Draw a Town with 2D Shapes
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A set of 36 low colour block figure task cards separated into three levels.
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21 Numeracy Exit Ticket activities for students to provide evidence of their learning progress.
A PowerPoint providing a series of warm up activities for Year 3 students across the Mathematics curriculum.
A happy face-themed grid activity for students to develop their knowledge of symmetry.
An interactive and evolving resource where students draw 2D shapes incrementally to create a town map and 3D models.
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Students create this house by following the directions.
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An interactive 162-slide PowerPoint that follows the story of a professor and their new invention that turns 2D shapes into 3D objects.
A template that students use to demonstrate their ability to describe the features of 3D objects.
A set of differentiated worksheets that focus on drawing 2D shapes and describing 3D objects.
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