will increase their ability to explore and identify shapes, spatial relationships, and attributes to _________ as measured by ___________ (analysis of work samples, teacher observation, anecdotal records, etc.).
Identify figures of like shape and size (congruent figures).
Match/classify/identify/name simple geometric objects according to attributes.
Fit manipulatives together and take them apart (e.g.. Legos. puzzles, shape boxes, etc.).
Describe people. places and things from various spatial viewpoints (e.g.. verbally, drawing, clay).
Copy/create two or three dimensional designs using pattern blocks, tiles, or blocks.
Compare figures of like shape by size.
Identify properties of geometric figures (e. G. , a triangle has three sides, a square has four equal sides, etc. ).
Identify similarities and differences of two or more geometric figures by attributes.