Task# Shape Hunt Part 2

Illustrative MathematicsVaries

The main difference between this task and part 1 is that students are now given the task of finding and identifying real-world shapes in their environment. Teachers can give students a list of shapes they want them to be able to find (such as find at least one circle, one triangle, one square and one rectangle) or could ask students to find four circles or six rectangles. Obviously teachers will need to ensure that there are in fact four circles or six rectangles (or whatever combination they are asking for) visible in the space. Teachers may wish to have students work in pairs to find the shapes, but each child should have their own recording sheet.