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- 1. 3D Shapes By Lucy and Minjoon 3D Shapes are shapes that are not just ordinary shapes but have edges, faces, and vertices. Some shapes are shaped like a ball but some other shapes are very unique. Here are a few 3D.
- 2. What is this shape?
- 3. Answer It is a cone! A cone has one face zero vertices, and zero edges. Great Job!
- 4. What is this shape?
- 5. Answer It is a pyramid! A pyramid has 5 sides 5 vertices, and 8 edges. Awesome!
- 6. What is this shape?
- 7. Answer It is a cylinder! A cylinder has 2 faces, 0 edges, and 0 vertices. Fantastic!
- 8. What is this shape?
- 9. Answer It is a cube! A cube has 6 sides, 12 edges, and 8 vertices. Good Job!
- 10. What is this shape?
- 11. Answer The answer is a rectangular prism. A rectangular prism has 6 sides, 12 edges, and 8 vertices. Then answer is the same as a square because a square is a prism. Good Job!
- 12. What is this shape?
- 13. Answer The answer is a triangular pyramid. It has 4 sides, 6 edges, and 4 vertices. The bottom face is shaped like a triangle so it is called a triangular pyramid.
- 14. What is the name of all 3D Shapes?
- 15. Answer The answer is polyhedra or polyhedras. Groovy!
- 16. Thank You! Thank You for participating in 3D Shapes by Minjoon and Lucy! You Rock!

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