Plane Figure Teacher Resources
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Students explore plane figures. In this math instructional activity, students describe and construct plane figures as described. Students draw everyday objects and identify the plane figures in each.
Fifth graders work with polygons.
Second graders explore the features of triangles and quadrilaterals. In this lesson plan on triangles and quadrilaterals, 2nd graders rotate with their group to five different activities all exploring a different aspect of geometry.
The class is introduced to plane figures and solid shapes. They learn to recognize the characteristics of two and three dimensional shapes by working with cut outs of plane shapes and by touching solid objects. They explore what it means for shapes to be congruent and what line of symmetry means.
Young scholars solve problems where they draw and identify plane figures. In this plane figures lesson plan, students identify similar figures, and identify figures that are crammed together.
First graders explore geometric shapes. In this plane and solid shapes lesson, 1st graders explore visual examples of plane shapes and solids. Students also practice solving problems that their instructors model.
Here is an outstanding activity which has learners identify plane shapes that make up geometric solids. They read a poem, try and identify shapes by reaching into a bag and feeling and describing a shape, draw plane shapes on the Imagination at Work website, take pictures of shapes found on a shape walk, and create shape snack trains.
What a wonderful resource! Learners create two-dimensional shapes according to the instructions stated, use the squares to make a triangular prism, a cube, and a pyramid, and identify features of plane shapes, among a myriad of other activities.
In this plane figure worksheet, students read definitions of open and closed figures, then write open or closed and irregular and regular beneath pictures. Students then draw figure according to labels. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.
In this solid and plane shapes worksheet, 2nd graders look at 5 different shapes and circle the solid shape object or item on the right of each shape that could be used to draw the given shape shown.
In this plane shapes matching worksheet, students examine the shapes in 3 rows and identify the blocks they would use to build a similar shape.
In this plane shapes learning exercise, students cut out the shapes at the bottom of the learning exercise. Students them combine the shapes to make the figures and paste them to show the shape.
In this plane figures worksheet, students answer questions about the plane figures and their sides and corners. Students draw pictures to help them answer the six problems.
In this plane figures worksheet, students color the circles blue, the triangles orange, and the rectangles red. Students then count the shapes and write how many in the blanks. Students then color the triangles purple, the circles red, and the squares green and write their number counts on the lines. Students finish by finding the plane figure for a cone.
In this math worksheet, learners study the properties of plane shapes and solid figures. Students fill out a chart after they have calculated the number of flat surfaces, edges and vertices.
Examine characteristics of solid figures such as cubes, rectangular prisms, cylinders, and cones! Learners review the attributes of plane figures and apply them to similarities in solid figures. They are assessed using common items like a Tootsie Roll, a gum ball, a caramel, and a Now and Later candy for identification purposes. They can use educational software to draw the figures.
Students define the different formulas to solve the area of a polygon. In this area lesson, students find the area of rectangles, squares, parallelograms, triangles, trapezoids and circles. They calculate the area of plane figures given the side or height of the shape.
After reviewing plane shapes, solid shapes, and their properties students pair up and go on a geometric scavenger hunt. This activity includes essential questions, discussion procedure, worksheets, and an enrichment activity.
Young mathematicians draw, create, and describe different shapes using triangles. They discuss attributes of the original and created shapes. Pupils classify the created shapes and draw and write in mathematics journals to communicate what they recall. Students see the relationship between two shapes, such as how two triangles can make a square.
Plane shapes from solid shapes? Guide your mathematicians to discovery in this tracing activity, during which they find plane shapes from the faces of solid objects. The 4 objects include a party hat, cereal box, pyramid, and can. The assignment instructs students to trace these items, so consider having them available for a tangible aspect. A sixth question challenges scholars to consider why a ball can't be traced.