Year 2
Year 2

Describing and sorting 2D shapes

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Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will look at the similarities and differences between shapes and sort them.

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3 Questions

Q1.
In order for something to be symmetrical, it must be...
different on both sides of the line of symmetry
of equal length
Correct answer: the same on both sides of the line of symmetry
Q2.
Does this shape have a line of symmetry?
An image in a quiz
No
Correct answer: Yes
Q3.
Does this shape have a line of symmetry?
An image in a quiz
No
Correct answer: Yes

3 Questions

Q1.
I have four straight sides, which are of equal length. I have four vertices. What am I?
Rectangle
Rhombus
Correct answer: Square
Triangle
Q2.
I have six straight sides. I have six vertices. What am I?
Heptagon
Correct answer: Hexagon
Octagon
Pentagon
Q3.
I have 2 lines of symmetry and 4 right angles. Opposite sides are equal in length.
Parallelogram
Correct answer: Rectangle
Rhombus
Square