Second Grade

Domain:  Geometry girl draw shapes

 

Teacher Notes/Second Grade Home /Number Talks/ Read It, Draw It, Solve It

 

Geometry Activities Website/Activity Essential Skills and Knowledge
Reason with shapes and their attributes.
             
  Smartboard
Fun with Geometric Shapes


Hidden Shape Game
(Student Center)
Drag the circle over the screen to determine the "hidden" shape.


Smartboard Icon
Geometry Riddles

Smartboard Icon
Spider Maps


Polygon Matching Game
(Student Center)

NewSmartboard
Polygons, Polygons, Polygons!

Smartboard Icon
Yarn Shapes

Smartboard Icon
Toothpick Time!

Smartboard Icon
Shape Trains
(Student Center)

Smartboard Icon
Comparing Polygons

Smartboard Icon
Polygon Project
2.G.1.  Students will identify solid figures by their faces or flat surfaces, edges, and vertices.
 
  smartboard icon
Quads

NewSmartboard
Identify Quadrilaterals


Squares are Special Rectangles
(Lesson Ideas from NCTM Illuminations)


smartboard icon
Geoboard Quadrilaterals

Discovery ed icon
Video Segment - Discussing Quadrilaterals - 3 min.
(Please note - Discovery Streaming videos must be downloaded according to AACPS guidelines.)
2.G.1.  Students will identify and describe quadrilaterals such as squares, rectangles, and rhombi.
  Smartboard icon
Problem Solving
Students will use clues to solve problems about solid and plane figures.
  Smartboard icon
Partitioning Circles

NewSmartboard
Partition Circles and Rectangles

Discovery ed icon
Video Segment - Fair Shares - 4 min.
(Please note - Discovery Streaming videos must be downloaded according to AACPS guidelines.)

Discovery ed icon
Video Segment - Introducing the Concept of Halves:  Ted Divides Mince Pies - 3 min.

Smartboard icon
Equal Parts on the Geoboard

NewSmartboard
Partition Rectangles into Halves, Thirds and Fourths


Fractions
(Lesson Ideas)


Fraction Shoots - Interactive game - Equal/Unequal Parts
(Student Center)


Fraction Flags - Interactive game  (halves)
(Student Center)


Fraction Flags - Interactive game (thirds)
(Student Center)
2.G.3.  Students will partition circles and rectangles into two, three, or four equal shares.
  new iconpixie icon Activities:

Fractions

Fraction Garden

Fraction Baskets

Fraction Zoo

Fractions of a Shape

Beach Ball Fractions

Ice Cream Fractions

Ice Cream Fraction Writing
2.G.3.  Students will partition circles and rectangles into two, three, or four equal shares.
 
Build An Array

Smartboard icon
Making Rectangles

Smartboard icon
Dividing Rectangles into Equal Parts
2.G.2.  Students will partition rectangles into rows and columns of same-size squares.
Top

 

Teacher Notes

 

Geometry Activities Website/Activity Content Standards/Technology Standards
Reason with shapes and their attributes. Hidden Shape Game

Polygon Matching Game

Polygons, Polygons, Polygons!

Squares are Special Rectangles Lesson Ideas

Identify Quadrilaterals

Video Segment - Discussing Quadrilaterals
Common Core: 2G1 Recognize and draw shapes having specific attributes, such as a given number of angles or a given number of equal faces. Identify triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, and cubes. Technology Standard: 3.0-Technology for Learning and Collaboration: Students will use a variety of technologies for learning and collaboration.
  Build an Array Common Core: 2G2 Partition a rectangle into rows and columns of same-size squares and count to find the total number of them.

Technology Standard: 3.0-Technology for Learning and Collaboration: Students will use a variety of technologies for learning and collaboration.
  Partition Circles and Rectangles

Partition Rectangles into Halves, Thirds and Fourths

Video Segment - Fair Shares

Video Segment -
Introducing the Concept of Halves:  Ted Divides Mince Pies


Fractions

Fraction Shoots

Fraction Flags (halves)

Fraction Flags
(thirds)


Pixies:

Fractions

Fraction Garden

Fraction Baskets

Fracction Zoo

Fractions of a Shape

Beach Ball Fractions

Ice Cream Fractions

Ice Cream Fraction Writing

Common Core: 2G3 Partition circles and rectangles into two, three, or four equal shares, describe the shares using the words halves, thirds, half of, a third of, etc., and describe the whole as two halves, three thirds, four fourths. Recognize that equal shares of identical wholes need not have the same shape. Technology Standard:  3.0-Technology for Learning and Collaboration: Students will use a variety of technologies for learning and collaboration.

     

Top

Instructional Technology - August 2013