We're learning about shapes in kindergarten. I like to bridge multiple subjects together, especially since I teach a combo class. It's more efficient and practical. After all, isn't true learning multi-disciplinary and integrational? I think so. Anyways, here's what we did:


We made geoemtrical designs with simple tools - pencil, a ruler, cardstock paper, and a sharpie. 

STEPS: 1. Choose one shape and draw it. BIG! 2. Using the ruler, draw lines inside the dominant shape. 3. Then draw lines outside of the shape. 4. Outline with a black marker. 5. Time to break out the crayons! To make it look clean, use one color with different hues. For example, blue, red + pink, yellow + orange.  


And that's it. To bridge this with math,