# McGraw Hill My Math Kindergarten Chapter 11 Lesson 7 Answer Key Compose New Shapes

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## McGraw-Hill My Math Kindergarten Answer Key Chapter 11 Lesson 7 Compose New Shapes

Explore and Explain

Teacher Directions: Use to make a large rectangle. Then make a large square. Trace one of the shapes you made.

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Question 1.

Question 2.

The larger shape is a triangle.
Triangle: It has three sides and three vertices.

We can fix all the triangles in a larger triangle.

Question 3.

The larger shape is a hexagon.
Hexagon: It has six sides and six vertices.
We can fix six triangles in a large hexagon shape.

Directions: 1-3. Use the pattern blocks shown to make the larger shape. Trace the larger shape. Name the larger shape.

On My Own

Question 4.

The larger shape is a rectangle.
It has four sides and four vertices.
we can fix all small squares in the above-given large rectangle.

Question 5.

This is also a rectangle.
Rectangle: It has four sides and four vertices.
we can fix all small squares in the above-given large rectangle.
we divide the large rectangle into three small blocks. Then it turns into small square blocks.

Question 6.

I used all the squares to make a large square

Directions: 4-5. Use pattern blocks shown to make the larger shape. Trace the larger shape. Name the larger shape. 6. Use nine pattern blocks to make a larger square. Trace the shapes you used.

Problem Solving

Question 7.

Question 8.

A rectangle can be divided into two triangles of equal area.
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Directions: 7. Look at the rectangle. Draw the shapes that make up the rectangle. 8. Look at the triangles. Can two triangles make a rectangle? Try it using pattern blocks. Circle the triangles if yes. Put on X on the triangles if no.

### McGraw Hill My Math Kindergarten Chapter 11 Lesson 7 My Homework Answer Key

Question 1.

Question 2.

The larger shape is arectangle.
In that shape, we can fit three squares.

Question 3.

The larger shape is a hexagon having six sides and six vertices.
We can fit six triangles.

Directions: 1-3. Using Manipulatives Masters: Potlem Blocks, Sheet I, color the pattern block triangles green and the squares orange. Note: Parents, cut out the paper shapes for your child. Use the cut out shapes to make the larger shape. Name the shape. Color it.

Question 4.

The larger shape is a rectangle.
Dividing into two rectangles. And six squares we can fit.

Question 5.

The larger shape is a triangle.
We divide the large triangle into four smaller triangles.

Question 6.