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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.
Students explore plane figures. In this math lesson plan, students describe and construct plane figures as described. Students draw everyday objects and identify the plane figures in each.
Learners 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.
In this math worksheet, students 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.
After reviewing plane shapes, solid shapes, and their properties students pair up and go on a geometric scavenger hunt. This lesson includes essential questions, discussion procedure, worksheets, and an enrichment activity.
In this plane figures worksheet, students name each of 7 plane figures. Students then tell the number of sides and the number of corners each polygon has.
Upper graders determine if four figures are polygons and write the names. They also answer three short answer questions about the angles and vertices of six plane figures.
In this plane figures learning exercise, students review the definitions and examples for plane figures and regular or irregular polygons. Students then tell whether the given figures are polygons and write their name if they are polygons.
In this geometry skills worksheet, students respond to 4 questions that require them to examine geometric figures and change them to solid figures and plane figures.
In this plane figures worksheet, students solve the problems by classifying the plane figures in each word problem. Students answer five problems.
Second graders explore the features of triangles and quadrilaterals. In this lesson on triangles and quadrilaterals, 2nd graders rotate with their group to five different activities all exploring a different aspect of geometry.
For this plane figures worksheet, students tell whether each of 7 figures are polygons. Students then write the name of each figure.
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 sorting plane figures worksheet, students use their problem solving skills to identify the figures that follow the sorting rule in 6 problems.
In this geometry worksheet, 2nd graders ring objects that match the solid figure shown at the beginning of each of 4 rows. They do the same with plane figures in the last 3 examples.
In this plane figure worksheet, students solve a total of 6 riddle problems related to identifying polygons using given information.
In this plane figures review worksheet, students color circles, triangles, squares, and rectangles according to the instructions. Students also record the number of designated shapes and respond to 1 visual thinking question.
In this plane figure worksheet, learners follow a set of instructions and color shapes in a picture of a train certain colors. Shapes are triangles, rectangles, circles and squares.
Students examine different shapes. For this geometry lesson, students review the names and attributes of plane and solid shapes. Students use shape cards to test their knowledge of each.
First graders explore the math concept of geometric shapes. For this plane shapes and solid shapes lesson, 1st graders examine visual examples. Students also practice solving problems that their instructors model.