When student is successful on:
Sorting shapes
Finding shapes in the environment 
Recognising, comparing, sorting and matching shapes (0.5):
 Activity 1: Open or closed?
 Activity 2: What is a rectangle?
 Activity 4: Sorting with students’ own criteria

When student is successful on:
 Question II (a) – ‘First year of schooling detour’
Place teddy beside, behind, in front of … 
Developing the everyday language of location objects (1.0):
 Activity 1: Simon says …
 Activity 2: In the playground
 Activity 3: Placing objects around the room
 Activity 4: Describing the location of shapes

When student is successful on:
Sorting shapes (and some triangles)
Identifying triangles 
Identifying shapes (1.75):
 Activity 1: Introduce the shapes
 Activity 2: Make a poster

When student is successful on:
Visualising the hidden shape
 Question 58 Cards 1, 2, 3
Triads  identifying which shapes are most alike (using prototype or properties strategies). 
Simple transformations (2.0):
 Activity 1: Shape matching
 Activity 2: Transforming Shapes
 Activity 3: Crazy Shapes

When student is successful on:
Sorting shapes (and some triangles)
Identifying triangles (most triangles)
Visualise the hidden shape (one shape) 
From appearance to properties (2.5):
 Activity 1: What is a circle?
 Activity 2: How to draw a circle
 Activity 3: Properties of three dimensional solids

When student is successful on:
Sorting shapes (and all triangles)
Identifying triangles and explain features (all triangles) 
Classifying shapes (3.5):
 Activity 1: Sorting triangles
 Activity 2: Sorting Quadrilaterals

When student is successful on:
Identifying triangles and explain features (all triangles)
Visualise the hidden shape (more than one shape)
Triads  identifying which shapes are most alike (using prototype or properties and some dynamic strategies). 
Visualisation in 2 and 3 dimensions (3.5):
 Activity 1 Lego tower: basic version
 Activity 2 Lego tower (seven photos)

When student is successful on:
Identifying triangles and explain features (all triangles)
Triads  identifying which shapes are most alike (using dynamic strategies). 
Changing conceptions of shapes (4.25):
 Activity 1: Classifying quadrilaterals according to features
 Activity 2: Classifying quadrilaterals according to definitions

When student is successful on:
Triads  identifying which shapes are most alike (using dynamic strategies).
Identifying shapes and creating a square using them.
Rearrange the square by visualising. 
Congruence from rotations and reflections (4.5):
 Activity 1: Reflecting shapes
 Activity 2: The last word on reflections and rotations
