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Three-dimensional shapes can be categorized based on their attributes, and scholars learn more about six figures through this sorting activity. They examine six shapes: sphere, cylinder, cone, cube, prism, and pyramid. There is a table where learners can tally the number of curved and flat surfaces for each. Which has the least? The most? Which ones have an attribute in common, but happen to look very different?
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