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Welcome to Susan Jones Teaching. When it comes to the primary grades, learning *All Things* in the K-2 world has been my passion for many years! I just finished my M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction and love sharing all the latest and greatest strategies I learn with you through this blog and my YouTube channel! I hope you'll enjoy learning along with me :)

Mikaela

Perfect timing! Just started Geometry with my group last week. Thanks for this great freebie!

Little Miss Primary

I can't wait to use these in my class! Thanks for sharing, Susan!!

Erin

Little Miss Primary

Lynn Montgomery

Thank you so much for the shape cards! I was just thinking today that I needed to make some! Love These!!

Lynn

Laurie Forster

awesome… thanks for sharing

Diane Miller

Although we already studied shapes, I am really looking forward to incorporating this into center time as additional practice! Thanks for making it a freebie π Can't wait to look through the rest of your materials now!

First Grade Carousel

Thank you – these are perfect! Maria

Kristen Dunow

I love the geometry cards! I can't wait to use these with my first graders! Thanks so much for sharing!

Kristen

A+ Classroom Creations

Stephanie McConnell

I absolutely love this idea.

Stephanie from Principal PrinciplesSuzy Q

How much fun are your cards? Thank you!

Molly

Wow – thanks so much for these awesome cards! Printing these out now!

Thanks!

Lucky to Be in First

Lauren S

Thanks for the freebie! I love teaching geometry, too! It's always a fun unit. π

Connaid

Thank you so much for sharing your creativity. I just used these as an extension piece with a group of 1st graders. They really dug into the activity. The only problem is that one of the first things a child noticed is that the rhombus pictured is not a rhombus (needs 4 congruent sides). It sparked a whole conversation about what makes a rhombus a rhombus, therefore we can also call a square a rhombus and the term parallelogram, which was really good extension for some of them. But, as a math coordinator, I stress the importance of using the correct age-appropriate terms to help avoid confusion in later classes. I didn't feel comfortable leaving the cards with the teachers to use with the rest of the class until I have time to make ones with a different picture. Thanks again for sharing.

R Smith

I can't thank you enough! I have been searching for a creative way to teach this to my first graders and I stumbled across your post. Your work is simply amazing. You are a blessing!!

learningmyself

Thanks for sharing your day! I love that you have extended day!!! I wish we could, too.. There is never enough time!! Thanks again! I love all that you do! Amy

Unknown

Thank you so much giving of your time and effort in making these cards! These will be very useful!

Erin Nies

When I click on the free download, nothing happens. How do I download it? Thank you!

Jayne

Thx so much for the shape freebies!! ππ

Shamli

This is absolutely wonderful, can’t wait to try these out in my class! And you have given me so many more ideas all of a sudden. Thankyou so much π

Jenny

Fantastic

caron

Thanks so much for sharing these! I love the problem solving my students will be doing with them.

Cienna

thank you

Diana White

This was a great idea

isabel

Thank you!!! itΒ΄s great!!

Keke

Thanks! These are awesome.

Shundra

I like the activities and Iβm sure my second era will live it!

patricia

I can’t wait to get my shapes resources.

Afua MA

You are Awesome thanks

Jessica Track

So excited to use these for breakfast for the brain

Jessica Track

Class will love these

niall

great

Miss

These activities are great

Debbie Marks

Preschool aide

Gloria I Bazan

Thanks for the ideas!

Gloria I Bazan

Thanks for the ideas! and for the material available.