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Our learning objectives today: To be able to recognise and name 2D shapes. To know about quadrilaterals.
What is a shape with 3 straight sides? Some triangles have a right angle. These are called right angle triangles. A triangle!
Any shape that has 4 straight sides is a quadrilateral. How many quadrilaterals can you imagine? square rectangle kite parallelogram trapezoid rhombus
Any shape that has 5 straight sides is a pentagon. regular pentagon A regular pentagon has 5 sides of equal length.
Any shape that has 6 straight sides is a hexagon. regular hexagon What do you think is special about a regular hexagon? What is a shape with 6 straight sides?
Any shape that has 8 straight sides is an octagon. regular octagon
Circles and ovals have just 1 curved side. What shapes are these? What do you notice about their sides?
Bargain shapes only 10p each!
Click to begin! Can you guess the shape?.
Let’s review our shapes….
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