What makes a sphere unique compared to other shapes? Does it share any similarities? Use this resource with your young mathematicians to practice identifying the characteristics of this three-dimensional shape and comparing it to other shapes.
Spheres are all around! Use this exercise with your students to practice recognizing the characteristics of a sphere and finding real-life examples of the three-dimensional shape in a variety of settings.
Use this geometry exercise with your third graders to practice recognizing the characteristics of a cylinder and finding real-life examples of the three-dimensional shape. For an added challenge, see just how many different shapes your students can name!
Let’s give them something to talk about! Use this resource with your students to facilitate meaningful interactions between partners by giving each one different pieces of necessary information to find the area of a shape.
Challenge your students to identify cones and categorize objects with this geometry resource! This exercise will give your third graders practice recognizing the characteristics of a cone and finding real-life examples of the three-dimensional shape.