Students get actual 3D shapes (sphere, cube, cone, cylinder, pyramid, rectangular prism) so they can look at them and find out how many faces they have. Also what shapes are those faces?
They record their findings on this paper and then search/brainstorm real life examples of the shape.
I used this as an introduction to a geometry unit and used their group findings from this chart, to make a class anchor chart. (Mostly to learn about "faces".)