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Grade 3 - Mathematics
8.15 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: What shape has a square at the bottom and a point at the top?
cone
rectangular prism
pyramid

Q 2: A soda can looks most like a ______.
cone
square
cylinder

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

Q 4: What solid does a box of Kleenex look most like?
rectangular prism
sphere
triangular prism
tetrahedron

Q 5: A sphere looks most like which object?
eraser
ball
clock
glass

Q 6: A ball looks most like a ______.
cone
pyramid
sphere

Q 7: What shape has two circle faces?
sphere
cube
cylinder

Q 8: A rectangular prism has _______ faces.
4
8
6

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