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Cone A cone is a 3-dimensional shape. A cone has 1 base.A cone has a point at the opposite end. A cone can roll.
Cube A cube is a 3-dimensional shape. A cube has 6 equal sides.A cube has 8 corners.
Cylinder A cylinder is a 3-dimensional shape.A cylinder has 2 flat sides. A cylinder can roll on its side.
Sphere A sphere is a 3-dimensional shape.A sphere doesn’t have any sides or corners. A sphere can roll.
Rectangular Prism A rectangular prism is a 3-dimensional shape.A rectangular prism has 6 sides. A rectangular prism has 8 corners.
Pyramid A pyramid is a 3-dimensional shape. This pyramid has 4 sides.This pyramid has 1 base. A pyramid has a point.
What shape am I? A Cube What shape am I? Cylinder.
Solid Shapes Three Dimensional Figures. Cube A cube has six faces. A cube has eight vertices. A cube has twelve edges. A cube is a solid shape. A cube.
By GABE. Cube Defining Attributes: 6 flat faces 8 vertices 12 edges The face is a square It can stack and slide.
What are these shapes? squarecircletrianglerectangle How many sides do each have? How many points do each have?
Geometric Perspectives. Everything has a name… Face Corner (Vertex) Edges.
Three Dimensional Figures. Vocabulary to know: Face – a flat surface of a three dimensional figure. Edge – where two faces meet. Vertex – point where.
Week 24 - Vocabulary 3-Dimensional Figures Cube Definition: a solid figure 6 square faces, 6 square faces, 12 edges, and 12 edges, and 8 vertices. 8.
Congruent Two shapes that are the same size and shape
Exploring Solids and Shapes. Basic Definitions Face: A flat surface on a solid figure. Edge: A line segment where two faces meet Vertex: A point where.
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.
AIMS Math Review Spring, 2008
3D Figures Objective: Learn to identify 3-dimensional figures.
FORM. FORM A 3-dimensional object SPHERE CYLINDER.
Identifying 3-D Figures Lesson 12 – 7. Vocabulary Three Dimensional (3 – D) Figure: Shapes that have a length, width, and depth/height Face – a flat surface.
By Alex. Cube Defining Attributes: 6 faces 8 vertices 12 edges Shape of faces square It can stack and slide.
parallel lines never touch Make 90° angles (paper can fit in the corner)
Face - a flat side of the object ( 2 dimensional shape) Edge – where two faces meet Vertex – where two or more edges meet.
3-d shapes. This is a cube. Eight corners Six faces cube.
Sphere – any round object whose curved surface is the same distance to the center as all of its points.
2-D and 3D shapes Riddle Game.
Which one is a cylinder? You’re right! This is a cylinder.
Nets Nets A net is a pattern that you cut out and fold to form a 3 - dimensional figure.
Can you find the 3D shape?. Can you find the cube?
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.
3D SHAPES. PYRAMID The pyramid has 5 faces. The pyramid has 5 vertices. The pyramid has 8 edges.
Prism A prism is a polyhedron, with two parallel faces called bases. The other faces are always parallelograms. The prism is named by the shape of its.
Math Jeopardy For more information, click >>>>>> Where two faces meet edge.
PRISMS. Prisms A prism is a 3-dimensional solid that has congruent ends.
Blueprints. Definition: a reproduction of a technical or engineering design.
Math TAKS Obj 7 Vocab. Net A two dimentsional representation of a three dimensional object.
SHAPE IT UP Geometry – 2 nd Grade Kathy Dewberry.
2-D and 3-D Figures Riddle Game. Two and Three Dimensional Figures Word Bank trapezoid circle cone cylinder rhombus oval hexagon triangular prism square.
Fill in the area formulas for the following: Circle ____________________ Rectangle ________________ Triangle __________________.
Some Geometrical Objects in Our Environment
Is it a square or a cube? It is a cube It is a pyramid Is it a triangle or a pyramid?
Solids and Their Characteristics By:. Cubes Cones Cylinders Square Pyramids Rectangular PrismsSpheres.
What is the correct name for the geometric figure? Triangular prism.
©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.
3 Dimensional Shapes Identify the Faces, Edges, Vertices.
Volume of Rectangular Prisms
Figures and Shapes Northern Computer Lab.
2-D and 3-D Geometric Shapes Jeopardy
Understanding Solid Figures
Volume learning about. There are three classes of solid that we will look at: Prisms Tapered Solids Spheres.
1-1: Nets and Drawings Visualizing Geometry. Nets vs. Solids Geogebra Nets Cube, Rectangular Prism, Cylinder, Cone, Octahedron Cube, Rectangular Prism,
Surface Area of Prisms and Cylinders. Goal, to find the surface areas of prisms and cylinders.
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