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I am a flat shape. I have 1 curved side. I have no corners. What shape am I? I’m a circle!
I am a flat shape. I have 1 straight sides. I have 1 curved side. What shape am I? I’m a Semi-circle! I have 0 corners.
I am a flat shape. I have 1 curved side. I have no corners. What shape am I? I am a oval!
I am a flat shape. I have 3 straight sides. I have 3 corners. What shape am I? I’m a triangle!
I am a flat shape. I have 4 straight sides. I have 4 corners. All my sides are the same length. What shape am I? I’m a square!
I am a flat shape. I have 4 straight sides. I have 4 corners. I have two short sides and two long sides. What shape am I? I’m an oblong!
We are all quadrilaterals. We all have 4 sides. Remember just like a quad bike.
I am a pentagon! I am a flat shape. I have 5 straight sides. I have 5 corners. What shape am I?
I am a flat shape. I have 6 straight sides. I have 6 corners. What shape am I? I am a hexagon!
I am an heptagon! I am a flat shape. I have 7 straight sides. I have 7 corners. What shape am I?
I am a flat shape. I have 8 straight sides. I have 8 corners. What shape am I? I am an octagon!
Can you guess the shape? Click to begin! I am a flat shape. I have 1 curved side. I have no corners. What shape am I? I’m a circle!
What shape am I? I have 1 side I have no corners I have no parallel sides I only have one curved edge I am a …………?
Is this a square or a pentagon? It is a square.
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What shape am I? I have no flat faces. I have no straight edges. I have just one curved face. I am a …………?
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Objective: To describe properties 2 D shapes. Two-dimensional Shapes (2D) These shapes are flat and can only be drawn on paper. They have two dimensions.
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