Into Math Kindergarten Module 16 Answer Key Analyze and Compare Two-Dimensional Shapes

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HMH Into Math Kindergarten Module 16 Answer Key Analyze and Compare Two-Dimensional Shapes

Seek and Find

Look at the picture. Can you find all the three-dimensional shapes? Mark an X on each shape you find.

Explanation:
a solid figure or an object or shape that has three dimensions – length, width and height.
three-dimensional objects can be seen in our daily life such as cone-shaped ice cream, cubical box, a ball, etc.

Match Shapes

Question 1.

Explanation:
The shapes like circle, triangle, square and the rectangle
are matched with the appropriate same shapes.

Write Numbers 0 to 5

Question 2.

Explanation:
Used the 5 green counters in the five frame
to show the number 5

1. A Draw a line between each object on the left to the shape it matches on the right. 2. Draw counters to show 5. Write the number.

Lesson 1 Identify and Describe Circles

Listen to the story. Talk about the shapes you see. Mark an X on Edmundo’s photo. Edmundo wins a prize in the city photo contest. His photo includes a two-dimensional object that is curved.
Clock.
Explanation:
A circle  has no corners or edges
a circle can be defined as a closed, two-dimensional curved shape.
A clock is in the shape of a circle.

Build Understanding

Question 1.

Explanation:
A circle  has no corners or edges
a circle can be defined as a closed, two-dimensional curved shape.
boy catching the ball is in the circle shape, wheels of a tire, traffic mirror ,
and the windows.

Question 2.

Explanation:
For the cylinder top and bottom are flat surfaces
so, colored the tops of the cylinder.

1. Mark an X on all the objects shaped like a circle. 2. Color the flat shapes. Tell how you know these shapes are flat.

Question 3.

Explanation:
A circle  has no corners or edges
a circle can be defined as a closed, two-dimensional curved shape.

Question 4.

Explanation:
A circle  has no corners or edges
a circle can be defined as a closed, two-dimensional curved shape.
so, crossed out the circle shapes.

3. Trace the curve of the circle. Describe the shape to a classmate. 4. Mark an X on all the shapes with a curve.

Question 5.

Explanation:
A circle  has no corners or edges
a circle can be defined as a closed, two-dimensional curved shape.
The ball and the plate are in the shape of a circle.

Question 6.

Explanation:
A circle  has no corners or edges
a circle can be defined as a closed, two-dimensional curved shape.

5. Circle the object shaped like a circle. 6. Draw a circle. Point to the curve of the circle.

I’m in a Learning Mindset!

Directions: Did you use a strategy that worked for you? Color the star. Are you still looking for a helpful strategy? Color the checkmark.

Lesson 2 Identify and Describe Squares

Listen to the story. Talk about the shapes you see. Mark an X on Hsu’s plate. Hsu sets the table for dinner. His dinner plate has four corners and four sides of equal length.

Explanation:
Hsu sets the table for dinner.
His dinner plate has four corners and four sides of equal length.
That is a square
A square has 4 sides and 4 angles.

Build Understanding

Question 1.

Explanation:
a shape that has four straight sides of the same length and four angles of 90 degrees
square has 4 equal sides and 4 angles
so, crossed out the square shaped objects.

Question 2.

Explanation:
a shape that has four straight sides of the same length and four angles of 90 degrees
square has 4 equal sides and 4 angles
so, colored the squares.

1. Mark an X on the objects shaped like a square. 2. Color the flat shapes.

Question 3.

_________ sides
_________ vertices

Explanation:
a shape that has four straight sides of the same length and four angles of 90 degrees
square has 4 equal sides and 4 angles

Question 4.

Explanation:
a shape that has four straight sides of the same length and four angles of 90 degrees
square has 4 equal sides and 4 angles
so, crossed out the squares.

3. Trace the sides of the square. How many equal sides are there? Circle each corner, or vertex. How many corners, or vertices, are there? 4. Mark an X on all the shapes with four equal sides and four vertices.

Question 5.

Explanation:
The photo frame is in the shape of a square
so, circled the photo frame.

Question 6.

Explanation:
a shape that has four straight sides of the same length and four angles of 90 degrees
square has 4 equal sides and 4 angles

5. Circle the object shaped like a square. 6. Draw a square. Circle each corner or vertex.

I’m in a Learning Mindset!

Directions: Did you use a strategy that worked for you? Color the star. Are you still looking for a helpful strategy? Color the checkmark.

Lesson 3 Identify and Describe Triangles

Listen to the story. Talk about the shapes you see. Mark an X on the items Franklin buys. Franklin buys the items at the bakery that are flat with three sides and three corners.

Explanation:
Franklin buys the items at the bakery that are flat with three sides and three corners.
That is a triangle
A triangle has 3 sides and 3 corners.

Build Understanding

Question 1.

Explanation:
Crossed the triangle shapes
pizza on the plate
2 tissues and a pizza spoon.

Question 2.

Explanation:
For the shapes like triangle cube, square have the flat surfaces
Cone and circle have curved surfaces.

1. Mark an X on all the objects shaped like a triangle. 2. Color the flat shapes.

Question 3.

__________ sides
__________ vertices

Explanation:
a triangle is a three-sided polygon that consists of three edges and three vertices.
and 3 angles

Question 4.

Explanation:
a triangle is a three-sided polygon that consists of three edges and three vertices.
and 3 angles
so, circled the triangles.

3. Trace each side of the triangle. How many sides are there? Circle each corner, or vertex. How many corners, or vertices, are there? 4. Mark an X on all the shapes with three sides and three vertices.

Question 5.

Explanation:
a triangle is a three-sided polygon that consists of three edges and three vertices.
and 3 angles
In the group of images the ruler is in triangle shape.
so, circled the ruler

Question 6.

Explanation:
a triangle is a three-sided polygon that consists of three edges and three vertices.
and 3 angles

5. Circle the object shaped like a triangle. 6. Draw a triangle. Circle each corner or vertex.

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Directions: Did you use a strategy that worked for you? Color the star. Are you still looking for u helpful strategy? Color the checkmark.

Lesson 4 Identify and Describe Rectangles

Listen to the story. Talk about the shapes you see. Mark an X on an item Sonja could buy. Sonia is at a yard sale. She buys an item that is flat, with four corners and four sides.

Explanation:
Sonia is at a yard sale.
She buys an item that is flat, with four corners and four sides.
Rectangle and square has four corners and four sides.

Build Understanding

Question 1.

Explanation:
In the above poster
The window and photo frame are having four corners and four sides.
so, crossed the window and frame.

Question 2.

Explanation:
A rectangle is a 2D shape that has 4 sides, 4 corners, and 4 right angles.
Opposite sides of a rectangle shape are the same length,
The cylinder and circle have curved surfaces square, triangle and rectangles have flat surfaces.

1. Mark an X on all the objects shaped like a rectangle. 2. Color the flat shapes.

Question 3.

_________ sides
_________ vertices

Explanation:
4 sides
4 vertices
A rectangle is a 2D shape that has 4 sides, 4 corners, and 4 right angles.
Opposite sides of a rectangle shape are the same length,

Question 4.

Explanation:
A rectangle is a 2D shape that has 4 sides, 4 corners, and 4 right angles.
Opposite sides of a rectangle shape are the same length,
so, crossed out rectangles and squares.

3. Trace each side of the rectangle. How many sides are there? Circle each corner, or vertex. How many corners, or vertices, are there? 4. Mark an X on all the shapes with four sides and four vertices. Tell a classmate how the shapes are alike and different.

Question 5.

Explanation:
In the above group of pictures the photo frame is in the shape of a rectangle.
so, colored the photo frame.
A rectangle is a 2D shape that has 4 sides, 4 corners, and 4 right angles.
Opposite sides of a rectangle shape are the same length,

Question 6.

Explanation:
4 sides
4 vertices
A rectangle is a 2D shape that has 4 sides, 4 corners, and 4 right angles.
Opposite sides of a rectangle shape are the same length,

5. Circle the objects shaped like a rectangle. 6. Draw a rectangle. Circle each corner or vertex.

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Directions: Did you use a strategy that worked for you? Color the star. Are you still looking for a helpful strategy? Color the checkmark.

Lesson 5 Identify and Describe Hexagons

Listen to the story. Talk about the shapes you see. Mark an X on the item Danae looks at. Danae looks at an item in a store window. The item has six sides and six corners.

Explanation:
A polygon is a closed figure formed of three or more line segments.
Examples of polygons are triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon and. hexagon.
In the above frame mirror is in shape of a hexagon. that is a polygon.

Build Understanding

Question 1.

Explanation:
A polygon is a closed figure formed of three or more line segments.
Examples of polygons are triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon and. hexagon.
In the above frame the window and sale board are in hexagon shape

Question 2.

Explanation:
A polygon is a closed figure formed of three or more line segments.
Examples of polygons are triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon and. hexagon.
The cylinder and circle have curved surfaces square, triangle and rectangles have flat surfaces.

1. Mark an X on all the objects shaped like a hexagon. 2. Color the fiat shapes.

Question 3.

_________ sides
_________ Vertices

Explanation:
6 sides
6 vertices
A polygon is a closed figure formed of three or more line segments.
Examples of polygons are triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon and. hexagon.

Question 4.

Explanation:
6 sides
6 vertices
A polygon is a closed figure formed of three or more line segments.
Examples of polygons are triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon and. hexagon.

3. Trace each side of the hexagon. How many sides are there? Circle each corner, or vertex. How many corners, or vertices, are there? 4. Mark an X on all the shapes with six sides and six vertices.

Question 5.

Explanation:
6 sides
6 vertices
A polygon is a closed figure formed of three or more line segments.
Examples of polygons are triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon and. hexagon.

Question 6.

Explanation:
6 sides
6 vertices
A polygon is a closed figure formed of three or more line segments.
Examples of polygons are triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon and. hexagon.
circled all the angles.

5. Circle the object shaped like a hexagon. 6. Point to each side of the hexagon as you count them. Circle each vertex.

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Lesson 6 Compose Simple Shapes

Listen to the story. Show what you know about the story. Tyrell is drawing shapes. How can he use shapes to form a hexagon?

Explanation:
Tyrell is drawing shapes.
How can he use shapes to form a hexagon
He used triangles to make the hexagon
6 triangles formed a hexagon.

Build Understanding

Question 1.

Explanation:
Two small squares formed a larger rectangle
Two blue square shapes form a larger blue shape.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Three small triangles form a trapezoid
2 right angled triangles and 1 equilateral triangle.

1. Use smaller shapes to form the blue shape Draw to show the shapes you used. 2. Use smaller shapes to form the red shape. Draw to show the shapes you used.

Step It Out

Question 3.

Explanation:
Two small squares formed a larger rectangle
Two yellow square shapes form a larger yellow shape.

Question 4.

Explanation:
two small triangles form a  rhombus
2 equilateral triangle form a  rhombus that is green.

Question 5.

Explanation:
1 equilateral triangle and a rhombus made a trapezoid.
1 green 1 equilateral triangle and a blue  rhombus made a trapezoid.

3 – 5 Use the shapes shown to form the larger shape. Draw to show how you formed the larger shape.

Question 6.

Explanation:
4 small squares made a larger square
There are 4 yellow small squares
formed to a larger yellow square.

Question 7.

Explanation:
4 small squares made a larger rectangle
There are 4 yellow small squares
formed to a larger yellow rectangle.

6. Draw to show a way you can use the small squares to form a larger square. 7. Draw to show a way you can use some or all of the small squares to form a rectangle.

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Lesson 7 Compare Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Shapes

Question 1.

Circle the flat, or two-dimensional shapes. Describe the shapes you circled to a classmate. How are they different from the other shapes?

Explanation:
a flat plane figure or a shape that has two dimensions – length and width
they are square, polygon and circle and rectangle. so, circled them.

Step It Out

Question 2.

Explanation:
solid shapes that have three dimensions including length, depth and width.
Cylinder, sphere cube and cone are 3-D shapes
so, crossed them.

Question 3.

Explanation:
a flat plane figure or a shape that has two dimensions – length and width
solid shapes that have three dimensions including length, depth and width.
Blue colored shape is square and red colored shape is cube.
2. Mark an X on the solid, or three-dimensional shapes. Tell a classmate how they are different from the other shapes. 3. Color the solid shape. Tell a classmate how the shapes are alike and different.

Question 4.

Color the two-dimensional, or flat shapes.

Explanation:
a flat plane figure or a shape that has two dimensions – length and width
Colored with red all 2-D shapes.

Question 5.

Color the three-dimensional, or solid shapes.

Explanation:
solid shapes that have three dimensions including length, depth and width.
Colored blue for all 3-D shapes.

Module 16 Review

Vocabulary

Square
Explanation:
a flat plane figure or a shape that has two dimensions – length and width
a plane figure with four equal sides and four right (90°) angles.
a square has 4 sides and 4 vertices

Concepts and Skills

Question 1.

Explanation:
a flat plane figure or a shape that has two dimensions – length and width
a plane figure with four equal sides and four right (90°) angles.
a square has 4 sides and 4 vertices

Question 2.

Explanation:
Three small triangles form a trapezoid
2 right angled triangles and 1 equilateral triangle.

Vocabulary Circle each vertex of the square. 1. Mark an X on the square. 2. Draw to show the shapes you can use to make the larger red shape.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Triangle and rectangle has flat surfaces
sphere and circle has curved surfaces.

Question 4.

Explanation:
a flat plane figure or a shape that has two dimensions – length and width
a plane figure with 2 equal sides and four right (90°) angles.
a rectangle has 4 sides and 4 vertices

Question 5.