MathPlay for Pentagons (5s):
"Discovering 3-D Shapes"
Tuesday, May 11 at 5:45 pm ET (New York)
Students will be introduced to the properties and parts of 3-dimensional shapes. They will look at images of everyday objects and determine which image most closely resembles a 3-D shape. Students will learn the difference between 2-D and 3-D shapes and have fun sorting 2-D and 3-D shapes. Students will also determine which 3-D shapes can: roll, slide and stack.
Materials needed: activity sheets to be provided (to print prior to session) and one marker or pencil.
|Registration fee (spring special)||$ 25.00|
|Registration plus $25 donation to support families in need (spring special)||$ 50.00|
|Fee waived (for families with financial need; max 1 session per family)||$ 0.00|