In geometry, we have been studying solid, 3 - dimensional, shapes.
Shapes that have three dimensions have length, width, and height.
Today Mrs. Ranney gave us toothpicks for edges and
clay to create vertices.
We started out with simple figures, like cubes, rectangular prisms, and square pyramids.
Then we explored other possibilities! See if you can find triangular, pentagonal, hexagonal, septagonal,
and octagonal prisms!
What shapes do you notice?
Describe a particular shape you see.
How many faces, edges, and
vertices does it have?
What shape are its faces?
Tell about your experience building with clay