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Alice Taylor

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What 3D shapes can you make?

See what you can use around your house to make some different 3D shapes. Attached are some ideas for you to try: - spaghetti with marshmallow corners - sticks with blu tac or playdoh corners - straws with blu tac or playdoh corners - pipe cleaners - lolly sticks - construction materials On page 2, tap photo and mic to upload photos and tell us about the 3D shapes you have made. Or tap video to record a video and tell us about your shapes- how many edges does it have? How many faces does it have? How many vertices? Does it have any parallel lines? What 2D shapes make up the faces of your 3D shape? We can't wait to see what you have made.

1st Grade, Math
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