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 by Muaz HAMAD teacher: Edwin dela Torre

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Shapes We learned today about 2-d shapes and 3-d shapes Most of the 2-d shapes are squares,rectangles and circles trapezoids and triangles too. The 3-d shapes I learned are cubes,rectangular prisms,pyramids and baseballs. Spheres are 3-d shapes because they look forward,backward,up,down, and left and right. Pyramids are 3-d shapes because they go up, down, left, right back,and front.

I saw trapezoids in real life they are quadrilaterials and have 4 sides. I saw a cube like a box is shaped as a cube. Spheres are circles but are not flat they are 3-d shapes. Circles are really flat and when you make it straight the height is very little and thin. Rectangles have 2 opposite parrallel sides rectangles with four same parrallel sides these are special rectangles they are called squares.

Article posted January 17, 2012 at 09:35 AM • comment • Reads 132 • see all articles