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Looking at 2D Shape with the 2D shape gang

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Click on the characters to link to each shape

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Sammy Square A square is a shape with four equal sides. A square has four right angles A square has four lines of symmetry Click on the red buttons to find out about squares.

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Cynthia Circle A circle is a shape with one curved side A circle has an infinite amount of lines of symmetry as every point around the edge is an equal distance its centre Click on the red buttons to find out about circles.

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Robbie and Rebecca Rectangle A rectangle is a shape with four sides. Sides that are opposite are the same length A rectangle has four right angles A rectangle has two lines of symmetry Click on the red buttons to find out about rectangles.

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Tommy the Equilateral Triangle An equilateral triangle is a shape with three equal sides. An equilateral triangle has three equal angles An equilateral triangle has three lines of symmetry Click on the red buttons to find out about equilateral triangles.

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Rita and Ronnie Right Angled Triangles A right angle triangle has three sides. A right angled triangle has one right angle Not all right angled triangles have lines of symmetry Click on the red buttons to find out about right angled triangles. I don’t have any! And I have one!

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Peter Pentagon A regular pentagon is a shape with five equal sides. A regular pentagon has five equal angles A regular pentagon has five lines of symmetry Click on the red buttons to find out about pentagons.

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Harriet Hexagon A regular hexagon is a shape with six equal sides. A regular hexagon has six equal angles A regular hexagon has six lines of symmetry Click on the red buttons to find out about hexagons.

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Ollie Octagon A regular octagon is a shape with eight equal sides. A regular octagon has eight equal angles A regular octagon has eight lines of symmetry Click on the red buttons to find out about octagons.

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