Make Geometry Creatures!
Geometric shapes can often be tough to remember, and your child will be expected to identify more complex shapes in fourth grade. But, with a little bit of art, imagination, and writing, practicing geometry can be silly fun!
What You Need:
- One set of geometry shapes-- either store-bought or drawn and cut out of paper. Common shapes in the fourth grade curriculum are: circles, squares, rectangles, cones, cylinders, cubes, pyramids, spheres, octagons, hexagons, and triangles.
- Drawing paper
- Notebook paper