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Make a 3D Paper Snowflake

Giant 3-D Snowflake - giant is right. With 6 sheets of copy paper, each trimmed to 8.5" square, this giant measures nearly 23"! Next time I'll make them a bit smaller, and with stiffer paper. Card stock perhaps. Invisible tape is also a must.

from Teach Junkie

The BEST Way to Teach 3D Shapes

Working with 3D shapes is a geometry standard that finds itself reoccurring from Kindergarten through 2nd grade. You'll love this quick tutorial on how to sculpt 3D shapes with playdough.

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Solid Shapes Kindergarten Emergent Reader- 3-d shapes and color words

This emergent reader little book is a great way to practice recognizing solid shapes (3-d shapes) and reading color words. The text of this book follows a predictable pattern: Red cone, red cone, what do you see? I see a blue cube looking at me. This story features the following solid shapes: cone, cube, cylinder, sphere, pyramid, and rectangular prism. It also features the following color words: red, yellow, blue, orange, green, and purple. $

from KindergartenWorks

10 Activities for Describing 3D Shapes in Kindergarten (K.G.3

Pass out paper lunch bags and have kids find a 3D solid to put inside. Also, have students write three clues that describe their 3D shape on the outside of their bag. Then, they bring it back to class and the other kids guess their shape