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Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will revise our knowledge of 2D and 3D shapes. This will include describing 2D and 3D shapes, lines of symmetry and the new vocabulary we have encountered in relation to these areas.

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4 Questions

Q1.
True or false - this line shows symmetry?
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False
Correct answer: True
Q2.
How many lines of symmetry does this shape have?
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1
Correct answer: 2
3
4
Q3.
Which of these shapes has one line of symmetry?
Option 1
Correct answer: Option 2
Option 3
Q4.
2 ways of checking for symmetry are...
colouring it in and folding it
colouring it in and using a mirror
Correct answer: folding it and using a mirror
making it bigger and using a mirror

5 Questions

Q1.
Which of these is a 2-D shape?
cone
cube
cyclinder
Correct answer: triangle
Q2.
Tick 3 properties which describe this shape...
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Correct answer: 4 right angles
Correct answer: Parallel lines
Correct answer: Quadrilateral
Triangular pyramid
Q3.
Which 3-D shape contains only 2 triangle faces?
cube
cuboid
square-based pyramid
Correct answer: triangular prism
Q4.
All of these shapes have lines of symmetry, true or false?
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False
Correct answer: True
Q5.
What shape am I? I am a 3-D shape with 6 square-shaped faces?
cone
Correct answer: cube
cuboid
cyclinder