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

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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?
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.

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

Question 1.  Both the circled shapes are same.

Question 2.  Both the circled shapes are same.

Question 3.  Both the circled shapes are same.

Question 4.  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.  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.   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.      