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Identify the 3D shape.
The 3D shape is a rectangular prism.
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Identify the 3D shape.
The 3D shape is a triangular prism.
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Identify the 3D shape.
The 3D shape is a cuboid.
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Identify the 3D shape.
The 3D shape is a cone.
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Identify the 3D shape.
The 3D shape is a pyramid.
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Identify the 3D shape.
The 3D shape is a cylinder.
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Identify the 3D shape.
The 3D shape is a cube.
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Identify the 3D shape.
The 3D shape is a sphere.
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What is the difference between 2D and 3D shapes?
2D shapes have two dimensions e.g. length and width, but 3D shapes have three dimensions e.g. length, width, and height. 2D shapes are flat, but in 3D, you can travel up and down into space.
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What are the six directions in which you can you travel in 3D?
You can travel right, left, forwards, backwards, up, and down.
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What is the definition of a 3D shape?
Any shape that takes up space and has three dimensions of height, length, and width.
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Flashcard Content Overview

We live in a 3D world. Everything around you is 3D. A 3D shape is something you can touch that takes up air space. This flashcard set will cover the different 3D shapes you find in the world around you. You will practice identifying different prisms, cubes, cylinders, tetrahedrons, pyramids, and more.

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What is the definition of a 3D shape?
Any shape that takes up space and has three dimensions of height, length, and width.
What are the six directions in which you can you travel in 3D?
You can travel right, left, forwards, backwards, up, and down.
What is the difference between 2D and 3D shapes?
2D shapes have two dimensions e.g. length and width, but 3D shapes have three dimensions e.g. length, width, and height. 2D shapes are flat, but in 3D, you can travel up and down into space.
Identify the 3D shape.
The 3D shape is a sphere.
Identify the 3D shape.
The 3D shape is a cube.
Identify the 3D shape.
The 3D shape is a cylinder.
Identify the 3D shape.
The 3D shape is a pyramid.
Identify the 3D shape.
The 3D shape is a cone.
Identify the 3D shape.
The 3D shape is a cuboid.
Identify the 3D shape.
The 3D shape is a triangular prism.
Identify the 3D shape.
The 3D shape is a rectangular prism.
Identify the 3D shape.
The 3D shape is a octahedron.
Identify the 3D shape.
The 3D shape is a dodecahedron.
Identify the 3D shape.
The 3D shape is a tetrahedron.
Identify the 3D shape.
The 3D shape is an octagonal pyramid.
Identify the 3D shape.
The 3D shape is a hexagonal prism.
What is the definition of a prism?
A prism is a 3D shape with parallel sides, and both the top and bottom base are the same shape.
What is the definition of a face in geometry?
A face is any flat side of a 3D shape.
How many faces does a cube have and what 2D shape are they?
A cube has six faces and they are squares.
How many faces does a rectangular prism have and what 2D shape are they?
A rectangular prism has six faces. Two faces are squares and four faces are rectangles.
How many faces does a sphere have?
A sphere does not have any faces because it does not have any flat surfaces.
What part of a prism gives it its name?
The base of the prism, or the side that is on a flat surface.

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