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#### Accessible Shapes

All the 2-D and 3-D measurement work you need is in one location. Divided into three sections, the geometry lesson plans consist of visualization of three dimensions, classifying geometric figures, and finding surface area and volume....

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#### There is No "Fourth" Dimension

In a 3-D model, which part of the model is 1-D? The answer: there is no such thing as 1-D! So, why do we use this dimensional description at all? The narrator explains the usefulness of this quirky quantity in a short, animated video....

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#### Spatial Relations

In these spatial relations worksheets, students learn to follow directions to complete the shape on the grid and draw the paths with a red pencil. Students then find the specific bearings for each given centimeter measurement and degree....

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#### Through the Forest and Home Again: Maps Help Us Find Our Ways

Students read Little Red Riding Hood, focusing on her path home to Grandma's house. In this language arts and geography lesson, students perform a reader's theater, re-creating the walk home and possible routes that could have been...

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#### Spatial Terms

In this spatial terms worksheet, students study the 4 pictures of the teddy bear and its location to the box. Students then write sentences using spatial terms to describe the teddy bear's position. Students also write questions from the...

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#### Going to the Post Office and Bank

In this directions worksheet, students write sentences to give directions to the post office. Students also use the images to help them write directional sentences about going to the bank.

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#### On Location

In this spatial terms worksheet, students draw a square according to the spatial terms before, between, and after. Students draw the square with the other two shapes in each box.

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#### Spatial 3: Apples

In this spatial terms worksheet, students cut out the apples and paste them in the correct position listed in each box. Students complete 6 examples.

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#### Before, Between, After

In this spatial terms worksheet, students look at the pictures, listen to the teacher read the questions, and draw a ring around the picture that correctly shows the spatial relationship for each question. Students complete 9 exercises.

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#### Under and Over Maze

In this under and over maze worksheet, students find their way through the maze by using the under and over method. Students improve their visualization skills with the maze.

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#### Giving Directions

In this giving directions worksheet, 2nd graders complete 3 activities that help them learn to give directions and use spatial terms.

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#### Map Directions

In these directions worksheets, students look at the street map and the bee hive maps and use them to help write directions using spatial terms.

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#### Easter Activity: In and Under

In this spatial terms activity, students color the rabbit that is in the bracket blue. Students color 7 rabbits and enhance their understanding of spatial terms.

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#### Easter Egg Activity: Spatial Terms

For this spatial terms worksheet, 1st graders color the Easter eggs that are under the lines green and the eggs that are in the brackets yellow.

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#### Above

In this spatial terms activity, students look at the pictures and color the ones that are above the children. Students' objective is to enhance their understanding of spatial terms.

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#### Positions

In this spatial terms instructional activity, 1st graders study a picture of a box and some colored balls. Students check the box to illustrate the position of the given balls in relation to the box using spatial skills.

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#### Before, After, Between

For this position words worksheet, students complete three activities where they learn how to identify spatial relationships that occur before, after, and between.

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#### More Position Words

In this position words worksheet, students learn spatial terms by drawing a red squirrel traveling up the tree, a gray squirrel going down, a blue bird flying down from the left branch, and a yellow bird flying up from the right branch.

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#### More Position Words: Problem Solving

In this position words activity, students help Max find his things by studying the picture and circling the choice that answers the question. Each question refers to an object in the picture using spatial terms.

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#### Position Words: Practice

In this spatial terms worksheet, 1st graders follow the directions and draw the object according to the instructions using their understanding of the following spatial terms: to the right of, over, between, and under. Students also...

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#### Flat Hat

In this letter a instructional activity, students color the various letter a's and learn spatial terms by listening to the teacher's directions. Students then circle yes or no for the words that begin with the 'ah' sound.

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#### Magic Monster

In this letter m sound worksheet, learners color the various letter 'm's' and learn spatial terms by listening to the teacher's directions. Students then circle yes or no for the pictures that begin with the letter m.

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#### Lazy Lion

In this letter L sound worksheet, students color the various letter 'L's' and learn spatial terms by listening to their teacher's directions. Students then circle yes or no for the pictures that begin with the L sound.

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#### Hairy Horse

In this letter h activity, students color the various letter h's and enhance their understanding of spatial terms by listening to the teacher's directions. Students then circle the yes of no for the pictures that have the 'huh' sound.