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Rocks are made of minerals, and minerals often have crystal shapes. In this fun activity about geometry in nature, learners create their own crystal shapes out of paper.
Learners explore three-dimensional geometric frames including cubes and tetrahedrons, as they create bubble wands with pipe cleaners and drinking straws.
In this math lesson, learners use a variety of manipulatives to explore spatial relationships of squares and their transformations.
In this activity, young learners will explore shapes, textures, and geometries using household materials.
In this activity, learners create three-dimensional shapes by making some origami models of simple boxes and containers.
In this math lesson, learners identify, describe, and construct the five regular polyhedra.
In this activity, learners add squares to paper dominoes to make polyominoes.
In this activity, caregivers and young learners work together to craft and talk about shapes and relative positions of such shapes by creating a mobile.
In this activity, learners build a paper stellated rhombic dodecahedron, a three-dimensional 12-pointed star.
In this four-day lesson, learners identify three-dimensional forms in castle design, research different parts of the castle with a focus on their uses, and design and enlarge a banner for the great ha
In this hands-on activity, learners make New Year's Eve party hats out of wrapping paper. Learners use symmetry and measurement to cut out shapes they need to assemble the hats.
This activity gets learners looking at 6-sided shapes in nature, including the cells of a beehive, as well as other shapes.
This math activity exposes early learners to a variety of three-dimensional objects. Learners bring geometric solids (everyday objects) from home.
In this activity, learners will build the highest tower they can out of recycled materials.
In this activity, learners play a game and use pattern blocks to explore mirror images and reflection.
In this activity, learners follow simple directions to explore and create platonic solids.
In this math lesson, learners arrange pattern blocks to create tessellations and to explore geometric patterns. Learners first explore making patterns with a variety of pattern blocks.
Use geometry, a ruler, and a steady hand to create these amazing unfurling paper folds!
In this craft activity, learners create a string of cut-out moons and stars.