Directions: Using the digits 1 to 6, at most once each time, fill in boxes and identify a shape in the blank to make as many of the following statements true as you can.

### Hint

What shapes do you see in the picture?

Are there more of the same shapes?

### Answer

Answers can vary, depending on student knowledge of shapes.

There are 6 rectangles in the picture

There are 3 circles in the picture

There are 2 triangles in the picture

There is 1 square in the picture

There are 6 rectangles in the picture

There are 3 circles in the picture

There are 2 triangles in the picture

There is 1 square in the picture

Source: Bryan Anderson

My Kinder team loved this activity. Do you have any more that you would be willing to share?

3 circles

2 triangles

3 rectangles

1 square

Six rectangles

Three circles

Two triangles

One square.

I am a teacher and I´m really stuck

Solved it! Obviously all circles!