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Given a set of (4) plane shapes (square, triangle, rectangle, circle) and (4) solid figures (cube, cone, cylinder, rectangular prism), (name) will verbally name the shape and identify it out loud as being a "flat shape" or a "3-D solid figure" with (75% accuracy) or (6/8) correct responses on (4 out of 5) activities.
By (date) when given flashcards that show (3) different sized representations (e.g. small, medium, large) of (4) shapes (squares, circles, triangles, rectangles), (name) will verbally name each shape scoring (12/12) correctly named shapes in (2 out of 3) shape naming activities.
By (date), when given (10) picture problems that show (2) shapes (circle, rectangle) and a number of equal parts, (name) will correctly draw lines to divide each shape into the appropriate amount of equal parts and circle the term that corresponds to that amount of parts (i.e. halves, fourths, quarters), answering (8/10) problems correctly in (4 out of 5) activities.
By (date), after having practiced tracing, connecting dots and copying, and when given a pre-drawn model, drawing utensil and paper, (name) will copy diagonal and crossed diagonal lines to closely resemble the model for (4 out of 5) tries, (3) times within a one week period.
By (date), after having practiced tracing, connecting dots and copying models, and when given a drawing utensil and paper, (name) will independently draw diagonal and crossed diagonal lines for (4 out of 5) tries, (3) times within a one week period.
By (date), when given paper and pencil, (name) will draw two squares that can be identified as a square by an adult, of equal or near equal size, for (3 out of 5) drawings.
By (date), after a demonstration on the board or flip chart and given paper and drawing utensil, (name) will imitate a new shape, such as oval, rectangle or hexagon to closely resemble the demonstration for (2 out of 3) tries on (3) separate occasions within one week.
By (date) when given pre-drawn pictures of squares and a pencil, (name) will draw a line dividing at least (3) squares in half or close to half either vertically or horizontally, for (4 out of 5) assignments.
By (date), when given (10) picture problems that show (2) shapes (circle, rectangle) and a number of equal parts, (name) will correctly draw lines to divide each shape into the appropriate amount of equal parts and circle the term that corresponds to that amount of parts (i.e. halves, fourths, quarters), answering (8/10) problems correctly in (4 out of 5) activities.
By (date) when given pre-drawn pictures of squares and a pencil, (name) will draw a line dividing at least (3) squares in half or close to half either vertically or horizontally, for (4 out of 5) assignments.
By (date), given a 2-D shape, a category (e.g. triangle, quadrilateral, parallelogram, rectangle) that it belongs to, and a possible subcategory (e.g. isosceles, trapezoid, rhombus, square) based on a single attribute (e.g. number of sides, number of equal side lengths, parallel sides, number of equal angles, right angles), (name) will correctly state why the 2-D shape belongs in the given category and whether or not it belongs in the given subcategory by referencing an attribute of the 2-D shape for (4 out of 5) problems.
By (date), when given (3-8) coordinates of the vertices of a polygon, (name) will draw the polygons by correctly plotting and connecting each vertex in the coordinate plane and then calculate and label the length of each side of the polygon correctly for (4 out of 5) polygons.
By (date), given a drawing of a three dimensional figure (i.e. a right rectangular pyramid or prism), (name) will name (verbally or in writing) the shape of the plane section made from cross-section cuts (parallel or perpendicular) correctly for (4 out of 5) figure drawings.
By (date), when given a two-dimensional pre-image (original figure), (name) will draw or describe the transformed figure (e.g. dilation by a factor of 2; translation left 2 units, up 1 unit; rotation around the origin or a multiple of 90 degrees, or reflection across the x or y axes) for (4 out of 5) problems.