A Frayer Model is a graphic organizer divided into five parts. The word or concept is in the middle, and there are four boxes around that word or concept. Typically, they include a section for examples and non examples of the concept. In this activity, students will create a frayer model for polygons. This can be done individually or as a group, where students help fill in each section. They will review what a polygon is, what it isn't, and show examples from the "Shapes" category of the Storyboard Creator! It can even be modified and printed for students to fill out with a pencil.
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Objective: Create a Frayer Model for polygons.
Grade Level 2-3
Difficulty Level 2 (Reinforcing / Developing)
Type of Assignment Individual or GroupCommon Core Standards