This colorful and straightforward 3D shapes word mat or poster can teach kids the names and attributes of various 3D shapes. One page shows seven common 3D shapes, their proper names, and the corresponding number of faces, vertices, and edges.
This fun activity will have your learners cutting out cards to make their own sorting game. Kids can then sort cards corresponding to each of seven 3D shapes into the appropriate category. This activity can be used as an engaging tool for review.
Time to see how much you've learned about 3D shapes! In this simple to follow review quiz, kids are asked to name and describe each of seven 3D shapes, paying close attention to the properties (edges, faces, vertices).
In this activity, learners can experiment with various 3D shapes to see how specific shapes move. Kids are asked to indicate whether it's possible to slide, roll, or stack each of seven 3D shapes.
This worksheet will introduce young learners to the basic concept of 3D shapes. The three terms used to describe 3D shapes (faces, edges, vertices) are simply defined and indicated using simple illustrations, helping kids connect the vocabulary to the concept.
This worksheet helps kids learn about the shape of a cube in several engaging but simple steps. Children can label the shape, draw their cubes, and count the edges, faces, and vertices. Finally, they get to cut out pictures of cubes and write what shape each real-life object is.
This worksheet helps kids learn about the shape of a pyramid in several engaging but simple steps. Children can label the shape, draw their pyramid, and count the edges, faces, and vertices. Finally, they get to cut out pictures of pyramids and write what shape each real-life object is.