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BSS (rekcets)
Fri, 28 Mar 1997 19:20:09 -0800

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I've always thought geometric shapes must have a mathematical formula.
I explain geometric and organic by doing a lesson where students pour a
very small amount of water on a piece of dark construction paper and
then using chalk trace the outline. This is an organic shape and then
we talk about the geometric shapes around the room, posters, doors,
windows, etc. I recommend this lesson for K, 1, or 2.

Anne Stecker


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