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1 KINDERGARTEN SUPPLEMENT Set C6 Geometry: 3-D Shapes in the World Calendar Pattern Includes February Calendar Pattern C6.1 Skills & Concepts H identify and name cubes, cones, cylinders, and spheres H describe and compare three-dimensional objects in the environment H identify, describe, and extend repeating patterns H read aloud numerals from 0 to 31 H identify ordinal positions through the 31st P0510

2 Bridges in Mathematics Grade K Supplement Set C6 Geometry: 3-D Shapes in the World Calendar Pattern The Math Learning Center, PO Box 12929, Salem, Oregon Tel by The Math Learning Center All rights reserved. Prepared for publication on Macintosh Desktop Publishing system. Printed in the United States of America. P0510 The Math Learning Center grants permission to classroom teachers to reproduce blackline masters in appropriate quantities for their classroom use. Bridges in Mathematics is a standards-based K 5 curriculum that provides a unique blend of concept development and skills practice in the context of problem solving. It incorporates the Number Corner, a collection of daily skill-building activities for students. The Math Learning Center is a nonprofit organization serving the education community. Our mission is to inspire and enable individuals to discover and develop their mathematical confidence and ability. We offer innovative and standards-based professional development, curriculum, materials, and resources to support learning and teaching. To find out more, visit us at

3 Set C6 Geometry: 3-D Shapes in the World Calendar Pattern Set C6 H February Calendar Pattern CALENDAR GRID 3-D Shapes in the World Overview This set of Calendar Grid markers replaces the studentmade markers in the month of February, and provides opportunities for kindergartners to recognize, name, describe, and compare spheres, cylinders, cubes, and cones as they appear in the world around us. Skills & Concepts H identify and name spheres, cylinders, cubes, and cones H describe and compare three-dimensional objects in the environment H identify, describe, and extend repeating patterns H read aloud numerals from 0 to 31 H identify ordinal positions through the 31st You ll need H Calendar Grid pocket chart H Month and Year Calendar Grid cards H February 3-D Shapes in the World Calendar Markers (available at Print 1 copy of the calendar marker sheets, preferably in color, single-sided, on white cardstock. Cut the calendar markers apart and laminate if desired. H 3-D Shapes Labels (pages C6.6 & C6.7, see Advance Preparation) H 4 pieces of 18" 24" chart paper (see Advance Preparation) H helper jar containing a popsicle stick for each child with his/her name on it H square and triangular polydrons H Cubes, Cones, Cylinders & Spheres by Tana Hoban (optional) Advance Preparation Run 1 copy of the shapes labels. Cut them apart, and glue each one to the top of a piece of 18" 24" chart paper. Post the 4 charts near your calendar display area. sphere cube cylinder cone Introducing the 3-D Shapes in the World Calendar Grid Pattern Open your first Number Corner lesson in February by directing students attention to the calendar grid. Place the first marker in the correct pocket, and ask children to pair-share observations. Bridges in Mathematics Kindergarten Supplement C6.1

5 Set C6 Geometry: 3-D Shapes in the World Calendar Pattern February Calendar Pattern (cont.) Repeat the process described above as you post the markers on the second, third, and fourth days of the month. Each of these markers features a different shape: a cylinder on the second, a cube on the third, and a cone on the fourth day. Take time to have students find examples of each of these shapes as each new marker is posted, and record their discoveries on the shapes charts. sphere cylinder cube cone playground ball tennis ball marble water bottle teacher s cup marker pen building block wood cube building block toy box Jay s polydron cube toy clown s hat water cup cone from the gym tip of Sara s pencil Continuing through February with the Calendar Grid Each day, have a helper point to the markers that have been posted in the pocket chart as the class names the shape of each object. Have children predict what the next marker will show before you place it on the chart. Once the new marker has been posted, ask students to share their observations. Teacher Let s say the shape of the object on each marker we ve posted so far, and then make some predictions about what we ll see on the markers for Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. Brianna, will you point to the markers as we name the shape of each object? February Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Students Sphere, cylinder, cube, cone;sphere, cylinder, cube, cone; sphere, cylinder, cube, cone... Ball next it has to be! Maybe it ll be a baseball. My cousin plays baseball with me sometimes! Teacher Talk with the person next to you about what shape we might see on the marker for Saturday. Put your thumbs up when you have an idea, and I ll pull sticks from the jar to pick children to share with the class. Students It s going to be round. It s going to be one of those spheres. It should be a snowball cause of all the snow outside! As the month progresses, work with the class to list additional examples of each shape on your charts. Summarize students descriptions of each shape as well. Bridges in Mathematics Kindergarten Supplement C6.3

6 Set C6 Geometry: 3-D Shapes in the World Calendar Pattern February Calendar Pattern (cont.) sphere cylinder cube cone playground ball tennis ball marble basketball golf ball a purple grape A sphere is round all the way around. It s like a ball. It rolls. water bottle teacher s cup marker pen building block a jar a pencil can A cylinder is round in the middle. It is flat on the top and bottom. wood cube building block toy box Jay s polydron cube a tissue box Jack-in-the-box A cube is square everywhere. It has 6 sides. It can t roll. toy clown s hat water cup cone from the gym tip of Sara s pencil tip of a crayon closed up umbrella A cone is pointy at the top. It has a circle on the bottom. It rolls funny. Here is a summary of the questions and prompts mentioned so far, as well as some others you might use through the month: Let s name the shape of the object on each marker. What shape do you think we ll see on the next marker? Why? Can you find objects around the room that are spheres (cylinders, cubes, cones)? How can you tell if something is a sphere (cylinder, cube, cone)? What is the difference between a cylinder and a sphere (a sphere and a cube, a cone and a cylinder)? What shape do you see on the 4th (9th, 15th, 25st) marker? I see a marker on the calendar grid that has a picture of something shaped like a sphere. This sphere is orange, and it s something you play a game with. Which marker am I thinking of? What shape do you predict we ll see on the 23rd (25th, 28th, 30th) marker? How do you know? Is there a pattern in the markers this month? If so, what is it? How do you know it s a pattern? Extensions Work with the class to create a display for each of this month s featured shapes by gathering objects from around the classroom and bringing examples from home. Choose one shape each week as the focus of a school-wide shape search. Encourage students to look for examples of the shape on the playground, the gym, the library, the cafeteria, and so on. Consider snapping photos of some of the better examples to add to your shapes charts in class. Challenge children to build each of the shapes featured this month with polydrons, blocks, or other construction materials (e.g., legos, construx, tinkertoys, and so on). Is it possible to build a sphere, a cylinder, or a cone with polydrons? Why or why not? What about a cube? What is the largest cube students can build with the collection of polydrons in your classroom? Share Cubes, Cones, Cylinders, & Spheres with your class sometime during the month. In this wordless book, photographer Tana Hoban identifies four three-dimensional shapes before showing each in contexts that are familiar to many children (alphabet blocks, ice cream cones) as well as contexts a child might encounter on a trip to the city, country or even Fantasy Land (traffic cones, bales of hay, a castle). C6.4 Bridges in Mathematics Kindergarten Supplement

7 Set C6 Geometry: 3-D Shapes in the World Calendar Pattern February Calendar Pattern (cont.) NOTE Below is a representation of the February calendar grid. The full-size calendar markers are available at February Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Bridges in Mathematics Kindergarten Supplement C6.5

8 Set C6 Geometry: 3-D Shapes in the World Calendar Pattern Blackline Run 1 copy on paper. 3-D Shape Labels page 1 of 2 cylinder cone C6.6 Bridges in Mathematics Kindergarten Supplement

9 Set C6 Geometry: 3-D Shapes in the World Calendar Pattern Blackline Run 1 copy on paper. 3-D Shape Labels page 2 of 2 sphere cube Bridges in Mathematics Kindergarten Supplement C6.7

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