Three-Dimensional Objects Teacher Resources
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First graders explore the math concept of geometric shapes. In this plane shapes and solid shapes lesson plan, 1st graders examine visual examples. Students also practice solving problems that their instructors model.
In this attribute of solid shapes reteaching worksheet, 1st graders review the meaning of faces, corners, curves, and edges. They complete 8 examples by circling the curves, faces, edges, and corners on the given shapes.
In this solid shapes worksheet, students examine 4 pictures and write the names of the two solid shapes in the picture. Examples of the shapes are shown at the top of the page.
In this math problem solving worksheet, students read and solve 3 math word problems that require them to classify and compare solid shapes.
In this plane and solid shapes learning exercise, students solve the word problems by comparing the plane and solid shapes in the six word problems.
Give your mathematicians a little more practice with those solid shapes. There is a picture of a train built with shape blocks and they need to color shapes that were used to make the picture of the train. Then they need to count the shapes and write how many there are of each type used.
Young math learners could do this activity in class or for homework. Solid shapes are identified and labeled in a box on the top half of the activity. There are six everyday items on the bottom and your math learners need to identify the solid shape that it represents and write the word.
For this geometry practice worksheet, students sharpen their math skills as they classify and compare solid shapes by identifying how 3 pairs of shapes are alike and different. Students also answer a challenge question at the bottom of the sheet.
A one page worksheet to identify solid shapes: circle, cone, cylinder, rectangular prism, sphere, and pyramid. The bottom half of the page has student identifying movement of some of the solids. They have to determine if a cube, sphere, and cylinder, either slides, rolls, or stacks.
In this early childhood surfaces of solid shapes worksheet, students practice their math skills as they identify the shapes of objects that have circular and square surfaces.
You and your class will like this lesson. After watching a video depicting how visual models relate to volume and surface area of solid shapes, learners construct three-dimensional forms using nets. They calculate the surface area and volume for each and then draw them. Additional materials and videos are not included as hyperlinks, but web addresses are that can get you to them.
Prisms are the focus of this geometry worksheet. Learners count the number of parts of a prism and chart 26 answers. Vocabulary such as: "faces," "edges," and "verticies" are taught. A well-designed math worksheet!
First graders make a picture using a triangle, rectangle or circle and share with a neighbor the shape they used to make their object. They then sort their objects by shape. Students are then sent on a scavenger hunt to take pictures of objects around the school that are cones, rectangular prisms or cylinders with a digital camera.
In this solid shapes instructional activity, students name and describe the solid shapes on the left. Students color the objects that are like the solid shape.
In this solid shapes learning exercise, students learn to identify and solve word problems that use solid shapes. Students solve six word problems about solid shapes.
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 shape faces worksheet, students look at the white face of a solid shape. Students then circle the shape of the face for the four different shapes.
In this solid shapes worksheet, students name and describe the solid shapes for each example. Students then color the objects that are like the solid shape.
In this shape recognition learning exercise, students name and describe the solid shapes. Students then circle the objects that are like the solid shapes.
In this shape recognition worksheet, students name and describe the solid shapes. Students cut out the pictures and match them to the similar solid shapes. Students paste the pictures under the shapes they match.