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Foil Fun

  • Units of Work
  • Geometry and Measurement
  • Level Two

In this unit students will be having hands-on experiences with three-dimensional solid shapes. They will investigate the features of solid shapes and learn the names for them. They will be introduced to making nets for 3D shapes.

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Visit ESOL Online for a version of this unit designed to support students for whom English is an additional language.

New Kids on the Block

  • Units of Work
  • Geometry and Measurement
  • Level One

This unit is suited to a small class at a school where large building blocks and wood off-cuts are readily available. Asking students to construct objects affords a prime time to observe and listen to their language as they build. Using blocks is a powerful medium for improving students' perception of objects and encourages creativity.

Shape Explorers

  • Units of Work
  • Geometry and Measurement
  • Level One

In this unit students identify attributes of 2D shapes and describe sides and corners of these shapes. They are identifying and classifying shapes by name, number of sides and corners and will describe similarities and differences between shapes.

Shape Makers

  • Units of Work
  • Geometry and Measurement
  • Level One

In this unit students classify and explore shapes. They will have opportunities to handle, describe and classify 2D and 3D shapes. It is expected that many students at this stage will know some shape names and use these when describing things. They will also be using their own language in their descriptions and will be exploring similarities and differences and will be informally considering sides, corners, curved and straight lines.


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