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Year 1 Geometry

Recognise and name common 2-D and 3-D shapes, including:

Describe position, direction and movement, including whole, half, quarter and three-quarter turns.



2-D shapes [for example, rectangles (including squares), circles and triangles]

3-D shapes [for example, cuboids (including cubes), pyramids and spheres]


Two Dimensional Shapes: A simple word searchh   

Two Dimensional Shapes: A more difficult word search  

Two Dimensional Shapes: A challenging word search

Rectangles and Squares: A presentation showing the properties of these two shapes

Rectangles and Squares: A worksheet for the above presentation

What is a Circle?: A presentation that describes a circle as points equidistant from a centre point

Circles Work Sheet: A worksheet with on circles and other shapes

Triangles: A presentation that identifies the shape called a triangle

Triangles: A presentation that identifies right angle triangles

Spot the Triangle: A worksheet with tringles to identify

Triangles with a Square Corner: A worksheet for thepresentation on rightangle triangles

Cone, Cuboid, Cylinder and Sphere: A presentation giving descriptions of the shapes

Three Dimensional Shapes: A Who wants to be a millionaire type presentation

Name and Colour the Solids - A worksheet with solids to name and colour

The Cube:  A presentation showing that a cube is a special cuboid

Giving o’clock Positions: A presentation that shows how to give an o’clock position

Finding o’clock Positions: A worksheet with o’clock positions to find

The resources for Year 1 can be viewed in PDF format via the interactive list or by browsing through the pages containing the resources. For details of how to purchase all the Year 1 resources on a cd for £25 with the presentations in PowerPoint, <CLICK HERE>

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