Second grade students are expected to identify and draw shapes such as triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagon, and hexagons. Their geometric reasoning is extended to include the equal partitioning on both circles and rectangles into two, three and four parts/shares. This activity engages students initially be having them identify shapes based on provided names (triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, and hexagon) and then partition two circles and two rectangles into specific parts. The final part has students decorate a tie with identified specific shapes and even colors.
Editor's Note: This blog is the fourth in a series of posts from former math specialist Scott Loomis on the real world math templates he has created for Wixie and how you can use and modify them for your own awesome performance tasks. You can read the backstory on his experience and expertise below.Read More