Busy Bag Swap: Day 7 (Geoboards)
Remember Lynsey ? She is the amazingly talented photographer-turned farmer's wife that gave me most ALL of the pics to use in my Bottletop...
Geometric Fun With Geoboards | Creekside Learning
When kids are ready to move beyond the basic geometric shapes of triangle, square, and so on, geoboards are a fun way to go. To introduce my 6 year old to hexagons, pentagons, and more, I set up a tray of materials for her to work with. We began to make basic shapes (square, triangle) to give her the idea of stretching the rubber bands over the geoboards, then we got more complex. We discussed that all of the shapes we are working with have equal sides. I also pointed out that selecting a…
Ta-Dah! GeoBoard It! Math Station Pack and a Freebie!!
Ta-Dah! I have finally finished and listed my newest ready-to-go math station for Geoboards! (thank you, Heather for the great suggestion!) I had such great feedback with my pattern block sight word station, I thought adding a new math pack was the perfect choice. Geoboards are usually those things that the teacher who had the room before you left a box of in the floor…and
Teaching Shapes in Pre-K
There are lot of ways to teach shapes in Pre-K. Here are a few ideas I use in my classroom. Memory Game Put three shapes on a tray, cover them with a cloth, and take