Shape Sort | 2D and 3D Shape Sorting Activity

A file or printable companion for Boom Cards

by The Connett Connection

Price: 200 points or $2 USD

Subjects:

Grades: 14,13

Description: Students will practice distinguishing between 2D shapes and 3D shapes with this shape sorting math center. This shape sort assesses whether a student can distinguish between 2D and 3D shapes with both basic shape images and with real world shape images. Students will love this hands on and engaging way to practice seeing the difference between 2D and 3D shapes. This sorting activity makes a great math station, small group activity or hands on assessment for students learning about shapes. Ways to Use math centers independent practice hands on assessment small group This sorting math center is an easy to prep activity. Simply print the mats and shapes, cut out the shapes, then place in the desired center for students to complete the activity. There are two different sorts to assess student knowledge on shapes. one sort with basic 2D and 3D shapes one sort with real world examples of shapes. By having two sets of sorts, teachers are able to differentiate this math activity for students based on visual needs. This also provides teachers with more than one sort option when setting up centers or small group activities.