The study of geometry and the world around us begins before primary mathematicians start school. Beginning mathematics should be able to identify shapes and solids, with a focus on their properties and relationship for developing abstract thinking and making conjectures.
Primary students describe, represent, and investigate relationships within a geometric system. Children verbally describe two and three-dimensional objects and give examples as well as draw representations of both. These four activities are suitable for both large group and small group as well as centers or learning stations. They can be extended and differentiated to meet the needs of diverse students. Literacy and writing connections are also given. The sorting mat is also given separately to print 11X17 inches for primary mathematicians to use.
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