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August 17, 2023

Manipulative Planning Template for Geometry Instruction

Using a planning template for incorporating manipulatives into geometry instruction can greatly enhance the learning experience for students!

Begin by identifying the specific geometry concepts you intend to teach, such as angles, shapes, or spatial relationships, and then select the appropriate manipulatives that align with these concepts, such as pattern blocks, geoboards, or tangrams. In your planning template, outline the objectives for the lesson and state how the chosen manipulatives will reinforce the learning goals and provide a hands-on understanding of abstract geometric concepts.

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