Patterns with 2D and 3D Shapes Year 1 Shapes Learning Video Clip

Patterns with 2D and 3D Shapes Year 1 Shapes Learning Video Clip

Step 5: Patterns with 2D and 3D Shapes Year 1 Shapes Learning Video Clip

Priya and Ted are still enjoying themselves at the fairground. This time they see 2D and 3D shape patterns as they are walking around the fairground.

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Discussion points for teachers

1. Help Priya and Ted to work out what the next four 2D shapes in the pattern should be.
Discuss which 2D shapes are in the pattern on the bunting. Discuss what the pattern is and how we work out what the pattern is. Discuss which 2D shape will come next after the red circle. Discuss which 2D shape will come second, third and fourth after the red circle.
The next four 2D shapes in the pattern should be a green triangle, yellow rectangle, blue square and a red circle.

2. Help Priya and Ted to work out what the next four 3D shapes in the pattern are. Discuss which 3D shapes the items look like. Discuss what the pattern is. Discuss which 3D shape will come next after the napkin holder. Discuss which 3D shapes will come second, third and fourth after the napkin holder.
The items look like a cylinder (tin of cola), a cone (cone of chips), a cube (napkin holder) and a sphere (tomato ketchup). The next four items in the pattern are sphere / tomato ketchup, cylinder / tin of beans, cone / cone of chips and cube / napkin holder.

3. Help Ted and Priya to make a pattern with these objects (2  footballs, 4 party hats, 2  presents).  Discuss which 3D shapes the items look like. Discuss what the difference is between the two types of party hats. Discuss how to make a pattern using these four items/3D shapes. This question is open-ended for the children to explore.
The items look like a sphere (football), a cone (party hats) and a cube (present). The pattern can be any repeating pattern involving these four items.

4. Help Priya and Ted to work out which of the sweets is missing in this pattern.
Discuss which 2D shapes the sweets look like. Discuss what the pattern is. Discuss which sweet is missing in the pattern.
The sweets look like a circle (lollipop), a triangle (waffle), a square (chocolate) and a rectangle (nougat). The missing sweet is a waffle.

National Curriculum Objectives

Mathematics Year 1: (1G1a) Recognise and name common 2-D shapes [for example, rectangles (including squares), circles and triangles]

Mathematics Year 1: (1G1b) Recognise and name common 3-D shapes [for example, cuboids (including cubes), pyramids and spheres]

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