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Edges, faces, vertices of prisms, nets of cuboids and making 3D shapes are just some of the activities in this set of worksheets.
Identifying 3D shapes including hexagonal prisms and tetrahedrons: quite difficult words for many children.
Identifying 2D shapes including isosceles triangles and heptagons. Also introducing concave and convex shapes and more sorting shapes using Venn and Carroll diagrams.
Classifying 4-sided shapes according to their properties.
Angle is a measure of turn: a right angle is a quarter turn. Plenty of turning in this set of angle worksheets!
Recognising acute, obtuse and right angles.
In one hour the hour hand of a clock turns 30 degrees. Knowing this means that the
questions on these pages are quite straightforward.
An acute angle is greater than zero degrees and less than 90 degrees. An obtuse angle is greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees.
Recognising equilateral, isosceles and scalene triangles.
Finding the largest or smallest angle in a shape or on a straight line.
Drawing shapes with certain properties.
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