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Describing objects Some useful words
Talk about: ColourParts Shape Material Usage Where? However, never mention what it is! Why? Who?
square triangle - triangular
circle – circular/round rectangle - rectangular
cube - cubical cylinder – cylinder-shaped
sphere - spherical cone - conical
tube – tube-shaped
paper fabric/textile cloth aluminium card board cotton
plastic rock/stone glass metal/iron
lid cap knot hinge Think of 7 things you can say about each object
string/cord rope door handle/knob pedestal button
naar beneden drukken naar rechts/links to the left/right to press down
het bestaat uitit consists of/made of meerdere onderdelen voorwerp handvat hendel knop various parts object handle handle/lever button/switch/knob
Unit 5 shapes Stephen Roney JIC May, Dome Stephen Roney JIC May, 2014.
Is it a square or a cube? It is a cube It is a pyramid Is it a triangle or a pyramid?
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What shape am I? A Cube What shape am I? Cylinder.
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K.G.A.2 Geometry Identify and describe shapes (Squares, circles, triangles, rectangles, hexagons, cubes, cones, cylinders, and spheres)
3 Dimensional Shapes Identify the Faces, Edges, Vertices.
8.3 Volume Objectives: To find the volume of a right prism. To find the volume of a right cylinder. To find the volume of a pyramid. To find the volume.
FORM: Uses a shape and adds “substance”-All forms are made up of one or more of the basic shapes in various combinations. (Three-Dimensional) A. Pyramid-
What are we learning today? We will learn the names of 3D shapes. We will learn how they are made up. We will learn new ways to describe them. We will.
2D and 3D Shapes. What is a shape? A shape tells how an object looks on the outside.
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Circles Squares Triangles. Circle SphereCylinder.
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Solid Figures Vocabulary. SOLID FIGURES 3 – Dimensional (3 – D) shapes 3 – Dimensional (3 – D) shapes They are made up of 2 – D shapes (squares, rectangles,
parallel lines never touch Make 90° angles (paper can fit in the corner)
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Shape Talks Kindergarten This Slide show has the kindergarten CCSS 2d and 3d shapes including square, circle, triangles, rectangles, hexagons, cubes, cones,
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Chapter 13 Volume Volume of Prisms h base (bottom) h *base (shape not a rectangle) B = base area V = Bh.
©A. Weinberg By Ms. Weinberg SOL ©A. Weinberg Let’s learn a bit about Geometry! Geometry is a part of Math that focuses on shapes and lines. Shapes.
Jeopardy Start Final Jeopardy Question Volume PerimeterArea Plane Figures Solid Figures
What shape am I? I have no flat faces. I have no straight edges. I have just one curved face. I am a …………?
Geometry: Plane Shapes Ms. Magallanes 1st Grade Louis Wiener ES.
Geometric shape picture By Joel Tercero Destanee Sanchez Omar Villegas.
JEOPARDY Welcome to Jeopardy Nets Rectangular Prisms Triangular Prisms Rolling with the Cylinders What’s the 3-D?
MANY FACES Reviewing Properties of 3D figures. NAME THAT SHAPE
Objective: To describe properties of solid shapes such as perpendicular and parallel lines, faces and edges.
Fill in the area formulas for the following: Circle ____________________ Rectangle ________________ Triangle __________________.
Geometry In My Life By: Mason Johnson. Sphere A sphere is a round shape with no faces, vertices or edges for an example this foam basketball is a sphere.
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VOLUME. So far, we have learned about length. This is a measure of 1 dimension.
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What are these shapes? squarecircletrianglerectangle How many sides do each have? How many points do each have?
Congruent Two shapes that are the same size and shape.
Area of a Square P = 2L + 2W Perimeter of a Square A= s 2 Perimeter of a Rectangle P = 4s Area of a Rectangle A= LW or Bh.
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Surface area with nets. 8 ft. 3 ft # miles 433 miles X miles # 9.
TYPES of SOLIDS PRE374 PRISM: a solid with two identical ends and all flat surfaces. BASE: the side on which the solid rests. Triangular Prism Rectangular.
Chapter 6 Review. Name the net A. square prism B. square pyramid C. triangular prism D. triangular pyramid.
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