WHAT ARE SHAPES?
● Everything we see in the world around us has a shape
● We can find different basic shapes such as the two dimensional square, rectangle
and oval or the three dimensional rectangular prism, cylinder and sphere in the
objects we see around us.
● These geometric shapes appear in objects we see as credit cards, bills and coins,
finger rings, photo frames, huts, windows, magician’s wands, tall buildings, flower
pots, toy trains and balloons.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN UNDER THIS TOPIC
○ It enable you to be more in tune to the world around you and see the
connection between objects
○ It helps you to learn how to Count
○ It helps you to identify and organise visual information
○ It helps you to understand other signs and symbols
● You will learn how to form patterns with shapes
WHAT WILL THEY ACHIEVE
Students will be able to
● Identify specific shapes
● Recognize shapes in the environment
● Create original works of art using the shapes
TWO DIMENSIONAL GEOMETRIC SHAPES
Example : Wheel, clock, cake, Chapathi, pizza
Examples:Protractor,Japanese fan, Tunnel, Moon
Examples :Egg, Balloon, Watermelon,grapes
Examples :Roof, Pyramid,
Examples:Tiles, Bread, Chocolate, Window, photo frame.
Examples: Laptop, Books, Bed, Credit cards, Black board, Ruler, Door, Mobile.
MATCH THE SHAPES TO ITS NAME
MATCH THE OBJECT TO ITS SHAPE
1.How many triangles are there?
2.How many circles are there?
3.How many rectangles are there?
4.How many squares are there?
5.How many stars are there?