The third grade math teachers at Upland Heights Elementary brought in technology to help identify 3D shapes and all of their attributes. The students were able to use Ipads to describe different real-life objects with edges, vertices, faces and bases.
Third grade teacher, Kelsey Morris, said the kids had a blast with the activity. “I had them take a picture of a 3D object in the classroom, then describe the object based on it’s specific attributes,” Morris said. “They then got to add eyes and any details they wanted to their shape and record their voices to let the shapes do the talking.”
What a fun way to learn! Check out the pictures below.