Author:
Bambi Gibson
Subject:
Elementary Mathematics
Material Type:
Activity/Lab, Lesson Plan
Level:
Lower Elementary
Tags:
  • 2nd Grade
  • 2nd-grade
  • Cube
  • Cubes
  • Hexagon
  • IPad
  • Keynote
  • Keynote Drawing Tools
  • Math
  • Pentagon
  • Pentagons
  • Quadrilateral
  • Quadrilaterals
  • Shapes
  • Triangle
  • Triangles
  • cube
  • hexagon
  • iPad
  • ipad
  • keynote
  • keynote-drawing-tools
  • math
  • pentagon
  • quadrilateral
  • shapes
  • triangle
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    Creative Commons Attribution
    Language:
    English
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    Education Standards

    Math Shapes with iPad - 2nd - Tri Quad Pent Hex Cube

    Math Shapes with iPad - 2nd - Tri Quad Pent Hex Cube

    Overview

    This lesson is focused toward 2nd Grade Math - Shapes - using iPad App Keynote. It includes triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, and cubes. 

    • Time frame - 2 hours - can be expanded or reduced, taught and explored over 4 or 5 short lessons
    • Format - Planned for face to face - adaptable to virtual environment - Math Talk would need to be face to face or a syncronous lesson
    • iPad App Needed:  Keynote

    Summary

    • To teach this lesson, you will need an understanding of using Keynote on the iPad. You and students will need to know how to do the following:
      • Keynote for iPad: Photos
      • Keynote for iPad: Shapes
      • Keynote for iPad: Drawing
    • If teacher needs to learn and teach students Keynote and Drawing Tools:
      https://appleteacher.apple.com/#/home/resources
      The Apple Teacher Learning Center is now fully open without needing an Apple ID to access the learning objectives, so both teachers and students can access these resources:
       
      Start at The Apple Teacher Learning Center> then
      Foundational Skills> then
      iPad and Mac Foundations> then
      iPad (tab choice) see iPad Foundations

       

      Under the heading “Learn Skills.” Choose: Keynote for iPad, then
      Keynote for iPad: Photos
      Keynote for iPad: Shapes
      Keynote for iPad: Drawing

      Strand: GEOMETRY (2.G) Reason with shapes and their attributes (Standards 2.G.1–3).

      Standard 2.G.1 Recognize and draw shapes having specified attributes, such as a given number of angles or a given number of equal faces. Sizes are compared directly or visually, not compared by measuring. Identify triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, and cubes.
      Source:  https://www.schools.utah.gov/file/8686fa6b-4ded-4a33-92a5-e444a5029f48

      Objective: I CAN IDENTIFY TRIANGLES, QUADRILATERALS, PENTAGONS, HEXAGONS, AND CUBES.

       

      Students will know

    • the definition of the following shapes: triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, and cubes.
    • how to identify by seeing, describing, and drawing - a triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, and cube.
    •  

      Students will be able to

    • identify a triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, and cube in their environment.
    • Use Keynote and iPad draw tools to draw a triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, and cube.
    • Use Keynote and iPad shape tools to insert a triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, and cube into a slide.
    • Use the iPad camera to take a picture of a triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, and cube in their environment.
    •  

      Pre-assessment:

      Use district provided, i-Ready, or other pre-assessment lesson (some are copy-righted) or use the following Recognize and Draw Shapes PDF included here.

       

      Directions: Draw and name a shape that has the following characteristics:

      Has 3 angles

      Has 4 angles

      Has 5 angles

      Has 6 angles

      Has two equal sides

      Has five equal sides

       

      Rubric:
      Shapes - Triangle, Quadrilateral, Pentagon, Hexagon, Cube                                 

      Name: _________________

      Teacher: Bambi Gibson

      Date: 12/23/2021

      Class:

      Description: Use iPad Keynote app to draw shapes and identify shapes in the environment.

       

       

      DISTINGUISHED - 3

      PROFICIENT - 2

      APPRENTICE - 1

      NOVICE - 0

      SCORE

      Identify Triangle

      Draw a shape with 3 sides and 3 angles. Identify triangle shape within an image. Take photo of a triangle shape in the environment. 3 points

      Draw a shape with 3 sides and 3 angles. Identify triangle shape within an image. 2 points.

      Draw a shape with 3 sides and 3 angles. 1 point.

      Doesn't understand enough to get started or make progress.

       

      Identify Quadrilateral

      Draw a shape with 4 sides and 4 angles. Identify quadrilateral shape within an image. Take photo of a quadrilateral shape in the environment. 3 points.

      Draw a shape with 4 sides and 4 angles. Identify quadrilateral shape within an image. 2 points.

      Draw a shape with 4 sides and 4 angles. 1 point.

      Doesn't understand enough to get started or make progress.

       

      Identify Pentagon

      Draw a shape with 5 sides and 5 angles. Identify pentagon shape within an image. Take photo of a pentagon in the environment or describe where one could find a pentagon. 3 points.

      Draw a shape with 5 sides and 5 angles. Identify pentagon shape within an image. 2 points.

      Draw a shape with 5 sides and 5 angles. 1 point.

      Doesn't understand enough to get started or make progress.

       

      Identify Hexagon

      Draw a shape with 6 sides and 6 angles. Identify hexagon shape within an image. Take photo of a hexagon in the environment or describe where one could find a hexagon. 3 points

      Draw a shape with 6 sides and 6 angles. Identify hexagon shape within an image. 2 points.

      Draw a shape with 6 sides and 6 angles. 1 point.

      Doesn't understand enough to get started or make progress.

       

      Identify Cube

      Draw a 3-D cube shape. Take photo of a cube in the environment or describe where one could find a cube. 3 points.

      Draw a cube shape. Identify cube shape in the environment. 2 points.

      Draw a cube. 1 point.

      Doesn't understand enough to get started or make progress.


       

       

      As a class – watch 2 videos listed below:
      To prevent ads, teacher can use free https://streamable.com/ or other method to upload the YouTube video and then download it as an mp4 video file. It is recommended to not use the link feature unless you have paid access to this site. Save your downloaded video to Google Drive, OneDrive or other place you can access easily and share.

       

      Watch video: Learning Shapes 2nd Grade - Kids Learn Shapes in this Fun Math Video - YouTube 4:59

      Watch video: Cubie the Ice Cube | Cube Song for Kids | Jack Hartmann - YouTube

      2:17

       

      Math Talk (Number Talk)

      Source: Spatial Reasoning: Why Math Talk is About More Than Numbers | Development and Research in Early Math Education (stanford.edu)

       

      Differentiation: The class will participate in various talks that will elicit prior knowledge, identify understanding, and clarify misconceptions.

       

      Shape Terms: standard math names for two- and three-dimensional objects, such as triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, and cube

      Dimensional adjectives: words describing size of objects, people, and spaces, such as big, little, long, short, tall, tiny, huge

      Spatial features terms: words describing properties of two- and three-dimensional objects such as side, angle, edge, corner (vertex, plural vertices), face, flat, straight.

       

      Class Math Talk – Mathematical Task Bank: Which One Doesn’t Belong?  https://wodb.ca/shapes.html

       

      Partner Math Talk - Think-Pair-Share

      MATH Strategy: Each student considers on their own, then discusses their thoughts with a partner. Purpose: Encourage students to think about a question, issue, or reading, and then refine their understanding through discussion with a partner.

      Source:  https://oame.on.ca/main/files/thinklit/ThinkPairShare.pdf

           Explain how you can know a triangle is a triangle.
           Compare two shapes and say how they are different.

      Show students how to draw a triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, and cube. Practice on whiteboard or scrap paper.
       

      Extra: Higher level Differentiation Idea - could be done as a class:

      Taking wholes apart, putting parts together
      Discovering shape and space

      https://www.youcubed.org/tasks/36-fences/

       

      iPad Activity:

       

      Teacher uses Airdrop to drop the following Keynote Activity to the students:

       

      Shapes – 2nd – Tri Quad Pent Hex Cube.key 

    • You will need knowledge about key people/concepts/vocabulary/formulas before teaching this lesson...
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    This lesson is focused toward 2nd Grade Math - Shapes - using iPad App Keynote. It includes triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, and cubes. 

    • Time frame - 2 hours - can be expanded or reduced, taught and explored over 4 or 5 short lessons
    • Format - Planned for face to face - adaptable to virtual environment - Math Talk would need to be face to face or a syncronous lesson
    • iPad App Needed:  Keynote

     

     

    Goals and Outcomes

    Pre-assessment:

    Use district provided, i-Ready, or other pre-assessment lesson (some are copy-righted) or use the following Recognize and Draw Shapes PDF included here.

    Directions: Draw and name a shape that has the following characteristics:

    This can be done on a whiteboard or piece of paper and observed.
    Has 3 angles
    Has 4 angles
    Has 5 angles
    Has 6 angles
    Has two equal sides
    Has five equal sides

    Strand: GEOMETRY (2.G) Reason with shapes and their attributes (Standards 2.G.1–3).

    Standard 2.G.1 Recognize and draw shapes having specified attributes, such as a given number of angles or a given number of equal faces. Sizes are compared directly or visually, not compared by measuring. Identify triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, and cubes.
    Source:  https://www.schools.utah.gov/file/8686fa6b-4ded-4a33-92a5-e444a5029f48

    Objective: I CAN IDENTIFY TRIANGLES, QUADRILATERALS, PENTAGONS, HEXAGONS, AND CUBES.

     

    Learning Intentions:

    • Students will know
      • the definition of the following shapes: triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, and cubes.
      • how to identify by seeing, describing, and drawing - a triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, and cube.
    • Students will be able to
      • identify a triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, and cube in their environment.
      • Use Keynote and iPad draw tools to draw a triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, and cube.
    • Use the iPad camera to take a picture of a triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, and cube in their environment.

    Success Criteria:

    • Students will
      • Draw a triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, and cube.
      • Identify a triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, and cube in an image.
      • observe their environment and identify triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, and cubes.

    Pre-assessment attached in Assessment section

    Planning Instruction

    • Prior to this lesson, students will need to have an understanding of
      • Using Keynote on an iPad
        • Keynote for iPad: Photos
        • Keynote for iPad: Shapes
        • Keynote for iPad: Drawing

    Strategies for Diverse Learners

    Math Talk (Number Talk)

    Source: Spatial Reasoning: Why Math Talk is About More Than Numbers | Development and Research in Early Math Education (stanford.edu)

    Differentiation: The class will participate in various talks that will elicit prior knowledge, identify understanding, and clarify misconceptions.

    Shape Terms: standard math names for two- and three-dimensional objects, such as triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, and cube

    Dimensional adjectives: words describing size of objects, people, and spaces, such as big, little, long, short, tall, tiny, huge

    Spatial features terms: words describing properties of two- and three-dimensional objects such as side, angle, edge, corner (vertex, plural vertices), face, flat, straight.

     

    Class Math Talk – Mathematical Task Bank: Which One Doesn’t Belong?  https://wodb.ca/shapes.html

    Partner Math Talk - Think-Pair-Share

    MATH Strategy: Each student considers on their own, then discusses their thoughts with a partner. Purpose: Encourage students to think about a question, issue, or reading, and then refine their understanding through discussion with a partner.

    Source:  https://oame.on.ca/main/files/thinklit/ThinkPairShare.pdf

         Explain how you can know a triangle is a triangle.
         Compare two shapes and say how they are different.

    Instruction

    Opportunities to read, write, and speak are included in the section above. This section includes the opportunity to listen.

    As a class – watch 2 videos listed below:
    To prevent ads, teacher can use free https://streamable.com/ or other method to upload the YouTube video and then download it as an mp4 video file. It is recommended to not use the link feature unless you have paid access to this site. Save your downloaded video to Google Drive, OneDrive or other place you can access easily and share.

     

    Watch video: Learning Shapes 2nd Grade - Kids Learn Shapes in this Fun Math Video - YouTube
    4:59

    Watch video: Cubie the Ice Cube | Cube Song for Kids | Jack Hartmann - YouTube
    2:17

     

    Keynote Activity file is attached: Shapes - 2nd - Tri Quad Pent Hex Cube.key

     

     

    Assessments

    Pre-assessment:

    Use district provided, i-Ready, or other pre-assessment lesson (some are copy-righted) or use the following Recognize and Draw Shapes PDF included here. This assessment can easily  be done on a whiteboard, piece of paper or with the a digital drawing tool of your choice.

     

    Directions: Draw and name a shape that has the following characteristics:

    Has 3 angles

    Has 4 angles

    Has 5 angles

    Has 6 angles

    Has two equal sides

    Has five equal sides

     

     

    Post Assessment
    Rubric:

    Shapes - Triangle, Quadrilateral, Pentagon, Hexagon, Cube                                 

    Name: _________________

    Teacher: Bambi Gibson

    Date: 12/23/2021

    Class:

    Description: Use iPad Keynote app to draw shapes and identify shapes in the environment.

     

     

    DISTINGUISHED - 3

    PROFICIENT - 2

    APPRENTICE - 1

    NOVICE - 0

    SCORE

    Identify Triangle

    Draw a shape with 3 sides and 3 angles. Identify triangle shape within an image. Take photo of a triangle shape in the environment. 3 points

    Draw a shape with 3 sides and 3 angles. Identify triangle shape within an image. 2 points.

    Draw a shape with 3 sides and 3 angles. 1 point.

    Doesn't understand enough to get started or make progress.

     

    Identify Quadrilateral

    Draw a shape with 4 sides and 4 angles. Identify quadrilateral shape within an image. Take photo of a quadrilateral shape in the environment. 3 points.

    Draw a shape with 4 sides and 4 angles. Identify quadrilateral shape within an image. 2 points.

    Draw a shape with 4 sides and 4 angles. 1 point.

    Doesn't understand enough to get started or make progress.

     

    Identify Pentagon

    Draw a shape with 5 sides and 5 angles. Identify pentagon shape within an image. Take photo of a pentagon in the environment or describe where one could find a pentagon. 3 points.

    Draw a shape with 5 sides and 5 angles. Identify pentagon shape within an image. 2 points.

    Draw a shape with 5 sides and 5 angles. 1 point.

    Doesn't understand enough to get started or make progress.

     

    Identify Hexagon

    Draw a shape with 6 sides and 6 angles. Identify hexagon shape within an image. Take photo of a hexagon in the environment or describe where one could find a hexagon. 3 points

    Draw a shape with 6 sides and 6 angles. Identify hexagon shape within an image. 2 points.

    Draw a shape with 6 sides and 6 angles. 1 point.

    Doesn't understand enough to get started or make progress.

     

    Identify Cube

    Draw a 3-D cube shape. Take photo of a cube in the environment or describe where one could find a cube. 3 points.

    Draw a cube shape. Identify cube shape in the environment. 2 points.

    Draw a cube. 1 point.

    Doesn't understand enough to get started or make progress.