Toothpick shapes with marshmallows. I love making these with the kids.

Construct geometric solids with marshmallows and toothpicks for an engaging STEM activity. Each toothpick is an edge; marshmallows are vertices.

In this activity, students identify 3-D shapes in the environment and analyze characteristics of different 3-D shapes.

First Grade Math Unit 17 Geometry 2D and 3D Shapes

math journals, geometric solids, 3D shapes, interactive math notebooks

Using Math Journals K-3

using math journals in the classroom, guided math journals, kindergarten first grade second grade third grade math journal

Use this cut and paste activity to help your students classify and name three dimensional shapes. Shapes included: sphere, cylinder, cube, and cone. Great addition to use with the popular YouTube song!

3-D Shapes

Use this cut and paste activity to help your students classify and name three dimensional shapes.

Great activity to see which shapes make up the 3 D object!

Exploring 3D Shapes

Recently we have been learning about three dimensional shapes so I purchased this set of View-Thru Geometric Solids from Modern Teaching Aid to support our lear

Every Star Is Different: 3 Dimensional Shapes Activities & Printables (KLP Linky Party)

3 Dimensional Shapes Activities & Printables

Fun With Firsties: a simple student-derived anchor chart for our 3D geometry math unit

3D Solids, a Tower Challenge, & End of Year Awards GIVEAWAY!

Every Star Is Different: 3 Dimensional Shapes Activities & Printables (KLP Linky Party)

3 Dimensional Shapes Activities & Printables

Three dimensional shape learning activities and free printables, including this FREE Montessori-inspired geometric solids sorting printable.

Geometric Solids- Real Life Objects: 3 Part Montessori Cards

Geometric Solids- Real Life Objects: 3 Part Montessori Cards

Do your students love learning about 2D and 3D shapes? These are some of my favorite hands on activities for teaching the attributes of 2D and 3D shapes in first grade!

Students use and shapes in this hands-on activities. These materials are perceptual and are able to divide and put back together to make a whole. This can be either a naturalistic, informal, or structured activity.

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