Today can you identify 2D shapes on the faces of 3D shapes?
What 2D and 3D shapes can you remember? What is the difference between 2D and 3D shapes?
3D shapes have 2D shape faces. E.g. a cube is made up of 6 square faces.
Activity: Have a go at finding some 2D shapes on the face of 3D shapes. Go on a shape hunt to help you! Remember, I’ve found a circle on the face of the clock. I’ve also found a rectangle on the face of my TV. What can you find? Show 3D shape nets document if struggling.
Challenge: Explore shapes revision powerpoint.