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Grade 1 - Mathematics
5.3 Flat Shapes (2 Dimensional)

There are many shapes that we see around us in our daily lives.

Two dimensional:
  • Circle : A shape which is exactly round.
  • Triangle: A shape that has 3 sides.
  • Square : A shape that has 4 sides.
  • Rectangle: A shape that has 4 sides.
  • Pentagon: A shape that has 5 sides.
  • Hexagon : A shape that has 6 sides.

Directions: Answer the following questions. Also draw all the two dimensional shapes and name them.
Q 1: A rectangle has ___ sides.
two
six
four

Q 2: A triangle has ___ sides.
six
three
four

Q 3: Which answer does NOT describe a circle?
It has zero sides.
It is round.
It has four corners.

Q 4: All circles are ___.
pointy
round
big

Q 5: The sides of a square are all ___.
short
long
equal

Q 6: A rectangle is most like a square because they both ___.
have four sides
are round
are alive

Q 7: A circle has ___ sides.
three
four
zero

Q 8: Which answer does NOT describe a triangle?
It has three points.
It can roll.
It has three sides.

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