# Into Math Grade 1 Module 14 Lesson 1 Answer Key Describe and Draw Three-Dimensional Shapes

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## HMH Into Math Grade 1 Module 14 Lesson 1 Answer Key Describe and Draw Three-Dimensional Shapes

I Can describe, build, and draw three-dimensional shapes. How can you sort the shapes?  Explanation:
I sorted the three-dimensional shapes into three groups
Only curved shapes, only flat shapes and both flat and curved shapes.
Provide pairs of children with three-dimensional shapes. Have children sort the shapes into groups in a way that can help them identify the shapes. Then have children discuss and compare how they sorted.

Build Understanding

Nora wants to know more about the shape of this object.

A. Trace the rectangular prism below. How can you describe and draw the shape by the surfaces it has?   Explanation:
I traced the rectangular prism
It has 6 flat surfaces, the top and base of a rectangular prism are rectangle.

B. Trace the cube below. How is a cube different from a rectangular prism?   Explanation:
I traced a cube
It has 6 flat surfaces, all the flat surfaces are square shape.

Megan draws some shapes. Each shape has a curved surface.

A. Trace to complete her shapes. Then write the name of each shape.   Explanation:
I traced and named each shape
They are cylinder, cone and sphere.

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A sphere has only a curved surface, a cone has a curved surface and a flat surface and a cylinder has a curved surface and 2 flat surfaces.

Turn and Talk Does the size or color of a shape help you know the name of the shape? Explain.

Build Understanding
Kahil builds a rectangular prism with clay. Each flat surface is the same shape and size.

cone
cube
cylinder
sphere
rectangular prism  Explanation:
A cube has flat surfaces with same shape and size
So, i circled and wrote the name of the shape ‘cube’.

Jana builds a clay shape.
It only has a curved surface.  Explanation:
The shape that has only curved surface is a circle
Name of the shape is a sphere.

Check Understanding Math Board

Question 1.
Bo sees a shape with only I flat surface and a curved surface. Circle the shape. Name the shape. ________________________ Explanation:
The shape with 1 flat surface and 1 curved surface is a cone
So, I drew a circle around a cone.

cone
cube
cylinder
sphere
rectangular prism

Question 2.
Dana has one of these shapes. It has 2 flat surfaces and a curved surface. Circle the shape. ________________________ Explanation:
A shape that has 2 flat surfaces and a curved surface is a cylinder
So, i drew a circle around a cylinder.

Question 3.
Sean draws a shape. It has 6 flat surfaces. Each surface is the same shape and size. Trace the shape. Name the shape. ________________________ Explanation:
A shape that has each surface in same shape and size is a cube
I traced and wrote the name of the shape
It is a cube.

Question 4.
Construct Arguments Explain why each shape is a rectangular prism. ________________________
The above shapes have 6 faces and the top and bottom of the shape are rectangular
So, each shape above is a rectangular prism.

Question 5.
Mrs. Cole is a city planner. She uses shapes to build a model city. Color each shape in the city that has no curved surfaces.  Explanation:
Mrs. Cole is a city planner
She uses shapes to build a model city
A cube and a rectangular prism are the shapes that has no curved surfaces
So, I colored the cube and rectangular prism in the building model.

Question 6.
Alex uses shapes to make a sculpture. He hangs the shapes from string. Circle the sphere. Describe its surfaces.  Explanation:
Alex uses shapes to make a sculpture
He hangs the shapes from string
I drew a circle around the sphere
A sphere is a shape that has only curved surface.

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