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November 14th-18th

Monday November 14th 1:10-1:50


SOL 1.12
Objective Students will be able to decide whether or not two shapes are congruent
or not.
On the rug discuss what congruent means. Explain that it means two shapes are the
same size and shape. Draw examples on the board have student put their thumb up
if it is congruent and thumb down if it is not congruent. Have students return to
their seats and hand out geoboards. Have students make two triangles that are
congruent, then two squares that are not. Repeat with other examples.
Complete wks 8-6 Congruence as a class. Discuss what the answer should be and
why.
Math groups.
Tuesday November 15th 1:10-2
SOL 1.2
Objective Students will be able to decide whether or not a shape has a line of
symmetry..
Discuss what symmetry is. Talk about what a line of symmetry is. Hand each
student a shape. Have them decide whether or not it is symmetrical. See how many
lines of symmetry it has. Has a class have every kid share their shape and whether
or not it is symmetrical. See if the class agrees. Sort the shapes into symmetrical
and not symmetrical.
Complete wks 8-7 Symmetry as a class.
Math groups
Wednesday November 16th 1:10-1:30
SOL 1.2
Objective Students will be able to create a large shape from little shapes.
Hand out a die-cut shape to the whole class. Hand out blocks as well. See how many
different ways the class can come up with to create the large shape out of the
smaller shapes. Give students time to work alone. Then have them share with a
partner what they did. After fill out the recording sheet that tells how many of each
shape they used.
Guidance 1:30-2
Thursday November 17th 1:10-1:30
SOL 1.2

Objective Students will be able to identify solid figures.


On the rug discuss what a solid figure is. Talk about what 3-D means. Hold up a
sphere and discuss some real life examples such as a soccer ball or basketball.
Continue with the other shapes.
Complete wks 8-9 Identifying Solid Figures as a class. Read the instructions then
have students answer. Discuss their answers and why they chose them. See if
students can come up with other examples on their own.
Computer lab 1:30-2
Friday November 18th 1:10-2
SOL 1.2
Objective Students will be able to determine how many vertices and flat surfaces a
shape has.
Remind students what a 3D shape is. Discuss what a flat surface and a vertice is.
Hold up an example of a cube. Discuss as a class how many flat surfaces and
vertices the cube has.
Have students return to their seats. Pass out wks 8-10 Flat Surfaces and Corners.
As a class complete the wks. Give students blocks of all the shapes form the wks.
Allow them to hold the shape and count the flat surfaces and vertices.
Math groups