Shapes Matchup Worksheet

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3D shapes offer a different view to the regular shapes your child is used to seeing and drawing by now. For example, a square shape is in 2D, and its 3D form is a cube. A pyramid is in 3D, and its 2D form is a prism. First explain this to your kids; that 3D shapes are the view from another angle, giving the shape depth, height, and width. In this simple worksheet, your child will circle the flat shapes that match the 3D shapes pictured in the printout.

Required skills:
Students should know how to identify different 3D shapes such as cubes, pyramids, spheres, cones, etc. They should also understand the concept of 2D and 3D shapes and how they differ. To complete the worksheet, they will need to match the 2D shapes with their corresponding 3D shapes.