Geometric Shapes Building Set Giveaway!

With all the pushing toward academic rigor, common core standards, and math initiatives teachers know the importance of high math expectations.  But with these, it doesn’t mean math has to be boring.  Geometry is one of my favorite subjects to teach.  Learning Resources contacted me about reviewing their Geometric Shapes Building Set and of course I said YES!  My students love anything hands-on, who doesn’t?
 Can’t you just see all the possibilities??  It’s an automatic math station!  
I think imagination is one of the BEST ways to motivate kids!
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  1. These are awesome! I would first use them in small group and then leave them out as a center choice. My students always love to do these kinds of things with toothpicks and marshmallows – I love that they bend to create curved shapes too!

  2. What an awesome resource! This is my first time seeing these in action! I would totally introduce in whole group, use in small group, and be an independent center!

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  3. I think these are perfect for all areas in the classroom. They can be used to model with, group work, and independent practice. Thank you for the giveaway!

  4. I would use these first as a small group, then as a center choice, then eventually they would wind up available at choice time.

  5. I think I would introduce these in small group and then use them in a center. Or, I'd put them in a center and see what my kids come up with and then pull them into small groups and discuss findings…oh the possibilities! 🙂

  6. Oh these would be fantastic for math centers! I would introduce whole group and then let the children explore them during math centers.

  7. I would probably introduce them during whole group, and then use them in a math center. Like you said, the possibilities are endless!!

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