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Square rectangle triangle diamond trapezoid pentagon hexagon circle oval heart star.
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Is it a square or a cube? It is a cube It is a pyramid Is it a triangle or a pyramid?
AVERY TATE SHAPES. SQUARE CIRCLE TRIANGLE OVAL.
Shapes Edited by M. Haynie. Circle Triangle Square.
What shape is this? A. octagon B. parallelogram C. square D. hexagon E. triangle REMEMBER: A hexagon has 6 sides.
Back To Home The shape game By Jordan Jakusz Q1Q2Q3Q4Q5Q6Q7Q8Q9Q10Q12Q11.
How many …?. What shape can you see? I can see some _____. Q1 Q1 stars.
Is this a square or a pentagon? It is a square.
2 D shapes only have two dimensions, such as width and length Some are: Polygons and Some are: Not Polygons.
HOW MANY SHAPES do you see? A Game of Shapes. Rules Find as many shapes in the pictures as you can Some pictures have more than one shape Name each shape.
By. Circle Draw a circle in the box Tell about its attributes: sides, angles, whether or not it’s a polygon. Add any additional information you know about.
BASIC 2-Dimensional SHAPES OF GEOMETRY. Basic Vocabulary 2-Dimensional Shapes that have only 2 dimensions; width & height Congruent Exactly equal.
Turning Point Quiz: Polygons Copyright © 2010 Kelly Mott.
Shapes Shapes in Flags 2D & 3D Shapes. This is the flag of Niger, Africa. How many triangles? How many squares? How many rectangles? How many circles?
How many sides does a triangle have? Are all sides of a triangle the same length?
More Geometry. Some common shapes You see these shapes in many places.
Hexagons have 6 sides and 6 angles and vertices.
Objective: Pupils can name 2D shapes Rectangle Square Oblong Name this shape.
SHAPES There are many shapes in our world. These are circles. Circles are never ending lines.
Shapes and their properties. What am I? I have 2 pairs of equal sides I have 2 pairs of parallel sides I have 0 lines of symmetry I have no right-angles.
Our learning objectives today: To be able to recognise and name 2D shapes. To know about quadrilaterals.
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2-D shapes How do most 2-D shapes get their names? 3 – Triangle © Can you think of some shapes that are just named after.
Perimeter The distance around the outside of a shape.
Octagon An octagon has __________ sides. We can remember how many sides octagon has because “oct” means “eight”. Octagons are used in stop signs.
Area & Perimeter. SHAPE OVERVIEW Rectangle Triangle Hexagon Trapezoid Square Parallelogram Pentagon Circle.
Shapes and Patterns 1 st Grade ELL SHAPES What shape am I? I am a square.
POLYGONS. BUILDING POLYGONS We use line segments to build polygons. A polygon is a closed shape with straight sides.
Seth Mohammed Nathan Matthews We are working on a slideshow. It’s about different types of shapes.
Looking at 2D Shape with the 2D shape gang. Click on the characters to link to each shape.
Plane Figures. What are the types of figures? A closed figure begins and ends at the same end point. An open figure has ends that do not meet.
Triangle number 1 is an right triangle because it has 3 vertices and 1 right angles and it has 3 points.
Repeating patterns Can you work out the next shape in the pattern?
Click to Continue! Miss. Kasey Hatter Click on the shape to learn more about it! Triangle Square Rectangle Diamond Circle Read about them all? Click.
Copyright © Ed2Net Learning, Inc.1 Plane Shapes Grade 2.
Jeopardy Solid Figures Plane Shapes Cutting Shapes Which Shape Am I? Q $11 Q $22 Q $33 Q $44 Q $55 Q $11Q $11Q $11Q $11 Q $22Q $22Q $22Q $22 Q $33Q $33Q.
3-Dimensional Figures. Prisms – Two parallel bases – Named after the shape of its base – All other faces are rectangles Rectangular Prism Triangular Prism.
Plane Shapes Plane Shapes Two-Dimensional Shapes.
Reflectional Symmetry The image is exactly the same on both sides… therefore it is reflected across the line of symmetry. WARM UP: Draw lines of Symmetry.
Let’s Learn About Fractions! © Caitlin A. Conroy 2013.
INTRODUCTION: Here we are presenting some geometrical figures with different dimensions & properties.
This is one of a range of games available from Communication 4 All™ to assist with 2D Shape recognition. You, or the pupils, can click on any textbox.
Shapes, Shapes Everywhere Teddy and his friends love shapes. Teddy wants you to help him find the shapes in each picture. Would you like to help? Graphics.
1 st Grade Classroom Bee. What shape is this? hexagon.
Worktext p. 181 Worktext p ___ units × ___ units = ___ square units 1 6 units
Basic Shapes square A square has four equal sides.
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HAPE UESS. MAIN MENU PLAY GAME HINTS INSTRUCTIONS EXIT.
2D shapes © D shapes How do most 2D shapes get their names? 3 – Triangle 5 – Pentagon 6 – Hexagon 7- Heptagon 8 – Octagon.
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