LO- Explore 2d shapes
First stand up and join in counting to 20.
Last term we looked at all the different names for 2d shapes.
Today, watch the video to recap the shape names and how we see shapes all around us.
Today I would like you to go on a 2d shape hunt, you might do this on a walk with your grown up or you might find some in the house. Then tell your Grown ups the name of the 2d shape.
LO- Explore shape properties
First join in the days of the week song.
Yesterday you went on a 2d shape hunt. Today I want you to think about what the different shapes look like and how they are all different.
Look at the different shapes, how many sides do the have? How many corners? Do some have longer sides?
Click the power point below. It will show you part of a shape, try and name the 2d shape before you see all of it.
LO- Explore 2d shape oval
First join in with counting to 20
Today we are learning about a shape named 'oval'. This shape looks a little bit like a squashed circle, or a long circle, it has 1 side like a circle and no corners. Here it is below-
Try and find things around the house that are oval shaped. Then try and draw an oval shape, you could make the oval into a face.
LO- Use 2d shapes for a purpose
First join in with the song. Make different shapes using your body.
Today think about all of the 2d shapes we have used. Think about what we could do if we used the shapes to make different pictures. Look how people have used shaped to create these nocturnal animals.
Make an animal using 3d shapes. (Grown ups- you can draw some shapes and cut them out, let your child arrange them to make a nocturnal animal.)
LO- Make shapes
Remember all the 2d shapes a different, some have 4 sides, some have 2 and some have more. Today I want you to watch the video below to recap how the different shapes look.
This will help you when you make your own shapes.
Create different shapes in different ways. You could use playdough, cotton buds, straws or even people in your house.