Re-Visiting 3D Solids and 2D Shapes

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Co-constructing criteria for Tuesday: learning target

Observational Assessment : Pages 9-11 of this document Math Pod1

Day 1: Exploring 3D Solids  Students will be given time to explore, in small groups, the 3D materials that they brought to school. As they are exploring, record the language that they use such as rolls, slides, stack, etc. Document through the use of photos. Once they have had had time to explore and documentation of all of the groups have been completed, meet in full group.

We will co-construct criteria together for our learning target. Let students know that in their grade they need to be able to sort 3D solids according to an attribute and explain the sorting rule. Discuss what sorting means. Discuss what attribute means. What do you need to know or understand about 3D solids to sort? (criteria)  What would that look like? (details) What would you have to understand to explain how they are sorted? Fill in the criteria and details as they speak.

Have students return to their solids and small groups and find a collection or set of 3D solids that belong together and be prepared to explain the sorting rule.

Revist the criteria and add to it if necessary. This co- constructed criteria will be used to assess future work.

 

 Day 1 continued- Grade 1-2

 

Students used photos of the 3D solids to sort according to a sorting rule. We discussed connections between 3D solids how they are the same and how they are different.

 

 
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  • Play the headbands game to bring out the language of 3d attributes
  • I will revisit the criteria and add to it if students have any input
  • We will go over the communication process standard and expectations for the use of formal math language and math notation
  • Students will journal using the picture prompt of 3D solids.

 

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Kindergarten

  • Play the headbands game to bring out the language of 3d attributes
  • Problem solving using the pictures of 3D solids and students will construct (replicate) a 3D tower using the picture cards.

Problem Solving- Kindergarten

PS Kindergarten

 

 

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