The Path

GEOMETRY-Identify plane figures: triangles, squares, rectangles, circles, parallelograms, trapezoids, quadrilaterals, polygons and solids. "Articulating their properties, characterize or define shapes and geometric solids. -Draw plane figures: triangles, circles, squares, rectangles, rods, drag templated. "Measuring plane figures: segments, amplitudes of angles using instruments. -Draw plane figures: triangles, squares, parallelograms, trapezoids, polygons, quadrilaterals, rectangles punched using templates. -Inform propositions using the properties of plane figures and solids. – Identify other figures contained within, but also that the main figures is independent.

-Identify figures contained within other pro in which the main figures are integrated into a whole. -Solve exercises which establish relations of subordination, apply properties of geometric shapes and bodies. "To argue propositions using the properties studied and empirical knowledge. – Solve problems which have to determine relationships between units of magnitudes. FIGURES – Estimate the length of objects of objective reality: the length of the pen, the table, the area of a sports field, the volume of a tank. -To estimate the mass of objects of objective reality. -To estimate volumes and areas of objects, shapes and geometric solids.

– Identify representatives of the unit of quantity which is observed either in pictures or in objective reality. – Convert magnitude data expressed in a single unit data expressed in one unit of measurement. – Resolve data conversion exercise of magnitude expressed in two or more units of measurement data are expressed in a unit of measurement or vice versa. -Exemplify approximately representatives given magnitude units, which use the path as a procedure for the realization.