Math Kindergarten Quiz Identify shapes as twodimensional (lying in a plane, “flat”) or threedimensional (“solid”)K.G.A.3
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.K.G.A.3 In this standard, students are expected to differentiate between twodimensional (2D) and threedimensional (3D) shapes. Twodimensional shapes are flat and lie in a plane, like a drawing on a piece of paper. Examples include squares, circles, and triangles. Threedimensional shapes, on the other hand, are solid and have depth, such as cubes, spheres, and cones. Recognizing the difference between these types of shapes helps students better understand the world around them and lays the foundation for more advanced geometry concepts.
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What kind of shape is a basketball?
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Which shape has a surface but no depth and can be drawn on paper without looking 3D?
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What kind of shape is a drawing of a square on a chalkboard?
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Which of the following is a “solid” shape?
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If you have a model of a house that you can hold in your hands and it has length, width, and height, what kind of shape is it?
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Which of the following can be perfectly represented on a flat piece of paper without any 3D effects?
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What kind of shape is a computer monitor screen displaying a triangle?
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Which shape can you not fold or turn to see its other sides because it’s flat?
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What kind of shape is a cardboard box?
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Which of the following is a flat shape that lies in a plane?
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