Module 6
Analyze, Compare, Create, and Compose Shapes

Overview

Throughout this module students will:
• develop understanding of ordinal numbers (first through tenth) to describe the relative position and magnitude of whole numbers
• model shapes in the world by building shapes from components (e.g., sticks and clay balls) and drawing shapes
• recognize and describe a variety of attributes for flat and solid shapes
• compose simple shapes to form larger shapes
• decompose flat shapes into two or more shapes

Vocabulary

 Terminology Definition Illustration First The ordinal number matching the number one.  First is before all the others in position or order. Second The ordinal number matching the number two in a position or order of things.  Second is after the first in a sequence. Third The ordinal number matching the number three in a position or order of things.  Third is after first and second in a sequence. Fourth The ordinal number matching the number four in a position or order of things.  Fourth is after second and third in a sequence. Fifth The ordinal number matching the number five in a postion or order of things.  Fifth is after third and fourth in a sequence. Sixth The ordinal number matching the number six in a position or order of things.  Sixth is after fourth and fifth in a sequence. Seventh The ordinal number matching the number seven in a position or order of things.  Seventh is after fifth and sixth in a sequence. Eighth The ordinal number matching the number eight in a position or order of things.  Eighth is after sixth and seventh in a sequence. Ninth The ordinal number matching the number nine in a position or order of things.  Ninth is after seventh and eighth in a sequence. Tenth The ordinal number matching the number ten in a position or order of things.  Tenth is after eighth and ninth in a sequence.