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.
It’s a great way to teach your standards in every grade level, connect with kinesthetic learners and it’s FUN!
Sculpting 3D Shapes With Playdough
Photo tutorials to walk you and your students through shaping the most common 3D shapes – a cone, a sphere, a cylinder and a cube.
Students learn to sculpt each shape and it reinforces concepts like the number and kinds of faces, number of vertices and makes great tools for comparing the movement of each shapes based on it’s features.
You’ll love the management tips included that make using playdough a breeze…