quite skilled and shared with me, that a true master can juggle a
variety of objects, that are different sizes and weights.
One of his sillier stunts, was juggling a roll of toilet paper, a plunger and a bowling ball!
This was especially entertaining for little ones, as evidenced by their giggles and clapping.
Steven’s juggling escapades, inspired me to design these quick, easy and fun “Let’s Juggle 3D Shapes!” worksheets, as an interesting way to review the sphere, cube, cylinder & cone.
Patterns come in black and white, featuring a boy as well as a girl juggler. The air above them is blank.
Students fill that space, by coloring, cutting, and gluing whatever 3D shapes they have chosen, from a selection of examples on another worksheet.
Children must choose at least one of each shape, then as many others as they want to fill in the rest of the empty space.
Afterwards, using the shape key, they label the various shapes with a letter.
I’ve also included 2, colorful & completed posters, which you can use as examples to help explain what you want your students to do.
When everyone is finished, have students share their poster, pointing
out their favorite object that’s being juggled and what type of 3D shape that is.
Since they are all different, completed projects make a cute bulletin board display.
From Diane, over at TeachWithMe.com