3D Shape Activities
Learning 3D shapes just got WAY cooler! These engaging, hands-on 3D shape activities teach kids about cones, cubes, cylinders, hemispheres, hexagonal prisms, pyramids, rectangular prisms, spheres and triangular prisms.
They’re great to use as math centers or math lessons in kindergarten, first grade or second grade.
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Inside the kid-approved pack, students learn about the parts of 3D shapes with a helpful poster identifying faces, edges and vertices.
Three interactive flap books challenge kids to draw each shape, identify real world objects containing the shape and then put their new knowledge to the test by writing its number of edges, vertices and faces.
They build and read paper models of six shapes: a cone, cube, rectangular prism, cylinder, square pyramid and triangular pyramid.
Kids match real world objects with their corresponding shape on a set of 27 clip cards.
Children spin a paper clip, name the shape it lands on and color it on the graph as they race to see what shape will reach the top first.
And they practice naming and identifying shapes with a fun round of 3D Shape Bingo. (There’s a class set of boards!)
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15 Fun, Hands-On Activities for Learning About 2D and 3D Shapes
A selection of fun, hands-on math activities for learning about 2D and 3D shapes.
When we think of early mathematical learning, we typically think firstly of numbers. But there is a whole other world of mathematics to enjoy and explore and that is the world of shapes! This post includes fifteen ideas for learning about 2D and 3D shapes (and their properties) in fun and ‘hands on’ ways!
15 Fun, Hands-On Activities for Learning About 2D and 3D shapes
Ideas for Learning About 2-Dimensional Shapes
Between the ages of two and four years, children typically begin to learn the names of simple 2D shapes incidentally; generally learning about circles, squares and triangles to begin with. We see them in picture books, on TV shows and in every day life (does anyone else’s toddler insist on their sandwiches being cut into a certain shape?) In their first years of school children will build on this knowledge, learning about rectangles, ovals, hexagons, pentagons and octagons, just to name a few.
1. Head Off On a Shape Hunt
A great way to kick start learning about shapes (whether it be at school or home) is with a ‘shape hunt’ – exploring and identifying shapes in our environment and everyday life. You can go on a shape hunt around your house, backyard, classroom or neighbourhood. Older children can take a checklist or paper to record their findings on, while younger children will enjoy discussing what you see as you go. Photographing the shapes you find is another great idea, with the photos being perfect for compiling into your very own shape book.
2. Popstick Play
Popsticks and matchsticks are such versatile learning materials. They make a great resource for creating 2D shapes.
3. Self Correcting Popstick Puzzle
Take the above activity one step further and make a self correcting puzzle by using the one colour for each shape, writing the name of the shape on each popstick and including the number of sides/corners. This makes a great busy bag .
4. Pipe Cleaner Creations
Pipe cleaners provide a great workout for finger muscles. They can be bent and twisted to create a variety of 2D shapes. As a variation, make the shapes larger by using one pipe cleaner for each side of the shape.
5. Playdough Fun
Playdough is also a useful tool for exploring shapes. Adding a set of geometric cookie cutters ( like this one ) to playdough play is a super easy way to add shapes to your day.
6. Shape Collages
Kindergarten and school aged children will have lots of fun creating pictures with shapes. I created these two as example,s using a variety of shapes cut from textured papers and buttons.
7. Pretty Pattern Blocks
Pattern blocks are one of my favourite classroom materials. Not only are children learning about 2D shapes when they play with them, but also other mathematical concepts such as symmetry, tessellation, pattern, sorting, counting and so much more. This activity could either be left unstructured for the children to make their own pictures, patterns and shapes, or you can use pattern block activity cards as a guide.
8. Sing About Shapes
Here’s a cute little song to help preschoolers learn 2D shapes. It works best with a group of children, with everyone holding a shape (sing to the tune of If You’re Happy and You Know It).
If you’re holding a square stand up! If you’re holding a square stand up! If you’re holding a square, if you’re holding a square If you’re holding a square stand up. Repeat with other shapes
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9. Fantastic Feely Bags
When I’m introducing the topic of shapes to my class, I always start with a ‘feely bag’. The idea being that the children feel the shapes in the bag without looking, trying to identify each shape using only their sense of touch. We discuss – How does it feel? Does it have pointy corners? Does it feel round? Once the children are familiar with names of the shapes, it’s fun to guess the shape they’re holding before revealing it!
10. Wonderful Wooden Blocks
Generally speaking in the first year of school you could expect your child to learn the shapes pictured above; rectangular prism, pyramid, cylinder, cone, cube and sphere. 3D wooden blocks are a great resource for talking about the features of 3D shapes (and the 2D shapes they are made up of).
11. Test It: Stack, Roll or Slide?
As children learn 3D shapes, it’s fun to explore how they move and interact with each other. Set up a simple ramp and test each shape to see if it rolls down the hill or slides? Next, test each shape to see if it can be stacked easily on top of another shape. Explore your child’s understanding of why a shape does (or does not) roll, slide or stack.
12. 3D Playdough Shapes
Add matchsticks to playdough and invite children to create 2D and 3D shapes.
13. 3D Shape Models
Moulding 3D Shapes from playdough or kinetic sand is a fun, hands-on challenge.
14. Nifty Nets
School aged children can begin to explore the concept of ‘nets’. A net is a 3D shape flattened out. These plastic polydrons are a fantastic tool to teach this concept. Making your own die cube is a great place to start! (Once again we see 3D shapes in our everyday life). Here’s a link to a free die template printable from Teachers Pay Teachers.
15. 3D Shape Rhyme
Finally here’s a simple 3D shape rhyme to help children connect the name of the shape to real life objects.
3D Shapes are fat not flat A cone is like a party hat A sphere is a bouncy ball A prism is a building tall A cylinder is like a can of pop A cube is like the dice you drop 3D shapes are here and there 3D shapes are everywhere!
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This enormous collection of 3D shapes worksheets opens kids to the exciting world of shapes, sparks a hunger for experimentation, making it a great choice for kindergarten through high school students. Anchor charts, cheat sheets, flashcards, exercises to identify and label the solid shapes, compare and analyze 2D and 3D shapes, learn their distinct attributes, movements, combine them to construct new shapes, comprehend nets and cross sections of solid figures, and rotating 2D shapes to make 3D shapes - you name it and we have it. Try introducing your learners to the free worksheets and see which ones click.
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3D shapes charts create a fantastic opportunity and are an invitation to learn everything about solid shapes, their attributes, their real-life representations, and much more. They go hand-in-hand supplementing teaching and strengthening concepts.
Fuel the learning of kindergarten, grade 1, grade 2, and grade 3 kids with these printable identifying and labeling 3D shapes worksheets. Kids recognize 3-dimensional shapes and enhance their descriptive shape vocabulary and spellings.
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Occupy kids with amazing hands-on experiments and stimulate them to investigate the movements of each 3D shape. Kids of kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade test if each shape in these pdf worksheets can roll, slide or/and stack and record their findings.
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With fun and learning in equal measure, we came up trumps with these faces, vertices, and edges exercises help young learners of 1st grade through 5th grade differentiate one 3D shape from the other by familiarizing them with the distinct properties.
Serving as an excellent bridge between solid and plane shapes these analyze and compare 2D and 3D shapes pdfs are sure to help kids visualize 2D faces on 3D shapes, compare their properties, sort them and do much more.
Students of grade 4 through grade 8 batten down the hatches and prepare for a raging storm of exercise in these nets of 3D shapes worksheets. Identifying the 2D nets of flattened 3D shapes and figuring out the 3-dimensional shape resulting from a folded net are the two essential skills emphasized in these handouts.
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What are 3D shapes?
2D shapes are boring. Ah! Not really. But got your attention. Now.
3D shapes, they have 3 dimensions. Length, width and depth. What would the 3D version of a square be? A cube. A cube has 6 square faces which are all the same size.
Whereas cuboids, they're like a stretched cube and have 2 square faces and 4 rectangular faces. Oh yeah. Alright. Please make him stop.
Right, what about triangles? Triangles become pyramids. You're now a square based pyramid with 4 triangular faces and a square face for your bottom. You can get pyramids with different shaped bases. Triangles, pentagons, hexagons, any shape.
And a circle becomes a sphere with just one large, curved face, like a ball. Perfect for, uh, rolling. Strike! I mean...oh come on now.
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Introduce your child to our 3D shapes worksheets. Besides learning to identify various geometric shapes and important concepts like symmetry, dimensions, and plane, your young student can print, cut, and create models that bring 3D shapes to life. They will be amazed when they create their own 3D cubes, cones, and even triangular prisms and ...
There are 12 centers included in total. Most of the activities include both a 2D and 3D version where applicable.The activities included are:1. I Spy Shapes - Students locate all the real-life pictures that match the 2D and 3D shapes.2. Pattern Block Shapes - Students create the shapes shown on th. Subjects:
These engaging, hands-on 3D shape activities teach kids about cones, cubes, cylinders, hemispheres, hexagonal prisms, pyramids, rectangular prisms, spheres and triangular prisms. They're great to use as math centers or math lessons in kindergarten, first grade or second grade. Grab your pack in our shop or on Teachers Pay Teachers!
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Nets of 3D Shapes. Students of grade 4 through grade 8 batten down the hatches and prepare for a raging storm of exercise in these nets of 3D shapes worksheets. Identifying the 2D nets of flattened 3D shapes and figuring out the 3-dimensional shape resulting from a folded net are the two essential skills emphasized in these handouts.
5 faces (1 square and 4 triangular) 8 edges 5 vertices Cone Ice cream cones, traffic cones and birthday hats are shaped like cones. Properties: 2 faces (1 circular at the base and 1 curved) 1...
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If you're looking for an engaging activity to help your class remember the features of common 3D shapes, this fantastic exercise will be perfect for your needs! ... properties of 3d shapes properties of 3d shapes worksheet properties of 3d shapes year 5 eulers rule 3d shapes year 6 3d shapes faces edges vertices ... check out our 3D Shape Games ...
A set of differentiated worksheets that focus on drawing 2D shapes and describing 3D objects. pages Years: teaching resource 3D Objects and Their Properties - Puzzle Match-Up Activity A set of 8 match up puzzles to use in the classroom when exploring the properties of 3D objects. pages Year: teaching resource Shape Worksheets - Foundation
Triangles, pentagons, hexagons, any shape. And a circle becomes a sphere with just one large, curved face, like a ball. Perfect for, uh, rolling. Strike! I mean...oh come on now. 3D shapes...
3D Shapes - 1st grade is a completely interactive lesson designed for first grade learners. These amazing end-of-year activities will teach your maths class how to identify and describe the properties of 3-D shapes, including the number of edges, vertices, and faces.What they will learn:To recognize and name 3d shapes.To identify 2d shapes from 3d shapes.To compare and sort common 2-D and 3-D ...