3-D Figures

Today, in Math, we began to learn about 3-D Figures. We started by describing the difference between 2-D and 3-D shapes. 

  
To start our unit, we had to learn some important terms to help us describe the characteristics of 3-D Figures. Students learned these terms and then applied their knowledge by identifying how many faces, edges and vertices are on a cube.

  
Then, we found examples of cubes in our classroom.

   
 

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