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Quadrilaterals

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Shelby Hembera

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Transcript of Quadrilaterals

Quadrilaterals
3rd Grade
Shelby Hembera
Math

Lesson Five: How Do We Use This Everyday?
Objective: Students will identify the fractions of divided shapes in order to describe how we use this in our daily life.

Literature:
The Hershey's Milk Chocolate Fraction Book
by Jerry Pallotta and Rob Bolster (Nonfiction)

Use: This book is a fun way to introduce students to fractions and also addresses the topic of equivalent fractions.
Lesson Four: How Do We Divide Shapes Into Equal Areas And Use Fractions?
Objective: Students will divide shapes into equal parts in order to visualize what a fraction is.

Literature:
Fraction Action
by Loreen Leedy (Fiction)

Use: This book uses illustrations to make the idea of partitioning shapes into equal parts more concrete.
Lesson One: What Makes A Shape A Quadrilateral?
Objective: Students will identify and describe the characteristics of a quadrilateral in order to compare and contrast the different types of quadrilaterals.

Literature:
If You Were A Quadrilateral
by Molly Blaisdell (Fiction)

Use: This book is a fun way to introduce what a quadrilateral is and some different types of quadrilaterals.

Lesson Two: What Are Some Types Of Quadrilaterals?
Objective: Students will identify and describe the unique characteristics of a quadrilateral in order to compare and contrast each quadrilateral.

Literature:
Quadrilaterals
by Rosalind M. Flynn (Drama)

Use: This book introduces a few of the types of quadrilaterals and their unique features.
Lesson Four: How Do We Divide Shapes Into Equal Areas And Use Fractions?
Objective: Students will divide shapes into equal parts in order to visualize what a fraction is.

Literature:
Fraction Action
by Loreen Leedy (Fiction)

Use: This book uses illustrations to make the idea of partitioning shapes into equal parts more concrete.
Essential Question: What makes a shape a quadrilateral, and how do you partition shapes into equal areas and name each area as a fraction? How do we use this in real life?
Integration: Art
Students will create a brochure that describes all of the types of quadrilaterals and where we see them in real life.
Integration: Writing
Students will write a letter to one of the quadrilaterals. They will tell him/her why they are so important, what they are used for, and will include some unique facts about that certain quadrilateral.
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