# McGraw Hill My Math Grade 1 Chapter 9 Lesson 4 Answer Key Compare Shapes

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## McGraw-Hill My Math Grade 1 Answer Key Chapter 9 Lesson 4 Compare Shapes

Explore and Explain Teacher Directions: Use attribute block circles, squares. rectangles. and triangles. Place the shapes that have 4 sides on the left fence post. Trace the shapes. Place the shapes that have less than 4 vertices on the right fence post. Trace the shapes. Explanation:
I placed the shapes that have 4 sides on the left fence post and placed the shapes that have less than 4 vertices on the right fence post.

See and Show

You can compare and sort two-dimensional shapes. Circle the shapes that have straight sides. Circle the shapes with more than 3 vertices.

Circle the shapes described.

Question 1.
shapes with 4 straight sides  Explanation:
I drew circles around the shapes that have 4 straight sides.

Question 2.
shapes with 3 vertices  Explanation:
I drew circles around the shapes with 3 vertices.

Question 3.
shapes with 4 sides the same length  Explanation:
I drew circles around the shapes with 4 sides the same length.

Question 4.
shapes with 3 sides and 3 vertices  Explanation:
I drew circles around the shapes that have 3 sides and 3 vertices.

Talk Math How do you compare two-dimensional shapes?
I compare the two-dimensional shapes based on the number of sides, vertices. That is the properties of the shapes.

Circle the shapes described.

Question 5.
shapes with 0 vertices  Explanation:
I drew circles around the shapes that have 0 vertices.

Question 6.
shapes with 4 sides  Explanation:
I drew circles around the shapes that have 4 sides.

Question 7.
shapes with straight sides  Explanation:
I drew circles around the shapes that have straight sides.

Question 8.
shapes with 0 vertices  Explanation:
I drew circles around the shapes that have 0 vertices.

Question 9.
shapes with 0 straight sides  Explanation:
I drew circles around the shapes that have 0 straight sides.

Question 10.
shapes that are not curved  Explanation:
I drew circles around the shapes that are not curved.

Problem Solving

Question 11.
Madeline sees these objects in her school. How many of the objects have more than three sides? _____________ objects Explanation:
3 objects
I drew circles around the shapes that have more than 3 straight sides.

HOT Problem Circle all of the same type of shapes. Explain.  Explanation:
I drew circles around the shapes that are same type.

### McGraw Hill My Math Grade 1 Chapter 9 Lesson 4 My Homework Answer Key

Practice

Circle the shapes described.

Question 1.
shapes with 0 vertices  Explanation:
I drew circles around the shapes that have 0 vertices.

Question 2.
shapes with 3 sides  Explanation:
I drew circles around the shapes that have 3 sides.

Question 3.
shapes with more than 2 sides  Explanation:
I drew circles around the shapes that have more than 2 sides.

Question 4.
shapes that are closed  Explanation:
I drew circles around the shapes that are closed.

Circle the shapes described.

Question 5.
shapes with more than 2 straight sides  Explanation:
I drew circles around the shapes that have more than 2 straight sides.

Question 6.
shapes with less than 4 vertices  Explanation:
I drew circle around the shape that have less than 4 vertices.

Question 7.
Draw a shape that has 4 vertices and 2 pair of sides that are different lengths. Explanation:
A rectangle is a closed shape that has 4 vertices and 2 pair of sides that are different lengths.

Test Practice

Question 8.
Which shape has 3 sides and 3 vertices?
(A) circle
(B) square
(C) triangle
(D) rectangle