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# Identify Two and Three Dimensional Shapes

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Independent Practice 1
Students identify the names of common shapes. The answers can be found below.
Standard: MATH 3
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Independent Practice 2
A rework of practice sheet number 1. The answers can be found below.
Standard: MATH 3
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Homework Worksheet
Find the names of 7 shapes.
Standard: MATH 3
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Identify Shapes Quiz
Reviews all the shapes we explored.
Standard: MATH 3
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Answers for the homework and quiz.

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The next level of math skills.
-Complete the Symmetry
-Relative Positioning
-Identifying Grid Location
-Draw Shapes On The Grid
Remedial Math Worksheets
Skills needed to get to this level.
-Connect the Dots
-Shape, Color, Number Match
-Which Shape Doesn't Belong
-Identifying Shapes