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Revision as of 17:33, 19 June 2020

3D Shapes are super exciting for students! They are always easy to take an interest in these shapes and think of examples of shapes in everyday real life.

The anchor chart will be helpful in getting their minds started as they are reminded of everyday shapes and practicing the logical thinking ability and Visual-Spatial Intelligence.

Let’s begin our 3D shapes in math by recalling what we have already known about 3D solids to help us fill into anchor chart on myViewBoard Original Content -3D Shapes Anchor Chart.


  1. Watch the Video-assisted Learning
  2. Solids are all around us. Drag the corresponding objects into the boxes under matching shapes.
  3. Throw the pictures to the Canvas under matching shapes.

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