3D SHAPES Cylinders look like soda cans. NAME: They have two circular bases They’re the shape of pots and pans. that are congruent and parallel faces. DATE: You see cones in construction zones or when you’re eating ice cream cones. All points of their circular base meet at WATCH VIDEO the same point, like a party hat! These are all three-dimensional shapes. They all have a base and take up space. Pyramids are what the ancient Egyptians made; the Mayans and the Aztecs did the same. They’re made with a polygon at the base and triangular faces that meet in one place. Some prisms are rectangular like a room. Some prisms are triangular like a roof. Polygons with edges joining at the vertices make a prism, as you can see! These are all three-dimensional shapes. They all have a base and take up space. There’s one special three-dimensional shape. They’re called spheres, like the planets in outer space. On spheres, there’s no base to be found, because every sphere is perfectly round! Logo www.numberock.com 3D SHAPES NAME: look like soda cans. They’re the shape of pots and pans. They have two circular that are and faces. You see in construction zones DATE: or when you’re eating ice cream cones. All points of their circular the same meet at , like a party hat! These are all three-dimensional shapes. They all have a and take up . are what the ancient Egyptians made; the Mayans and the Aztecs did the same. They’re made with a at the base and triangular Some that meet in one place. are rectangular like a room. Some prisms are triangular like a roof. with joining at the make a prism, as you can see! These are all three-dimensional shapes They all have a and take up . There’s one special three-dimensional shape. They’re called like the planets in outer space. On spheres, there’s no to be found, because every sphere is perfectly round! Logo www.numberock.com 3D SHAPES NAME: DATE: 1) Draw a line to connect the words to their matching attributes: No base Cylinder 2 circular bases Cone Triangular faces meet at a point Sphere Circular base whose edges meet at a point Pyramid 2 polygons with edges connecting at the vertices Prism 2) Matching: Write the correct letter below for each image: a) Pyramids b) Sphere c) Cone d) Cylinder Logo www.numberock.com e) Triangular Prism 3D SHAPES 3) Label each of the parts of the rectangular prism as either the base, a face, a vertex, or an edge: NAME: DATE: 4) Describe where you might see each kind of 3-dimensional shape in your daily lives: Cylinder Prism Cone Sphere Pyramid Logo www.numberock.com 3D SHAPES Fill in the blanks with the matching term from the word bank: WORD BANK NAME: DATE: Sphere 1) A Prism Cylinder Pyramid Cone has no base and is perfectly round. 2) Two circular bases are the primary characteristic of a . 3) A shape with triangular faces that meet at a point and have a polygon at the base is called a 4) . is a shape with a circular base whose edges meet at a point. 5) A shape with 2 polygons with edges that connect at the vertices is called a . Logo www.numberock.com 3D SHAPES Fill in the blanks with the matching term from the word bank: WORD BANK NAME: DATE: Sphere 1) A Prism Cylinder Pyramid Cone has no base and is perfectly round. 2) Two circular bases are the primary characteristic of a 3) A shape with triangular faces that meet at a point and have a polygon at the base is called a 4) . is a shape with a circular base whose edges meet at a point. 5) A shape with 2 polygons with edges that connect at the vertices is called a www.numberock.com . Logo . 3D SHAPES DRILLS In the space provided, draw the following 3-dimensional shapes using the pictures provided as a reference: 1) Cylinder 2) Cone 3) Pyramid 4) Rectangular Prism 5) Triangular Prism 6) Sphere NAME: DATE: Logo www.numberock.com 3D SHAPES 1) Matching: Write the correct name for each image: Word Bank HOMEWORK NAME: Pyramids Cone Sphere Cylinder Triangular Prism Rectangular Prism DATE: a) d) b) e) c) f) 2) In your own words, describe what it means for a shape to have three-dimensions. _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ 3) Which three dimensional shape has no base? _____________________ 4) The soda can, chef’s hat, and pan on the right are all examples of these: _____________________ Logo www.numberock.com 3D SHAPES LESSON PLAN OBJECTIVE: Students will be able to classify three-dimensional shapes by their properties. MATERIALS: pencils, copies of lesson materials DURATION: fifty to fifty-five minutes 1. Direct Instruction: Pass out the lyric sheets for students who want to read along with the song, and play the music video on the TV or SMART Board. (5 minutes) 2. Think-Pair-Share: Collect the lyric sheets, and have the students complete the cloze from memory, checking their answers in pairs and correcting their clozes. Have the pairs share their findings with the class. Play the video a second time for students as they follow along with their completed cloze. (10 minutes) 3. Class Discussion: Present the anchor chart on the smartboard or overhead projector, and have a short class discussion reviewing the content. (5 minutes) 4. Guided Practice: Model solving the first two problems on the chalk board/ overhead/SMART board. (5 minutes) 5. Independent Practice: Have the students finish the rest of the first page of the worksheet independently. During this time, walk around the class to help struggling students. (5-10 minutes) 6. Group Work: Place students in groups of three or four in the order that they finish the worksheet. Have the groups complete the second side of the worksheet. Differentiation: Hand out the drills sheet for early finishers. (15 minutes) 7. Assessment and Follow-Up: Pass out the exit slip and have the students complete them individually. Use the results from the exit slip for small group instruction as time allows. (5 minutes) 8. Homework: Drills page (if not previously completed) and homework page. EXTENSION ACTIVITY: Play Slide & Climb Logo www.numberock.com 3D SHAPES PAGE 2 ANSWER KEY cylinders, bases, congruent, parallel, cones, base, point base, space pyramids, polygon, faces, prisms, polygons, edges, vertice, base, space, spheres, base PAGE 3 1) Cylinder - 2 circular bases, Cone - Circular base whose edges meet at a point, Sphere - No base, Pyramid Triangular faces meet at a point, Prism - 2 polygons with edges connecting at the vertices 2) (in order left to right and top to bottom) B, D, E, C, A. PAGE 4 3) (in clockwise order starting from top) vertex, face, base, edge 4) Answers will vary. PAGE 5 (EXIT SLIP) 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Sphere Cylinder Pyramid Cone Prism PAGE 6 -Answers will vary PAGE 7 1) a) Triangular Prism d) Pyramid b) Cylinder c) Sphere e) Cone f) Rectangular Prism 2) Answer should include that 3D shapes take up space and have a height, width [or depth], and length. Answer could also include that most have a base and at least one vertex. 3) Sphere www.numberock.com 4) Cylinders Logo thank you From Ben and Lexi @NUMBEROCK If you liked the lesson you just taught, you may also be interested in saving over 60% off of indivudaul lessons buy getting the whole NUMBEROCK Digital Library! LEARN MORE! - 40+ Math Concept Videos (100+ Min of Animation) - 40+ Games - 400+ Pages of Worksheets, Quizzes, and Activities - 40+ Anchor Charts and Printable Posters - 40+ CD Quality Song MP3s & MORE! CLICK HERE to get it at the current sale price of 49.95 1̶2̶9̶.̶9̶5̶ Logo www.numberock.com