1. 
(
K2) Branding Circles 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
twodimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape,
number of sides). Identify shapes in different environments.
(e.g., nature, buildings, classroom, etc.) 

2. 
(
K2) Branding Circles with English Voice 
Start Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
twodimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape,
number of sides). Identify shapes in different environments.
(e.g., nature, buildings, classroom, etc.) 

3. 
(
K2) Branding Circles with Navajo Voice 
Start Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
twodimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape,
number of sides). Identify shapes in different environments.
(e.g., nature, buildings, classroom, etc.) 

4. 
(
K2) Branding Circles with Spanish Voice 
Start Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
twodimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape,
number of sides). Identify shapes in different environments.
(e.g., nature, buildings, classroom, etc.) 

5. 
(
K2) Branding Rectangles 
Start Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
shapes in different environments. (e.g., nature,
buildings, classroom, etc.) Identify twodimensional
shapes by attribute (size, shape, number of sides). 

6. 
(
K2) Branding Squares 
Start Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
twodimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape,
number of sides). Identify shapes in different environments.
(e.g., nature, buildings, classroom, etc.) 

7. 
(
K2) Branding Triangles 
Start Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
twodimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape,
number of sides). Identify shapes in different environments.
(e.g., nature, buildings, classroom, etc.) 

8. 

9. 
(
K2) Circles 2 2D 
Start Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Name
common twodimensional shapes (square, rectangle,
triangle, and circle). Draw twodimensional shapes.
(square, rectangle, triangle, circle) 

10. 

11. 
(
K2) Circles 4 No Angles 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Name
common twodimensional shapes (square, rectangle,
triangle, and circle). Draw twodimensional shapes.
(square, rectangle, triangle, circle) Verbally compare
objects according to observable and measurable attributes. 

12. 

13. 
(
K2) Compare 2D Shapes with English Voice 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Understanding
and comparing the attributes of all the twodimensional
shapes is an important basic skill for primary students.
This lesson allows students to explore different
twodimensional shapes, analyze their attributes,
name them and describe them. This lessons is available
with English narration and script. 

14. 
(
K2) Compare 2D Shapes with Navajo Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
twodimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape,
number of sides, vertices). Identify twodimensional
shapes by attribute (size, shape, number of sides). 

15. 
(
K2) Find Patterns with Frogs 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Students
will be creating and completing patterns. Students
must analyze what they see by number, letter and
color to chose the appropriate fillins. 

16. 
(
K2) Geometric Shapes at the OK Corral 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
shapes in different environments. (e.g., nature,
buildings, classroom, etc.) Identify twodimensional
shapes by attribute (size, shape, number of sides). 

17. 
(
K2) Geometric Shapes at the OK Corral/English Voice 
Start Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
shapes in different environments. (e.g., nature,
buildings, classroom, etc.) Identify twodimensional
shapes by attribute (size, shape, number of sides). 

18. 
(
K2) Geometric Shapes at the OK Corral/Navajo Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
shapes in different environments. (e.g., nature,
buildings, classroom, etc.) Identify twodimensional
shapes by attribute (size, shape, number of sides). 

19. 
(
K2) Geometric Shapes at the OK Corral/Spanish Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
shapes in different environments. (e.g., nature,
buildings, classroom, etc.) Identify twodimensional
shapes by attribute (size, shape, number of sides). 

20. 
(
K2) Logic  Always and Sometimes 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
the concepts some, every and many within the context
of logical reasoning. Identify the concepts all
and none within the context of logical reasoning. 

21. 
(
K2) Magician Squares 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
twodimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape,
number of sides, vertices). Identify twodimensional
shapes by attribute (size, shape, number of sides). 

22. 
(
K2) Magician Squares with English Voice 
< Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
twodimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape,
number of sides, vertices). Identify twodimensional
shapes by attribute (size, shape, number of sides). 

23. 
(
K2) Magician Squares with Navajo Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
twodimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape,
number of sides, vertices). Identify twodimensional
shapes by attribute (size, shape, number of sides). 

24. 
(
K2) Magician Squares with Spanish Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
twodimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape,
number of sides, vertices). Identify twodimensional
shapes by attribute (size, shape, number of sides). 

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28. 
(
K2) Mining Shapes with Spanish Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide 
Identify
twodimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape,
number of sides). 

29. 
(
K2) Navajo Rug 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide 
Identify
shapes in different environments. (e.g., nature,
buildings, classroom, etc.) 

30. 
(
K2) Navajo Rug with English Voice 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide 
Using
Navajo figures, shapes and traditions will motivate
young learners to recognize and identify specific
geometric shapes in the context of the Navajo culture.
Squares and triangles are used in this lesson. Navajo
weavers traditionally use geometric designs because
of a natural fitting together ? an aesthetics of
these shapes with the environment. The human activity
involved in making Navajo rugs produces results
that are a spontaneously natural blending of math
and art. This lessons also has English, Navajo and
Spanish narrations and scripts. 

31. 
(
K2) Navajo Rug with Navajo Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Using
Navajo figures, shapes and traditions will motivate
young learners to recognize and identify specific
geometric shapes in the context of the Navajo culture.
Squares and triangles are used in this lesson. Navajo
weavers traditionally use geometric designs because
of a natural fitting together ? an aesthetics of
these shapes with the environment. The human activity
involved in making Navajo rugs produces results
that are a spontaneously natural blending of math
and art. This lessons also has English, Navajo and
Spanish narrations and scripts. 

32. 
(
K2) Navajo Rug with Spanish Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Using
Navajo figures, shapes and traditions will motivate
young learners to recognize and identify specific
geometric shapes in the context of the Navajo culture.
Squares and triangles are used in this lesson. Navajo
weavers traditionally use geometric designs because
of a natural fitting together ? an aesthetics of
these shapes with the environment. The human activity
involved in making Navajo rugs produces results
that are a spontaneously natural blending of math
and art. This lessons also has English, Navajo and
Spanish narrations and scripts. 

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34. 
(
K2) Number Sentences with Spiffy 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide 
When
students writes and/or solves a story problem, they
will need to write the answer in number sentence
form. For instance, ?Mary has 20 pieces of candy
and gives Betty 13 pieces, how many pieces does
Mary have left?? Giving the answer ?7? pieces of
candy is not acceptable. The answer needs to be
written in number sentence form, 20 ? 13 = 7. In
the lesson, students will be solving story problems.
And writing number sentences. 

35. 
(
K2) Rectangles with Rikki 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
twodimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape,
number of sides, vertices). Identify twodimensional
shapes by attribute (size, shape, number of sides). 

36. 
(
K2) Rectangles with Rikki/English Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
twodimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape,
number of sides, vertices). Identify twodimensional
shapes by attribute (size, shape, number of sides). 

37. 
(
K2) Rectangles with Rikki/Navajo Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
twodimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape,
number of sides, vertices). Identify twodimensional
shapes by attribute (size, shape, number of sides). 

38. 
(
K2) Rectangles with Rikki/Spanish Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
twodimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape,
number of sides, vertices). Identify twodimensional
shapes by attribute (size, shape, number of sides). 

39. 
(
K2) Roundup Circles 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
twodimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape,
number of sides). Identify shapes in different environments.
(e.g., nature, buildings, classroom, etc.) 

40. 
(
K2) Roundup Rectangles 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
twodimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape,
number of sides). Identify shapes in different environments.
(e.g., nature, buildings, classroom, etc.) 

41. 
(
K2) Roundup Squares 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
twodimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape,
number of sides). Identify shapes in different environments.
(e.g., nature, buildings, classroom, etc.) 

42. 
(
K2) Roundup Triangles 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
twodimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape,
number of sides). Identify shapes in different environments.
(e.g., nature, buildings, classroom, etc.) 

43. 
(
K2) Small and Large Squares 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Use
concepts and terms of position and size in contextual
situations: Inside/Outside, Left/Right, Above/Below/Between,
Smaller/Larger, Longer/Shorter. 

44. 
(
K2) Small and Large Squares/English Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Use
concepts and terms of position and size in contextual
situations: Inside/Outside, Left/Right, Above/Below/Between,
Smaller/Larger, Longer/Shorter. This lesson has
English, Navajo and Spanish narrations and scripts. 

45. 
(
K2) Small and Large Squares/Navajo Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Use
concepts and terms of position and size in contextual
situations: Inside/Outside, Left/Right, Above/Below/Between,
Smaller/Larger, Longer/Shorter. This lesson has
English, Navajo and Spanish narrations and scripts. 

46. 
(
K2) Small and Large Squares/Spanish Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Use
concepts and terms of position and size in contextual
situations: Inside/Outside, Left/Right, Above/Below/Between,
Smaller/Larger, Longer/Shorter. This lesson has
English, Navajo and Spanish narrations and scripts. 

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51. 
(
K2) Symmetry that is Basic and Beautiful 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Recognize
where a line of symmetry divides a two dimensional
shape into mirror images. Recognize line(s) of symmetry
for a twodimensional shape. Identify a line of
symmetry in a twodimensional shape. 

52. 
(
K2) Triangles Introduction 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Use
the words vertex and side when describing simple
twodimensional geometric shapes. Build geometric
figures with other common shapes. (e.g., tangrams,
pattern blocks, geoboards) Identify twodimensional
shapes by attribute (size, shape, number of sides). 

53. 
(
K2) Triangles Introduction/English Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Students
learn that triangles are twodimensional shapes.
They are made of three sides that meet at points
forming angles. All twodimensional geometric shapes
having three sides and three angles are called triangles.
Right triangles are introduced in a lesson called
Basic Right triangles. 

54. 
(
K2) Triangles Introduction/Navajo Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Students
learn that triangles are twodimensional shapes.
They are made of three sides that meet at points
forming angles. All twodimensional geometric shapes
having three sides and three angles are called triangles.
Right triangles are introduced in a lesson called
Basic Right triangles. 

55. 
(
K2) Triangles Introduction/Spanish Voice 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Students
learn that triangles are twodimensional shapes.
They are made of three sides that meet at points
forming angles. All twodimensional geometric shapes
having three sides and three angles are called triangles.
Right triangles are introduced in a lesson called
Basic Right triangles. 

56. 
(
K2) Tricorn Triangles 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Identify
twodimensional shapes by attribute (size, shape,
number of sides, vertices). Identify twodimensional
shapes by attribute (size, shape, number of sides). 

57. 
(
K2) Vertices with Rikki 
Start
Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Use
the words vertex and side when describing simple
twodimensional geometric shapes. Name common twodimensional
shapes (square, rectangle, triangle, and circle).
Compare attributes of twodimensional shapes (square,
rectangle, triangle, and circle). 

58. 
(
K2) Cardinal Directions 
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Lesson 
Teacher
Guide (PDF) 
Navigating
our world requires knowledge of cardinal directions.
This skill should be started in the early grades
for students. This lesson uses an acronym for the
direction names as an instructional strategy. Students
learn how to identify and use cardinal directions
and locate cities in Arizona from one city to the
other by cardinal direction. 
