2D SHAPES

In 3/4B we have been investigating 2D shapes. 

We worked in groups and made posters about our shape. 

We learnt about faces, corners, vertices, angles, polygons, regular and irregular shapes and much more.

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Blake, Owen and Scott researched hexagons.

Did you know that inside of a beehive are little hexagon shapes!

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Akilesh and Maurice investigated an octagon.

Did you know that umbrellas are in the shape of an octagon!

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Matilda, Tatiana and Darci learnt about heptagons.

A heptagon has a Latin prefix – hepta meaning 7 and the Greek suffix gon meaning angle!

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Kobey and Kayden investigate squares.

4 edges, 4 points, 4 angles and is a polygon, amazing!

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Jake, Ky, Jack and Mac researched a pentagon.

A pentagon is a five sided shape.  Did you know there is a building in America called the Pentagon because it is shaped like a pentagon!

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Carla, Jessie and Matthew learnt about nonagons.

Nonagons have 9 sides and can be regular or irregular!

 

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Lilly, Cassidy and Grace discovered information on decagons.

A decagon has 10 sides, 10 corners, 10 edges and 10 angles!

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Chinta, Hope, Emma and Mellony learnt about the triangle.

Tri from the start of the word means three and angle the other part means the side, three sided polygon.