It’s all about prisms. They are solid shapes that are the same shape and size all the way down. Well, that’s the easy way to describe them!
Children have to recognise, know and describe the properties of some pretty tricky 3D shapes, including, spheres, cuboids and pyramids.
More about 2D shapes in this set of worksheets, especially quadrilaterals.
It can be great fun moving shapes around and joining them to make other shapes, so why not try one of the investigations on these 2D shape worksheets.
More shape work. This time making patterns with rectangles and triangles and investigating patterns using hexagons.
It would be a great idea to have a set of cubes which link together to help with these pages.
How many letters of the alphabet have a line of symmetry? Make fantastic patterns using rotational symmetry as well as other symmetry activities.
An introduction to co-ordinates as a way of describing the position of objects on grids and maps.
Angle is a measure of turn. Compass points, clockwise and anticlockwise turns and right angles all come into this set of worksheets.