Whiteboard Room

Shape, Space and Measure

Resource File Summary Credits
  2D shapes for tracing

5.80 KB

A set of 2D shapes that pupils can trace on the whiteboard using their fingers or the pens.

Primary – From P6

Thanks to
Grangewood School
Hillingdon
3D Shapes

2.22 MB

A colourful presentation showing a variety of 3D shapes.

Primary – From P8

Thanks to
Sally Paveley
The Bridge School
London
  Big and Small

151 KB

Learn the words and symbols for big and small then see if you can identify big and small objects.

Primary – From P6

Thanks to
Sally Paveley
The Bridge School
London
  Biscuit Shapes

3.43 MB

Watch the shapes move onto the biscuits then identify the correct biscuit shape in a quiz.

Primary – From P6

Thanks to
Sally Paveley
The Bridge School
London
  Colour match

6 KB

Drag the coloured shapes to make a colour match then make a picture with the colourful shapes.

Primary – From P5

Thanks to
Sally Paveley
The Bridge School
London
  Copy a pattern

18.0 KB

Drag the coloured shapes to reproduce the pattern above.

Primary – From P6

Thanks to
Grangewood School
Hillingdon
   Cubes and Spheres

334 KB

Look at different cubes and spheres then identify them in a quiz.

Primary – From P8

Thanks to
Claire Barnes
Willow Dene School
Greenwich

 

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