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## McGraw-Hill My Math Kindergarten Answer Key Chapter 11 Lesson 2 Circles and Triangles

**Explore and Explain**

**Teacher Directions:** Use to make a picture. Trace the shapes. Identify the shapes by colouring the circles red and the triangles purple. Describe the shapes using the words round and straight. Count how many sides and vertices.

Answer:

Circle: A circle is a round-shaped figure that has no corners or edges.

Triangle: A triangle is a polygon with three edges and three vertices.

**See and Show**

Question 1.

circle

Question 2.

triangle

Question 3.

Answer:

The name of the above-given shape is a triangle.

A triangle isÂ a type of polygon, which has three sides, and the two sides are joined end to end is called the vertex of the triangle.Â An angle is formed between two sides.

– It has 3 vertices.

Question 4.

Answer:

The name of the above-given shape is a circle.

Circle: A circle is a round-shaped figure that has no corners or edges.

**Directions: 1-2.** Name the shape. Trace the number of sides and vertices. **3.** Name the shape. Describe it. Compare the shape to each shape in the group. Circle the matching shapes. **4.** Name the shape. Describe it. Compare the shape to each object in the group. Circle the objects that are the same shape.

**On My Own**

Question 5.

Answer:

The name of the above-given shape is a triangle.

A triangle isÂ a type of polygon, which has three sides, and the two sides are joined end to end is called the vertex of the triangle.Â An angle is formed between two sides.

– It has 3 vertices.

Question 6.

Answer:

The name of the above-given shape is a circle.

Circle: A circle is a round-shaped figure that has no corners or edges.

Question 7.

Answer:

The name of the above-given shape is a circle.

Circle: A circle is a round-shaped figure that has no corners or edges.

The name of the objects that are in a circle shape is wheel and button.

**Directions: 5-6.** Nome the shape. Describe it. Compare the shape to each shape in the group. Circle the matching shapes. **7.** Name the shape. Describe it. Compare the shape to each object in the group. Circle the objects that are the same shape.

**Problem Solving**

Question 8.

The

Answer:

The triangles are in orange colour and it has three sides and three vertices.

Circle: A circle is a round-shaped figure that has no corners or edges.

**Directions: 8.** Identify the circles and triangles on the fruit pizza by colouring the circles green and the triangles orange.

### McGraw Hill My Math Kindergarten Chapter 11 Lesson 2 My Homework Answer Key

Question 1.

Question 2.

Question 3.

Answer:

The name of the above-given shape is a triangle.

A triangle isÂ a type of polygon, which has three sides, and the two sides are joined end to end is called the vertex of the triangle.Â An angle is formed between two sides.

– It has 3 vertices.

**Directions: 1.** Name each shape. Write the number of sides and vertices. **2-3.** Name the shape. Describe it. Compare the shape to each shape in the group. Circle the matching shapes.

Question 4.

Answer:

The name of the above-given shape is a triangle.

A triangle isÂ a type of polygon, which has three sides, and the two sides are joined end to end is called the vertex of the triangle.Â An angle is formed between two sides.

– It has 3 vertices.

Question 5.

Answer:

The name of the above-given shape is a circle.

Circle: A circle is a round-shaped figure that has no corners or edges.

The name of the objects that are in a circle shape is frame and lemon.

**Vocabulary Check**

Question 6.

circle

Answer:

We need round the circle.

Circle: A circle is a round-shaped figure that has no corners or edges.

Question 7.

triangle

Answer:

Triangle: It has three sides and three vertices.

**Directions: 4-5.** Name the shape. Describe it. Compare the shape to each object in the group. Circle the objects that are the same shape. **6.** Color the circle red.** 7.** Color the triangle blue.

**Math at Home** Gather a group of objects of various shapes and sizes. Include triangles and circles. Ask your child to sort the triangles and circles.