# LeaP Math G5 Week 5 Q3-converted

W5
Learning Area
Quarter
Date
Mathematics
Quarter 3
I. LESSON TITLE
V
March 29-April2,2021
Solid Figures
II. MOST ESSENTIAL LEARNING COMPETENCIES MELC No.47: Visualizes and describes solid figures. (M5GE - IIIe -25)
(MELCs)
MELC No.48: Makes models of different solid figures: cube, prism, pyramid, cylinder,
cone, and sphere using plane figures. (M5GE - IIIe -26)
III. CONTENT/CORE CONTENT
● Visualizing and describing solid figures.M5GE - IIIe -25
● Making models of different solid figures: cube, prism, pyramid, cylinder,
cone, and sphere using plane figures. M5GE - IIIe -26
Suggested
Learning Activities
Timeframe
A. Introduction
Panimula
75minutes
In this lesson you will visualize and describe solid figures and make models of different
solid figures. As a learner you are expected to:
a. Identify the different solid figures.
b. Visualize the solid figures and how to make solid figures.
c. Describe the attributes of solid figures and enjoy their functional use in their
daily life.
“Have you seen an architect? “Is architecture and
architect the same?” “What are the shapes used by the
architects to build buildings?”
There were different three-dimensional shapes around
us. There were many solid objects, can you identify one?
Most of the objects around
have three dimensions: length, width and height.
Solid figures are three-dimensional figures. A three-dimensional object has length,
width and height. Moreover, they may have faces, edges and vertices.
A face is the flat surface of a solid figure.
An edge is formed when two faces meet. An edge is a straight line
segment.
A vertex is a point where edges meet.
Solid figures are either polyhedron or non-polyhedron. A solid polyhedron if all its faces are
polygons, otherwise if it is a non-polyhedron. A polyhedron may be a prism or a pyramid. A
prism is made up of two parallel and congruent bases, which can be any polygon. The
other faces are parallelograms. A prism is named after the shape of its base. If its base is a
triangle, it is called a triangular prism. If it is a pentagon, it is called a pentagonal prism.
A pyramid has only one base, which can also be any polygon. The other faces are
triangles which meet at a common vertex. A pyramid is also named after the shape of its
base. If the base is a square, we call it a square pyramid. If the base is a triangle, we call it a
triangular pyramid. If the base is an octagon, we call it an octagonal pyramid.
Faces, Edge and Vertex of a Solid Figure
Name of Solid
Figure
Cube
Triangular Prism
Triangular
Pyramid
Square pyramid
Rectangular
prism
Sphere
Cylinder
Cone
No. of Faces
No. of Edge
No. of Vertex
6
5
4
12
9
6
8
6
4
5
6
8
12
5
8
0
3
1
0
2
1
0
0
1
Based on the previous lesson, you have identified the different solid figures. Every solid figu
re has a pattern; the images that are drawn on a paper are indeed plane figures. Let’s
try to make a net for the solid fissures:
B.
Development
40minutes
The diagram above is called net. A net is a flat pattern that, when folded and taped together
builds a solid.
Learning Task 1: Identify the solid figure for each object by matching column A to
column B. Write the letters of your answers on the space provided.
Column A
Column B
1. Box of soap
A. Cone
2. Camera stand
B. Cube
3. Christmas ornament
4. Dice
5. Domino
6. Drum
C. Cylinder
D. Pyramid
E. Rectangular Prism
F. Sphere
7. Full moon
8. Ice cream holder
9. Mt. Mayon
10. Soccer ball
Learning Task 2: Match each of the following 3-D shapes on Column A to the appropriate net
in Column B. Write the letter of the correct answer on the space provided.
C. Engagement
Pakikipagpalihan
35 minutes
Learning Task 3: Identify each solid figure. Write the answer on the space provided.
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4.
2.
5.
3.
D. Assimilation
Paglalapat
50minutes
Learning Task 5: Make models of the following solid figures using cartolina.
1. cube
2. rectangular prism
3. pyramid
4. cylinder
5. cone
V. ASSESSMENT
50 minutes
Learning Task 6: Give the number of faces, edges and vertices of the following objects and
identify the solid figure each object resembles.
(Learning Activity Sheets for
Enrichment,
Remediation
or
Assessment to be given on
Weeks 6 and 8)
VI. REFLECTION
1. ball
2. globe
3. funnel
4. test tube
5. Tent
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The learner communicates the explanation of their personal assessment as
indicated in the Learner’s Assessment Card.
The learner, in their notebook, will write their personal insights about the lesson
using the prompts below.
I understand that
.
I realize that