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I Spy! Shapes in our world
Art and shapes Plane shapes are flat and closed –Triangles have 3 sides, 3 angles. Squares and Rectangles have 4 sides, 4 angles. Circles have no sides or angles.
Buildings and shapes Can you find triangles in this picture?What other shapes do you see? Can you find the circles here? Any other shapes?
Shapes and sports Tell me about this picture.
Shapes and food What do you eat that is a triangle?What do you eat that is square? What do you eat that is a rectangle? What do you eat that is a circle?
Your turn! We will take a short walk around the school.When we come back, you will draw a picture of something you saw that uses shapes – triangles, circles, squares, rectangles.
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Working with Shapes in Two Dimensions
Triangles Shape and Space. Area of a right-angled triangle What proportion of this rectangle has been shaded? 8 cm 4 cm What is the shape of the shaded.
2D and 3D Shapes. What is a shape? A shape tells how an object looks on the outside.
Polygons Only one of these is a polygon. Do you know? A polygon MUST be a closed figure.
Perimeter Rectangles, Squares, and Triangles Perimeter Measures the distance around the edge of any flat object. To find the perimeter of any figure,
Who am I? Can you guess what I am from the clues? When you think you know, draw your answer on your whiteboard. Shape Detectives.
Definitions and formulas for the shapes you love Perimeter and Area.
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Objective: To describe properties 2 D shapes
HOW MANY SHAPES do you see?
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