2D Shape Flashcards

2D Shape Flashcards
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Name this 2D shape.
Star
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Name this 2D shape.
Octagon
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Pentagon
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Hexagon
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Circle
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Rectangle
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Triangle
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Square
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Circle -

flat, 2-dimensional shape

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Name this 2D shape.

Rectangle -

four-sided shape with four right angles

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Name this 2D shape.

Triangle -

three straight lines and three angles

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a plane
a flat surface - a plane can be a piece of paper, a canvas, or a wall. Any flat surface is a plane.
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1D means 1-dimensional

Any line is 1D

(1-dimensional).

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2D Shape
flat, 2-dimensional shape
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2D
2-dimensional
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Name this 2D Shape.

Square -

flat, 2-dimensional shape; all sides are equal

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Flashcard Content Overview

This flashcard set contains a variety of 2D (2-dimensional) shapes. Each card includes the name and image, and some cards have a brief description on the back (when applicable). This set also contains cards to test your knowledge in identifying 2D shapes.

List of 2D Shapes included in this set

  • Square
  • Triangle
  • Rectangle
  • Circle
  • Hexagon
  • Pentagon
  • Octagon
  • Star
  • Heart
  • Crescent
  • Clover
  • Diamond
  • Septagon (Heptagon)
  • Nonagon
  • Decagon
  • Oval
  • Parallelograms
  • Trapezoid
  • Polygons

Additional terms included:

  • 2D
  • 2D Shape
  • 1D
  • Plane

Additional Study

To learn more about 2D shapes, please refer to the following lesson:

2-D Shapes: Lesson for Kids

https://study.com/academy/lesson/2-d-shapes-lesson-for-kids.html

To learn more about Parallelograms, please refer to the following lesson:

Parallelogram Lesson for Kids

https://study.com/academy/lesson/parallelogram-lesson-for-kids.html

To learn more about Polygons, please refer to the following lesson:

Polygon Shapes: Lesson for Kids

https://study.com/academy/lesson/polygon-shapes-lesson-for-kids.html

Front
Back
Name this 2D Shape.

Square -

flat, 2-dimensional shape; all sides are equal

2D
2-dimensional
2D Shape
flat, 2-dimensional shape
1D means 1-dimensional

Any line is 1D

(1-dimensional).

a plane
a flat surface - a plane can be a piece of paper, a canvas, or a wall. Any flat surface is a plane.
Name this 2D shape.

Triangle -

three straight lines and three angles

Name this 2D shape.

Rectangle -

four-sided shape with four right angles

Name this 2D shape.

Circle -

flat, 2-dimensional shape

Name this 2D shape.
Square
Name this 2D shape.
Triangle
Name this 2D shape.
Rectangle
Name this 2D shape.
Circle
Name this 2D shape.
Hexagon
Name this 2D shape.
Pentagon
Name this 2D shape.
Octagon
Name this 2D shape.
Star
Name this 2D shape.
Heart
Name this 2D shape.
Crescent
Name this 2D shape.
Clover
Name this 2D shape.
Diamond
Name this 2D shape.

Septagon

(also known as Heptagon)

Name this 2D shape.
Nonagon
Name this 2D shape.
Decagon
Name this 2D shape.
Oval
Name this group of 2D shapes.

Parallelograms -

2D shapes with four sides and all opposite sides are parallel

Name this 2D shape.
Trapezoid
Plane
A flat surface
State the definition of 2-dimenstional (2D) shapes.
Any flat shape that has two dimensions
Choose A or B.
B. Square
Name the four 2D shapes in the picture.
Square, Triangle, Rectangle, Circle
Identify the shape in the image that is a 2D shape.
The answer is B. Triangle.
Name this group of shapes.

Polygons -

2D figures or shapes with three or more sides, with no curves

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