Name: ___________________

Date:___________________

kwizNET Subscribers, please login to turn off the Ads!
Email us to get an instant 20% discount on highly effective K-12 Math & English kwizNET Programs!

Grade 1 - Mathematics
5.4 Solid Shapes (3 Dimensional)

Three dimensional:
  • Sphere: A shape that is exactly like a ball.
  • Cube: A shape that has a square base and top like a box.
  • Cylinder: A shape that is like a pipe or a straw.
  • Cone: A shape that basically has triangular shape on the top ad the base is circular like a clown's cap.

Directions: Answer the following questions. Draw at least five examples of three dimensional figures and name them.
Q 1: A sphere looks most like which object?
glass
ball
clock
eraser

Q 2: What shape has two circle faces?
sphere
cylinder
cube

Q 3: A triangular prism has ______ edges.
6
3
9
4

Q 4: What shape is a basketball?
cone
sphere
oval

Q 5: What solid does a box of Kleenex look most like?
triangular prism
rectangular prism
tetrahedron
sphere

Q 6: A cylinder looks the most like which object?
can
ball
block

Q 7: A soda can looks most like a ______.
cylinder
square
cone

Q 8: What shape has a square at the bottom and a point at the top?
cone
rectangular prism
pyramid

Question 9: This question is available to subscribers only!

Question 10: This question is available to subscribers only!


Subscription to kwizNET Learning System costs less than $1 per month & offers the following benefits:

  • Unrestricted access to grade appropriate lessons, quizzes, & printable worksheets
  • Instant scoring of online quizzes
  • Progress tracking and award certificates to keep your student motivated
  • Unlimited practice with auto-generated 'WIZ MATH' quizzes
  • Child-friendly website with no advertisements


© 2003-2007 kwizNET Learning System LLC. All rights reserved. This material may not be reproduced, displayed, modified or distributed without the express prior written permission of the copyright holder. For permission, contact info@kwizNET.com
For unlimited printable worksheets & more, go to http://www.kwizNET.com.