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## 2-D and 3-D Shapes - CCSS 7.G.A.2, 7.G.A.3

 1. 3-D Building. Click Image to Enlarge Build a much larger 3-D model, including color changes.  SEE MORE 2. 3-D Grid. Click Image to Enlarge Use this blank grid to practice using the controls before trying the two activities below.  SEE MORE 3. 3-D Modeling. Click Image to Enlarge Click to duplicate the 3-D shape.  SEE MORE 4. Cross sections of 3D objects (basic). Click Image to Enlarge Practice cross sections of 3D objects. (Four questions) SEE MORE 5. Cube. Click Image to Enlarge Find out which colors will be on opposite faces of a cube whose faces are shown unfolded.  SEE MORE 6. Interactives - Geometry 3D Shapes. Click Image to Enlarge [Don't use your real name] Try a quiz of thirty-nine questions from Annenberg Media. SEE MORE 7. Plot Plans and Silhouettes. Click Image to Enlarge Your task is to come up with plot plans that would match given silhouettes.  SEE MORE 8. Pythagorean Theorem Game. Click Image to Enlarge In this Pythagorean Theorem game you will find the unknown side in a right triangle. The Pythagorean Theorem takes place in a right triangle. The longest side in a right triangle is the hypotenuse and the other two sides are the legs.  SEE MORE 9. Quick Images. Click Image to Enlarge Stretch both your visualization and drawing muscles with this shape drawing activity.  SEE MORE 10. Visualising Solid Shapes. Click Image to Enlarge 3D objects are all around us. A lot of real objects can be seen as a combination of cubes, cuboids, spheres, and comes with a bit of imagination. In addition to visualizing 3D shapes better, let's learn how we use maps to represent space.  SEE MORE

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