Shape can be defined as the form of an object or its outline, outer boundary, or outer surface. Shape can be classified into two: 2 dimensional shape which is considered a flat plane shape; and 3 dimensional shape which is considered as a solid shape.
2 DIMENSIONAL SHAPES (2-D) – Defined as a flat plane shape with two dimensions- length and width.
- It has 4 sides of the same length
- It has 4 corners
- It has 3 straight sides
- It has 3 corners
- It has 4 straight sides
- 2 sides are long and 2 sides are shorter
- No straight sides, only one curved side
- No corners
- It has 5 straight sides
- It has 5 corners
3 DIMENSIONAL SHAPES (3-D) – Defined as a solid shape which has three dimensions- length, width, and height.FACE -Part of a shape that is flat (or curved).
EDGE – The line where two faces meet.
VERTEX (VERTICES) – The place where three or more edges meet CUBE – 6 Faces, 12 Edges, 8 Vertices
SPHERE – 1 Curved Face, 0 Edges, 0 Vertices
CUBOID – Also known as rectangular prism, 6 Faces, 12 Edges, 8 Vertices
CONE – 1 Flat Face, 1 Curved Face, 1 Edge, 1 Vertice
CYLINDER – 2 Flat Face, 1 Curved Face, 2 Edges, 0 Vertice
RECTANGULAR PYRAMID – 5 Faces, 8 Edges, 5 Vertices
2-D and 3-D Shapes Worksheets
This is a fantastic bundle which includes everything you need to know about 2-D and 3-D Shapes across 21 in-depth pages. These are ready-to-use Common core aligned Kindergarten Math worksheets.
Each ready to use worksheet collection includes 10 activities and an answer guide. Not teaching common core standards? Don’t worry! All our worksheets are completely editable so can be tailored for your curriculum and target audience.
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Worksheets Activities Included
- The Bailey Family
- Daddy Bailey’s Appliances Picking
- House Architecture
- Furniture Match
- Sally’s Room
- Johnny’s Playroom
- House Properties
- Dream House
- A Place for Learning