3 D Shapes Kindergarten. This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. Much of what I wrote then is still true today in schools.
This hands-on, engaging and FUN unit will get kids excited about basic shapes! Kids will love this game as it is full of catchy and vibrant images. We find a very special place in the room and add to the museum as the week progresses.
Set up a simple ramp and test each shape to see if it rolls.
On the sheets with multiple shapes, we have shown the shapes in different sizes and orientations so that your child will recognize variations of the same shape, and start noticing the properties the same.
Students match real life objects to their shapes; all matching is done with pictures. First, the kids write about the shapes. Videos, songs and examples to help Kindergarten kids learn how to identify shapes as two-dimensional (lying in a plane, "flat") or three-dimensional ("solid").