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## McGraw-Hill My Math Kindergarten Answer Key Chapter 12 Three-Dimensional Shapes

**Essential Question**

How do I identify and compare three-dimensional shapes?

Answer:

The three dimensional shapes can be defined has a solid figures or with dimensions length, breath, height. we can compare three-dimensional shapes by length , breath, height and thickness.

**Am I Ready?**

**Directions: 1-4.** Circle the shapes in the row that are the same.

Question 1.

Answer:

Both the circled shapes are same.

Question 2.

Answer:

Both the circled shapes are same.

Question 3.

Answer:

Both the circled shapes are same.

Question 4.

Answer:

Both the circled images are same.

**My Math Words**

**Review Vocabulary**

**Directions:** Trace each word and tell its meaning. Look at the shapes that make the objects in the clouds. Color the squares red. Draw an X on each circle. Tell how you know.

Answer:

The red colored shapes are the squares.

The crossed shapes are the circle.

Circle is in the round shape.

Square is in the box shape and four sides are equal.

**My Vocabulary Cards**

**Teacher Directions: Ideas for Use**

- Direct students to create riddles for each word. Ask them to work with a classmate to guess the words for each riddle.
- Guide students to read each shape word. Have students describe each shape and tell how each is alike and different.

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**Teacher Directions: More ideas for Use**

- Direct a student to act out roll, stack, or slide with a partner. Have another student find the vocabulary word that indicates the action acted out.
- Instruct students to use the blank cards to create alphabet cards. Suggest that students write a letter on the front of a card and then write a math word that begins with that letter on the back.

Answer:

**My Foldable**

Follow the steps on the back to make your Foldable.

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