All the solutions provided in **McGraw Hill My Math Kindergarten Answer Key PDF Chapter 11 Lesson 8 Problem-Solving Strategy: Use Logical Reasoning **will give you a clear idea of the concepts.

## McGraw-Hill My Math Kindergarten Answer Key Chapter 11 Lesson 8 Problem-Solving Strategy: Use Logical Reasoning

Question 1.

What shapes are missing?

Use Logical Reasoning

Answer:

There are two triangles and one hexagon.

Triangle: It is a closed polygon with three sides and three vertices.

Hexagon: It is having six sides and six vertices.

**Directions:** Use pattern blocks to find the missing shapes. Name and describe the shapes in the larger shape. Trace the shapes.

Question 2.

What shapes are missing?

Use Logical Reasoning

Answer:

The larger shape is a pentagon.

Pentagon: It is having with five sides and 5 vertices.

But if we assume a line then it makes a triangle and rectangle.

Triangle: It is having with three sides and three vertices.

Rectangle: It is having with four sides and four angles and opposite angles are equal.

**Directions:** Use pattern blocks to find the missing shapes. Name and describe the shapes in the larger shape. Draw the shapes.

Question 3.

What shapes are missing?

Use Logical Reasoning

Answer:

It is a hexagon with six sides and six vertices.

In this, we have three hexagons.

we can draw with different shapes:

trapezium, diamond shape, triangle.

In next hexagon also, trapezium and three triangles.

**Directions:** Use pattern bocks to find the missing shapes Name and describe the shapes in the larger shape Draw the shapes.

Question 4.

What shapes are missing?

Use Logical Reasoning

Answer:

Here we can draw two squares.

The larger shape is a rectangle.

It has four sides and four vertices.

**Directions:** Use pattern bocks to find the missing shapes Name and describe the shapes in the larger shape Draw the shapes.

### McGraw Hill My Math Kindergarten Chapter 11 Lesson 8 My Homework Answer Key

Question 1.

What shapes are missing?

Use Logical Reasoning

Answer:

The triangle and square

Triangle: It has three sides and three vertices.

Square: It has four sides and four vertices.

**Directions:** Use patterns blocks from Manipulative Masters: Pattern Blocks, Sheet 1 to find the missing shapes. Name and describe the missing shapes. Trace the missing shapes. Note: Parents, cut out the paper shapes for your child.

Question 2.

What shapes are missing?

Use Logical Reasoning

Answer:

We can draw 3 squares.

All sides are equal with four sides and four vertices.

**Directions:** Use pattern block cutouts to find the missing shapes. Name and describe the missing shapes. Draw the missing shapes.

**Math at Home** Take advantage of problem-solving opportunities during daily routines such as going to the park. Have your child identify shapes at the park.