2.
OBJECTIVE
To describe properties of solid ﬁgures and name the
faces that make up solid ﬁgures.
Standards: MG 2.0, MG 2.5
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3.
VOCABULARY
Face - A ﬂat surface of a solid ﬁgure.
Standards: MG 2.0, MG 2.5
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4.
VOCABULARY
Vertex - a corner where three or more edges of a solid
ﬁgure meet.
Standards: MG 2.0, MG 2.5
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5.
VOCABULARY
Edge - the line segment formed where two faces of a
solid ﬁgure meet.
Standards: MG 2.0, MG 2.5
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6.
SOLID FIGURES
Name Faces Edges
Cube 6 12
6 squares
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7.
SOLID FIGURES
Name Faces Edges
Rectangular
Prism 6 12
2 squares, 4 rectangles
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SOLID FIGURES
Name Faces Edges
Square
Pyramid 5 8
1square, 4 triangles
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SOLID FIGURES
Name Faces Edges
Cylinder 2 2
2 circles, 1 rectangle
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SOLID FIGURES
Name Faces Edges
Cone 1 1
1 circles, 1 rectangle
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11.
SOLID FIGURES
Name Faces Edges
Sphere 0 0
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12.
SOLID FIGURES
Activity
Materials: Solid Figures, Large Paper, Crayons
Steps: Traces the faces of several solid ﬁgures.
Then name up the faces that make up each solid
ﬁgure.
Names and # of
Name Faces Faces
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SOLID FIGURE
Practice:
Which ﬁgure goes with the faces.
1.
2.
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14.
SOLID FIGURE
Practice: Identify the solid ﬁgures below.
1. 2. 3.
4.
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15.
SOLID FIGURES
Try it on your own. PW
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16.
COMBINE SOLID
FIGURES
21.2
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17.
OBJECTIVE
To identify solid ﬁgures within complex solid objects.
Standard MG 2.5, MG 2.6
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18.
COMBINE SOLID FIGURES
When you know how to identify solid ﬁgures, you’ll
notice them in objects around you.
How is a cube different from a square?
If you were building a model of a rocket from solid
ﬁgures, what two ﬁgures might you use?
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19.
LINE SEGMENTS AND
ANGLES
21.3
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20.
OBJECTIVE
To identify lines, line segments and rays and to classify
angles as greater than or less than a right angle.
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21.
VOCABULARY
Line - a straight path
extending in both
directions with no
endpoints.
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22.
VOCABULARY
point - an exact position or location.
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VOCABULARY
Line Segment - part
of a line between two
end points.
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VOCABULARY
Ray - a part of a line that
begins at one endpoints and
continues in one direction.
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25.
VOCABULARY
Angle - a ﬁgure formed by two rays with the same endpoint.
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26.
VOCABULARY
Right Angle - a special angle that forms a square corner.
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27.
LINE SEGMENTS
1. What ﬁgure is drawn?
2. How many sides does the
ﬁgure have?
3. Home many line segments?
How are the lines and line
segments alike?
How are they different?
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28.
ANGLES
Some angles are less than a right angle.
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29.
ANGLES
Some angles are greater than a right angle.
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