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Cube 6 square faces 12 edges 8 corners
Cuboid 6 rectangle faces 12 edges 8 corners
Sphere 1 curve face no edges no corner
cone 2 face ( 1 curve + 1 flat ) 1 edge 1 corner
cylinder 3 face ( 1 curve + 2 flat ) 2 edges no corner
pyramid 5 flat face 8 edges 5 corners
What shape am I ? conespherecylinder I have no edges. I have just one curved face.
Well Done! I am a sphere!
What shape am I ? cylindercubecone I have one curved face. I have one flat face. I have one vertex
Great work! I am a cone!
What shape am I ? cubecuboidsphere I have 6 flat square faces I have 12 edges I have 8 corners.
Fantastic! I am a cube!
What shape am I ? pyramidcylindercone I have one curved face I have 2 flat faces I have no corner
Well Done! I am a cylinder
What shape am I ? cuboidcubepyramid I have 6 flat faces My faces are all rectangles I have 12 edges and 8 corners.
Brilliant! I am a cuboid!
Opp!! Try Again
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