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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Encyclopedic knowledge-two dimensional figures

On BrillKids forum I found encyclopedic knowledge cards made for two dimensional figures. But as you know from my previous posts, Eaton likes to read these facts in the form of book. I created two books so far regarding rectangle and pentagon.

What you need to do is to draw the angle signs and write down "degree" signs as I couldn't figure out how to do it in Power Point.

You can also cut out the shape instead of using a book. This way you can use a shape of the book to point to sides of a figure.

For the purpose of this lesson I also created an activity to identify angles of two dimensional shapes together with flashcards.

1) Encyclopedic books: pentagon and rectangle.

Enjoy the lesson!

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