spot the similarities between the outline and the shape's faces? EYFS

Make a three dimensional Christmas tree by cutting out and gluing four paper Christmas tree shapes around a craft stick. Printable Christmas tree templates are included for easy crafing.