# Shapes Essential Activities for Grade 2

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## 3D Shapes Quest Worksheet

Ask your child if they know what faces of shapes are. If they do, then you are good to go with this simple worksheet. But if they don’t, you should first explain to them that a face is a flat surface on a shape. Now, ask them what a square and a rectangle have in common. The answer is that both have four faces. In this exercise, your child’s task is to circle all the shapes that have more than 1 face, and less than 6 faces
Can your child identify and correctly name the different parts of their body? Point at some random parts, and ask them to tell you what that body part is called. Now, point at their face; could your child identify it correctly? Use this worksheet to teach your child that a “face” does not have to refer to just a part of the body. A face is also a flat surface of a solid shape; for example, the face of a square, just as shown in the picture. Now, in each row, check the solid shape that has the face shown on the left side.
In this fun worksheet, your kids must help the clever wizard count the faces. If your kids are fans of wizard movies, they are sure to enjoy this exercise. Count the faces of the 3D shapes with the wizard. After that, help your kids circle the correct number of faces for each 3D shape. Ask your kids if they can identify some of the shapes in the exercise before beginning. Then, circle the correct option that says how many faces each shape has.
A side is a straight line used to form a shape, just as pictured in the worksheet. An angle, on the other hand, is formed at the point where two sides meet, as also pictured in the exercise. Before going into this exercise, you must first make sure that your children fully understand what you have just explained. Then, help them complete the tasks in this printout. Check the birds that are holding shapes by their angles in the first exercise. In the second exercise, your kids must check the birds that are holding shapes by their sides.