A flipbook that can be printed and used in Interactive Math Notebook to draw and describe the attributes of 3-D shapes.
This version of the book that has sections for labeling the attributes such as the vertices, faces, edges, and a description tally chart of the faces.
Many worksheets and tests do not display the entire figure, leaving children guessing at what they cannot see. If students are properly taught to draw the shapes from an early age, the develop a strong foundational sense of spatial reasoning. My students LOVE learning how to draw shapes like an artist.
This book includes these 3-D shapes:
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It can be modified for higher grade levels, and tailored for each state's specific standard. I have taught math for grades 2-5 over the past 10 years, so I am familiar with these standards as well.