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3D Shapes have never been so much fun! Building these shape nets allow students to create 3D shapes that they can engage with, making learning memorable. There are 5 different options for each of the seven 3D shapes, including an editable version for you and your students to customize.Students cut out their 3D shape nets and use tape or glue to assemble and create a concrete version that they can manipulate. 3D Shapes Included in this Resource:CubeCylinderRectangular PrismTriangular PrismPyrami

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K - 3rd

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Also included in: 2D and 3D Shapes Worksheets and Activities Printable and Digital Bundle

Students will practice finding the surface area of pyramids and the surface area of prisms with this set of task cards. Finding the surface area of nets will be fun with this colorful and easy to use geometry activity!Open the product preview to see examples of the types of problems included.This resource includes:20 nets and surface area task cardsstudent answer sheet (2 versions- one with formulas, one without)answer keycover for organizing task cards box, bag or on a ringSkills Include:nets a

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5th - 7th

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CUTE, fun & engaging 3D shape nets! Perfect for junior years classrooms but could be used in upper grades as well. The finished product looks awesome displayed in your room after and provides a reminder of the key features. These have been designed for little hands with large fold flaps, fold lines and colored glue flaps! If you are working with children who don't have good fine motor development I would recommend enlarging if you can. Also have tape available in case the gluing just isn't w

With this project, students must identify nets and 3D figures along with calculating surface area, perimeters, and volume. It is great way to practice several sixth grade standards! Students get hands-on experience working with nets, surface area, and volume. Not only is this activity engaging, but it will help create a conceptual understanding of 3D figures and their attributes. The project has 4 parts and 2 Follow Up practice worksheets. The parts can be assigned to individual students or par

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6th

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Also included in: 6th Grade Math Activities Bundle

An 8 day CCSS-Aligned Surface Area Unit - including finding the surface area of rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, rectangular pyramids, and triangular pyramids. Students will practice with both skill-based problems, real-world application questions, and error analysis to support higher level thinking skills. You can reach your students and teach the standards without all of the prep and stress of creating materials!Standards: 7.G.6; Texas Teacher? Grab the TEKS-Aligned Surface Area Unit. Pl

This pack is part of our larger 3D shape pack which includes over 50 3D shape worksheets..
This pack includes 15 printable 3D shape net templates:
Triangular prism
Rectangular prism
Cube
Square based pyramid
Cuboid
Rectangular based pyramid
Pentagonal prism
Pentagonal pyramid
Hexagonal prism
Hexagonal pyramid
Octagonal prism
Octagonal pyramid
Cone
Cylinder
Parallelepiped
If you like this pack, take a look at our 2D & 3D Shape Packs and Shape Posters Pack:
2D Shape Pack
3D Shape Pack
Shape

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K - 6th

Also included in: Shape MEGA Bundle – 130+ printables

Give your students the chance to build their own city from scratch with MATHVILLE! In this project students will go through 6 phases where you will measure, calculate, cut, color, build, paste, and use your math problem solving skills to construct the city from scratch. Students will calculate the base area, surface area and volume of 3d figures (last two are optional depending on grade level). The nets form the buildings of the city, their base area will help the students know the location of

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5th - 12th

3D Shapes! Everything you need to teach about 3D shapes is found in this illustrated tutorial booklet. From definitions and real world examples to a nets folding activity. Shapes featured are cubes, cuboids, spheres, cylinders, cones, triangular pyramids, rectangular pyramids and triangular prisms. The sections in this book are:★ Introduction to 3D Shapes★ 3D Shape Definitions⚾ 3D Shape Examples (real world)★ 3D Shape Nets★ 3D Shape Properties♣3D Shape Memory Game★ 3D Shape Posters★ 3D Shape Wo

Also included in: 2D and 3D Shape Activities and Worksheets - Megabundle Geometry Pack

Students will answer 12 questions that relate to force and motion. The questions focus on how balanced and unbalanced forces affect the motion of objects - Newton's First Law of Motion. Once finished, students will use the answers to color the corresponding parts of a fun soccer ball coloring page. Standards:Supplemental Activity for NGSS MS-PS2-2: Force and Motion / TEKS 8.6AIncluded:➤ Student Question Sheet➤ Student Coloring Page➤ Teacher KeysHow is this product useful?✔ Excellent summative as

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6th - 8th

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The best way for your students to learn about surface area is for them to experience it hands-on. This bundle starts out with a few simple pages of foldable nets. Students need experience folding in order to visualize the concept of surface area! I purposely don't include tabs used for gluing the faces together, because I believe it's more valuable for students to open and close the nets instead of spending time gluing.Next, your students can demonstrate their understanding of bases, faces, a

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5th - 7th

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In this hands-on activity, students create 3-dimensional models using nets. Students are required to identify the type of prism (cube, rectangular, triangular) and find the surface area of the prism using the net. There are 8 nets included in this activity (3 cubes, 3 rectangular prisms, and 2 triangular prisms). This activity does a great job targeting CCSS 6 GA 4. Student worksheet and answer key is included.

Looking for a fun fall art lesson? Check out our Yayoi Kusama Dot Pumpkins! With lots of pattern ideas and step-by-step infinity nets, this resource will surely make your art project a success. This lesson would be great for grades 3-5 and has many pattern ideas for your pumpkins. Plus, this lesson also has Roll & Draw game and a timeline activity that pairs well with the book "Yayoi Kusama: From Here to Infinity."With various patterns and step-by-step instructions, your kids (or you) will h

Also included in: Elementary Art Lesson Bundle

This package has 7 different 3D shape nets (made to be printed on regular sized printer paper).Included in this package are nets for the following shapes:Cube, Cone, Cylinder, Triangular Prism, Rectangular Prism, Square-based Pyramid, Triangular-based PyramidI have included two different versions of this product:• A set with a smiley face and an area for students to write in the shape's name and its number of faces, vertices, and edges. **There is also a version that uses the word corners instea

Motivate your students with these NO-PREP geometry games! Included are 10 fun and differentiated 'BUMP' games to help students practice identifying and classifying three-dimensional shapes. These games are perfect for small groups and centers, or can even be used as an informal assessment tool.When using these games, students will practice matching the names of 3D shapes to images, real-world images, nets, and to specific characteristics (number of faces, edges, and vertices).Included with this

This 2-page worksheet product is designed to introduce upper middle school and lower high school physics students to the skill of determining the net force on an object. Students accomplish this by analyzing 10 free body or force diagrams, calculating the net force on the object, determining if the forces are balanced or unbalanced, and deciding if the object will ultimately accelerate or not accelerate.Product Contents:Pages 1-2 - Drawing Free Body Diagrams:Multiple forces acting on an objectAd

Also included in: UNIT BUNDLE - Forces and Newton's Laws - Distance Learning

This is a worksheet that help students with calculating Net Force
TEK 8.6: Demonstrate and calculate how unbalanced forces change the speed or direction of an object's motion
Starting at the tree, the students must know how to calculate net forces and then be able to tell in which direction the force is moving. They will follow the arrow with the correct answer to the next problem, The students can color in the arrows and apples as they complete the worksheet or simply draw a line tha

With these no prep, easy to use worksheets, your students will calculate total surface area and lateral surface area using nets of rectangular prisms, cubes, triangular prismS, rectangular pyramids, and triangular pyramids. Great practice for independent work or homework.What's included5 Surface Area of Nets WorksheetsAnswer KeysYou may also be interested in:Surface Area of Nets Scavenger HuntSurface Area Color-by-NumberScavenger hunts for Middle School Math - Growing BundleDon't forget that lea

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6th - 7th

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Nothing but NETS of 3d shapes! From posters to TWO engaging and meaningful activities covering shapes from rectangular prisms to cylinders. Perfect segue for using nets to find surface area of an object. Here's what's all included:
IMPOSTER! A NET INVESTIGATION
Included are 36 nets that students are to carefully examine to see if they are true net (do the make the 3D shape they are supposed to). Included are answer cards, answer sheets, recording sheet, and snazzy NET DETECTIVE so your studen

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Also included in: Life Skills Reading and Writing: Work Place BUNDLE

Explore the concept of surface area by folding the nets of cubes and rectangular prisms into 3-dimensional solids. Each of the ten nets have square centimeters printed on each surface so students may quickly grasp the concept of surface area as the total number of units covered on all six surfaces. All images were drawn to scale (1 to 1) using square centimeters.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

This Surface Area Cut and Paste is a great way to show the connection between the 3d figure, the net, and the surface area. Students will calculate the surface area of rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, rectangular pyramids, triangular pyramids. This activity is great for extra practice, as a station or center, and can be used to add variety to homework or independent work. Students can be hands-on, while still applying their understanding of surface area of 3d figures. Students are able to

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5th - 7th

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Students find the area of composite figures made of rectangles and triangles in this activity that doubles as classroom décor. Some of the irregular shapes are nets (rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, square pyramids, triangular pyramids). There is no need to know surface area formulas or the formula for the area of a trapezoid to compute any of the areas. Once each pennant is complete, it can be hung on a string in your classroom to show the world that, "Hey, we know how to find surface are

Also included in: Geometry Pennants Bundle

Your students will learn and be thoroughly engaged with this 3D Shapes and their Nets with GOOGLE™ slides interactive activity. Included are 3 No Prep activities in one resource. Use all at once or one at a time. In the first activity, your students will match thirteen 3-D shapes with their nets by using Drag & Drop. Included shapes are cone, cube, cuboid, cylinder, dodecahedron, hexagonal pyramid, hexagonal prism, icosahedron, octahedron, pentagonal pyramid, square pyramid, tetrahedron,

Let students cut, fold and glue solid shapes with these fun printables. Includes both basic outline versions and illustrated real life object versions (color + outline).Original high quality vector artwork.Total of 41 color and blackline pages.Great hands-on activity for geometry to really understand 2D-3D relationships. Let kids draw a real life object on the shapes before assembling to get them to think ahead. Then let them draw an image of the shapes after folding to experience how a 3D shape

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K - 12th

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