Plane Figure Teacher Resources
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In this mathematics worksheet, 1st graders identify which object in an illustration has a flat side the same shape as the box shown. Then they look at other shapes and identify the ones with a flat side, if any.
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 and solid shapes worksheet, students review images for solid and plane shapes. Students then use the solid shapes and trace their face. Students circle the plane shape that matches and write the name of the plane shape on the line.
In this plane shapes worksheet, students cut out the shapes at the bottom of the worksheet. Students them combine the shapes to make the figures and paste them to show the shape.
In this plane and solid shapes activity, students draw the plane shapes they would make if they traced the faces on the solid shape. Students finish with one test prep question for solid shapes.
In this plane shapes worksheet, students learn about plane shapes having corners and sides. They are given four shapes to trace and write how many sides and corners it has.
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 intermediate plane shapes worksheet, learners practice their geometry skills as they use 4 pattern blocks to cover the shapes on the worksheet.
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 figure worksheet, students complete 4 multiple choice questions, determining which solid figure can be traced to make a given plane figure. A reference web site is given for additional activities.
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 shape recognition activity, 1st graders study the plane shapes and then color the shapes according to the descriptions and colors listed. Students then draw using plane shapes.
For this matching shapes worksheet, 1st graders solve and complete 5 different problems. First, they match the plane shape to the solid on the left. Then, students count the number of triangles seen in the figure at the bottom.
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.
Using an Excel spreadsheet, young mathematicians calculate the area of triangles and parallelograms. This is a creative way to have them practice this concept. Not only do they learn how to use Excel, they also practice calculating the area of plane figures. It's a win/win proposition.
Here is an outstanding lesson 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.
Plane figures have the ability to transform. They can move in three different ways. Students explore translations, rotations, and reflections as they relate to plane figures in geometry. Each student uses a digital camera to photograph 1 object, they then use their photo and PowerPoint to show how that object can be rotated and flipped. A transformation template is included.
Students identify the number of sides and corners of plane figures. In this geometry lesson, students read the book A Cloak for the Dreamer and identify the ways shapes fit together. Students review shapes and identify the sides and corners in each figure.
In the "Cha Cha Slide" pupils need to slide, turn and reverse and that's exactly what this lesson is about. They will create a graphic organizer defining the terms: reflections, translations, and rotations then they will use Scott Foresman Investigations: Flip, Slides, and Area to show how plane figures move in space. Introduce advanced learners to the idea that Algebra is a way to mathematically describe the actions of 3-D objects.
Introduce learners to area and square units. They look at a bird's-eye view map of a school and answer questions about different buildings' areas. They draw squares and rectangles on a piece of graph paper and find the area of the shapes. A comprehensive lesson with a great, engaging opener!