3D Figures Attributes: Cube Corners or Vertices (I teach K hence the two)

Updated: Feb 10, 2021


*I just noticed that the pictures, although a square when put into the graphic was a square, stretched and looked like a rectangle when put into Google Docs, so I just updated and inserted them as pictures instead of backgrounds, sorry!* Thanks!

I have created two others in this set so far, and they include how to keep track of the faces on a cube or rectangular prism, which you can find in the blog section of the site. All lessons are there! I also have an introduction to 2D shapes, which is a set I did with our students earlier in the year, as well as a 3D figures one, which I will be doing with them this week. These are the follow up ones with the attributes. I have tied both in to support our students and feel that it is a great refresher and helps them to compare and remind themselves of the connections.

Hope you find it helpful, thanks! Vertices or corners (again I teach K so I use both to help them learn these even though we introduce them to the vocabulary now for both).


All posts are here if you want to see what else I have shared:

https://www.ketopreet.com/blog


Google Doc Link (Edit, but credit, do not benefit from my work financially):

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1xjpxcGNadbiuFQRR5XM9zI3fcM8WfGLYxvVgeHSoHjI/copy

If you like my resources and would like to say thank you. Take care of yourselves, mental health matters! You matter, and always use your voice to speak up against injustices!




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