Plane Figure Teacher Resources
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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.
Students explore shapes. For this geometrical figures lesson, students compare and contrast 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional shapes in a modeling clay activity.
How is a plane figure like a toy Transformer? They both have the ability to change. Students think about the ways plane shapes can transform. They practice concept vocabulary then use the computer to design their own quilt square. Their design must have at least three polygons and two transformations, when they are finished they share their quilt square with a peer.
In this geometry worksheet, 2nd graders review how to describe plane figures by their number of sides and vertices. They examine 2 examples before labeling the number of sides and vertices on 6 figures.
Pupils review the concepts of area, surface area, volume, and perimeter. Using the provided worksheets, the students demonstrate their ability to calculate area, volume, and perimeter.
In this solid and plane figure worksheet, students pick which solid figure they could trace to make the plane figure shown. Students complete 4 multiple choice questions.
Students review plane figures by playing a game that resembles "Twister." They listen to directions to locate a large example of the figure which is placed on the floor.
In this solid figures worksheet, students determine the plane figures for each solid figure when cut in half. Students then imagine folding the plane figures along the dotted lines to form cartons. Students determine what the solid figures would be.
Third graders collect data and graph it. In this vertical bar graph lesson, 3rd graders review solid and plane figures as they estimate the number of objects in snack mix bags. Students obtain an actual count of items and create a class bar graph regarding their data.
Students identify the difference between area and perimeter. In this geometry lesson, student discover the difference between area and perimeter by measuring plane figures. Students work in small groups that are differentiated by ability levels.
In this solid and plan figures worksheet, students connect the plane figures with line segments to make solid figures and name the figures they drew. Students then write true or false for each statement about solid figures. Students finish with one word problem about a cone.
Eighth graders review areas of plane figures, determine the relationship between the circumference and diameter of a circle, and Show the geometric representation of the area of a circle as the shape of a parallelogram.
Help your students explore shapes. They classify shapes and identify them in their everyday world. Plane shapes are explored, and they classify and identify the plane shapes.
In this plan and solid shapes worksheet, students draw the plane shapes made by each solid shape pattern. Students then draw the plane shape that comes next in the pattern.
In this geometry worksheet, 2nd graders review how to describe plane shapes using their numbers of sides and vertices. They match 4 shapes to the sentences that describe them. They describe the shape of a baseball diamond using sides and vertices in the last problem.
In this solid shapes worksheet, students look at the plane shapes. Students circle the solids with a face like the given plane shape.
For this plane shapes worksheet, students look at the plane shapes. Students circle the solid shape with a face like the plane shape.
In this shapes worksheet, students study the plane shapes and then circle the solid or solids that have a face like the plane shape.
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.