40 slides. Explores 2 dimentional shapes (squares, rectangles, circles and triangles) as well as 3 dimensional objects, sphere and cubes. Includes patterns. Interactive PowerPoint Think Bubble Math 003
4 pp. Identify 2 dimensional shapes as well as 3D cubes and spheres. Also includes patterns with shapes. Use with [PowerPoint TBM003]
42 slides. Explores 2 dimensional shapes; introduces oval, kites and diamonds; as well as 3 dimensional objects spheres, cubes, cylinders and cones. Interactive PowerPoint Think Bubble Math 108
6 pp. Identify 2 dimensional shapes as well as 3D shapes. Use with [PowerPoint TBM108]
50 slides. Finding the perimeter and area of shapes including rectangles, triangles and irregular shapes. Introduces simple formulas based on thinking logically about the measures being worked out. Interactive PowerPoint Think Bubble Math 607
5 pp. Find the perimeter and area of shapes. Use with ‘Perimeter and Area of Irregular Shapes’ [PowerPoint TBM607]
43 slides. 3D shapes. Nets, surface area and volume are calculated. Interactive PowerPoint Think Bubble Math 608
3 pp. 3D shapes template sheets. Use with “3D Nets, Volume and Surface Area” [PowerPoint TBM608]
PDF file showing how to use Microsoft PowerPoint to draw 2D shapes for your own resources.
PowerPoint file: Presentation to teach your students to use its features to draw 2D shapes. Load it on your computer and teach your students advanced PowerPoint skills.
Game: Child puts hand into a bag to describe features of an unseen object to class. Students guess the shape from the description.
Activity: Painting and printing solid shapes to discover the faces of a 3D solid shape.
(2 pages) Activity: Painting and printing solid shapes to discover all the features of a 3D solid shape: vertices (corners), edges and faces.
(4 pages) Printable solid shapes in various versions to create learning activities.
Identify, name and label solid shapes
Encourages students to find unique nets for a cube. There are multiple nets for a cube. Identify and draw them all.
Find the nets that create a cube from those given. All 11 possible nets are included on the page.
Create your own cube using net A.
Create your own cube using net B.
Cone nets can be quite different from each other yet can accurately create cones.
Identify the net that is not a net for the solid shape. Includes nets for cones, cubes, rectangular prisms and pyramids.