# Into Math Kindergarten Module 14 Answer Key Analyze and Compare Three-Dimensional Shapes

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## HMH Into Math Kindergarten Module 14 Answer Key Analyze and Compare Three-Dimensional Shapes

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Learning Mindset Try Again Collects and Tries Multiple Strategies Compare Shapes Look at each group of shapes. Mark an X on the shape that does not look like the others in each group. Explanation:
In the first group there are rectangles except the triangle
In the second group there are all triangles except the square
In the third group there are all squares except the sphere.

Sort by Kind

Question 1.  Explanation:
There are 4 shapes in green color they are cube, cube sphere and cylinder
And a cone in yellow color and cylinder in orange.

Sort by Size

Question 2.  Explanation:
The first three are in large size and the last one is in small size
so, crossed the small one.

1. Circle the shapes that are the same color. 2. Mark an X on the shape that does not belong.

Lesson 1 Identify and Describe Spheres Listen to the story. Talk about the shapes you see in the picture. Mark an X on Lauren’s gift. Lauren receives a gift. The item is solid and round with a curved surface. Explanation:
In the above gifts that are on the table
Lauren receives a gift. The item is solid and round with a curved surface.
That is a sphere

Build Understanding

Question 1.  Explanation:
There are 2 spheres in the above picture
so, colored them with blue color

Question 2.  Explanation:
In the above picture there are 2 spheres
so, colored with yellow color

1 – 2. Color the objects that are shaped like spheres.

Question 3.  Explanation:
there is no flat surface in a sphere,
the curved surface area of a sphere is equal to the total surface area of the sphere.

Question 4.  Explanation:
The orange is in the shape of a sphere
so, crossed it.

3. Point to the curved surface on the sphere. Color the curved surface you see. 4. Mark an X on the object that has only a curved surface. Describe the shape to a classmate.

Question 5.  Explanation:
There are 4 shapes cone, cube , cylinder and the sphere
so, colored the sphere.

Question 6.  Explanation:
In the above picture the balls are in the shape of the sphere.
so, circled them.

5. Mark an X on the sphere. 6. Circle the objects that are shaped like a sphere.

I’m in a Learning Mindset! Directions: Are you learning to stay on task? Color the star. Did you complete your work? Color the check mark.

Lesson 2 Identify and Describe Cubes Listen to the story. Talk about the shapes you see in the picture. Mark an X on all the items that Pablo may need. Pablo needs items in the pantry that have only flat surfaces that are all the same size. Explanation:
Pablo needs items in the pantry that have only flat surfaces that are all the same size.
That is a cube so, crossed the cube.

Build Understanding

Question 1.  Explanation:
In the above picture There a tea powder box that is in the shape of a cube
so, colored the cube with blue color.

Question 2.  Explanation:
In the above picture There a toppings box that is in the shape of a cube
so, colored the cube with yellow color.

1 – 2. Color the object that is shaped like a cube.

Question 3.  Explanation:
For the cube there are 6 flat surfaces
for the visible three flat surfaces colored with yellow, orange and blue.

Question 4.  Explanation:
A cube has only flat surface with same sizes
so, the pasta box is in the shape of a cube
so, crossed the box.

3. Point to each flat surface you see on the cube. Color each flat surface a different color. 4. Mark an X on the object that has only flat surfaces. Describe the shape to a classmate.

Question 5.  Explanation:
In the above picture there are tomato that is sphere shape and a pencil which is in cylinder shape
and a pins box which is in cube
so, circled the pins box.

Question 6.  Explanation:
In the above figure there are sphere, cylinder, cube and a cone.
marked with x on the cube.

5. Circle the item that is shaped like a cube. 6. Mark an X on the cube.

I’m in a Learning Mindset! Directions: Are you learning to stay on task? Color the star. Did you complete your work? Color the checkmark.

Lesson 3 Identify and Describe Cylinders Listen to the story. Talk about the shapes you see in the picture, Mark an X on the items that Netta is looking for. Netta is making a bird feeder. She is looking for items that have a curved surface and two flat surfaces. Explanation:
Netta is making a bird feeder. She is looking for items that have a curved surface and two flat surfaces.
A cylinder has 2 flat surfaces and a curved surface
so, crossed the cylinder shape.

Build Understanding

Question 1.  Explanation:
There is a cylinder, cone and a cube in the above picture
so, colored the cylinder in pink color.

Question 2.  Explanation:
There is a cylinder, sphere and a cube in the above picture
so, colored the cylinder in pink color.

1 – 2. Color the object that is shaped like a cylinder.

Question 3.  Explanation:
A cylinder is a three-dimensional solid figure which has two identical circular bases joined by a curved surface at a particular distance from the center which is the height of the cylinder.

Question 4.  Explanation:
the object with two flat surfaces and a curved surface is a cylinder
so, crossed on the tin.

3. Point to the curved surface you see. Use yellow to color the curved surface. Point to the flat surface you see. Use red to color the flat surface. 4. Mark an X on the object with two flat surfaces and a curved surface. Describe the shape to a classmate.

Question 5.  Explanation:
In the above figure there are sphere, cylinder, cube and a cone.
marked with x on the cylinder.

Question 6.  Explanation:
A cylinder is a three-dimensional solid figure which has two identical circular bases joined by a curved surface at a particular distance from the center which is the height of the cylinder.
so, circled the marker as it is in the shape of a cylinder.

5. Mark an X on the cylinder. 6. Circle the item that is shaped like a cylinder.

I’m in a Learning Mindset! Directions: Are you learning to stay on task? Color the star. Did you complete your work? Color the checkmark.

Lesson 4 Identify and Describe Cones Listen to the story. Talk about the shapes you see in the picture. Mark an X on the shapes Lorenzo sees. Lorenzo is at the ice cream shop. He sees some items that have one flat surface and a curved surface. Explanation:
A cone is a 3D shape consisting of a circular base and once continuous curved surface tapering to a point (the apex) above the centre of the circular base.
so, crossed the six cone shapes.

Build Understanding

Question 1. Mark an X on the object shaped like cones. Explanation:
A cone is a 3D shape consisting of a circular base and once continuous curved surface tapering to a point (the apex) above the centre of the circular base.
Here there are 3 cones marked x on the 3 cones.

Question 2.  Explanation:
A cone is a 3D shape consisting of a circular base and once continuous curved surface tapering to a point (the apex) above the centre of the circular base.

Question 3.  Explanation:
A cone is a 3D shape consisting of a circular base and once continuous curved surface tapering to a point (the apex) above the centre of the circular base.
here there are a cube a cone and a sphere
so, circled the cone.

2. Point to the flat surface you see. Use green to color the flat surface. Point to the curved surface you see. Use orange to color the curved surface. 3. Circle the object with one flat surface and a curved surface. Describe the shape to a classmate.

Question 4.  Explanation:
A cone is a 3D shape consisting of a circular base and once continuous curved surface tapering to a point (the apex) above the centre of the circular base.
so, crossed the cone.

Question 5.  Explanation:
The birthday cap looks like cone shape.
The remaining are cylinder and a cube.

4. Mark an X on the cone. 5. Circle the object that is shaped like a cone.

I’m in a Learning Mindset! Directions: Are you learning to stay on task? Color the star. Did you complete your work? Color the checkmark.

Lesson 5 Build Shapes Listen to the story. Show what you know about the story. Julia makes a three-dimensional shape with art supplies. What shape does she make?
Cube
Explanation:
a Cube is a solid three-dimensional figure, which has 6 square faces, 8 vertices and 12 edges. It is also said to be a regular hexahedron.

Build Understanding

Question 1. Sphere
Explanation:
With clay we have made for spheres and placed them on four corners
such that they can form a square

Question 2. Square.
Explanation:
With clay we have made for spheres and placed them on four corners
such that they can form a square

1. Use clay to form four small shapes as shown. What shapes did you make? 2. Connect the clay shapes with sticks as shown.

Step It Out

Question 3. 2 squares
Explanation:
With clay we have made for spheres and placed them on four corners
such that they can form a square

Question 4. Cube
Explanation:
a Cube is a solid three-dimensional figure, which has 6 square faces, 8 vertices and 12 edges. It is also said to be a regular hexahedron.

3. Use clay and sticks to form two four-sided shapes as shown. 4. Place sticks in each of the clay balls of one four-sided shape. They should stand straight up. Gently place the other four-sided shape on top as shown. What three-dimensional shape did you make?

Question 5.  Explanation:
Here the given shape is a sphere and the ball looks like the sphere
so, circled the sphere.

Question 6.  Explanation:
Here the given shape is a cube and the gift box looks like the cube

5 – 6. Circle the real-world object that looks like the shapes you made.

I’m in a Learning Mindset! Directions: Are you learning to stay on task? Color the star. Did you complete your work? Color the checkmark.

Module 14 Review

Concepts and Skills

Question 1.  Explanation:
the birthday cap looks like cone matched with the cone
the toys box like a cube matched with the cube
the ball looks like a sphere matched with the sphere
The cooks box is in the shape of a cylinder so matched with the cylinder

Question 2.  Explanation:
The cylinder and cube has flat surfaces
and a ball does not have the flat surface it has a curved surface.

1. Match each object to its shape. 2. Mark an X on the objects that have flat surfaces.

Question 3.  Explanation:
The gift books is alike a cube
so, circled the cube.

Question 4.  Explanation:
The birthday cap is in the shape of a cone
so, marked the birthday cap.

Question 5.  