# “May the 4th Be With You!” Activity

Calling all geeks! It’s May 4th, so you’ve probably already bid your friends farewell by saying “May the fourth be with you!” I probably should celebrate (or at least acknowledge) May 4th at school. I know this next idea is a little late…hindsight is 20/20. I’ll have to do this next year. (Ta-da! Now I’m prepped a year ahead!)

I just saw this free coloring page over at Homeschool Encouragement and thought of a math connection!

Print one of these for each student. Then make up a key that might look something like this (choose your own colors if you want):

• circles = red
• trapezoids = green
• rectangles = blue
• squares = yellow
• everything else = orange

This way, you’re practicing shapes while you celebrate May the Fourth! If you’re looking to be more interactive, consider having your students create the image above with tangrams.

Here are some other Star Wars themed coloring pages for you to be creative with!

But no matter what you do, may the fourth be with you! ðŸ™‚

# 3D Shapes Review (Geometry)

Here are some review pages (half sheet; so run off only half the number of students in your class and cut the sheets in half). These pages review names of 3D geometric shapes (cube, rectangular prism, sphere, etc.) as well as parts of 2- and 3D shapes (vertices, edges, etc.).

3D Shapes Review 1
3D Shapes Review 2

# Identifying Parts of Shapes

Need a quick review of angles, vertices, shape names, etc? Well, here’s a half sheet for you to give your students. It would be great for a math warm-up activity, since it isn’t very long.

Click here for the free math printable worksheet (PDF): Identifying Parts of Shapes

# Shapes Worksheet

Here’s a practice page for reviewing/identifyingÂ parts of geometric shapes (angles, sides, vertices, parallel lines, etc). Â Click here for the free printable PDF:Â Shapes Rock