# Nets of cubes

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will practise visualising the nets of cubes as 3D shapes.

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## Starter quiz

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### 3 Questions

Q1.
Is this shape a prism?
I am not sure.
Correct answer: No, it is not a prism.
Yes, it is a prism.
Q2.
Is this shape a prism?
I am not sure.
No, it is not a prism.
Correct answer: Yes, it is a prism.
Q3.
Yasmin says this is a prism because the top face and bottom face are both rectangles. Is this shape a prism?
I am not sure.
Correct answer: No, it is not a prism.
Yes, it is a prism.

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### 3 Questions

Q1.
How many faces does a cube have?
12
7
8
Q2.
Below is a net of a cube. Which face will be opposite E?
C
D
F
Q3.
Here is a net of a cube. Which side would join with N?
A different side.
D
G