# McGraw Hill My Math Kindergarten Chapter 12 Lesson 1 Answer Key Spheres and Cubes

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## McGraw-Hill My Math Kindergarten Answer Key Chapter 12 Lesson 1 Spheres and Cubes

Explore and Explain Teacher Directions: Go on a three-dimensional shape walk around the classroom. Identify objects that are shaped like spheres and cubes. Draw a picture of one of the objects beside the matching shape. Tell whether the objects are solid or flat. See and Show

Question 1.
sphere The shape of the rounded shape is sphere. Both the circled shapes are same and it is sphere.

Question 2.
cube The circled shape is cube. Both the circled shapes are same and it is cube.

Question 3. The name of the first shape is sphere.
Both the first and fourth images are same. So, circle the both shapes. Bothe are circled shapes are sphere.

Question 4. The name of the first shape is cube.
Both the first and third shapes are same. So, circle both shapes. Both the circled shapes are cube.

Directions: 1-2. Name the shape above the objects. Describe it. Compare it to the shapes of the objects below it. Trace the circle around the matching shape. 3-4. Name the first shape in the row. Describe it. Compare it to the shapes of the objects in the row. Circle the matching shape.

On My Own

Question 5. The name of the first shape is sphere.
The first and the last shapes are same, So circled the both shapes.
Both the circled shapes are sphere.

Question 6. The name of the first shape is cube.
The first and third shapes are same, So circled the first and third shapes.
Both the circled shapes are cube.

Question 7. The name of the first shape is sphere.
Both the first and second shapes are same, So circled the first and second shapes
Both the circled shapes are sphere.

Question 8. The name of the first shape is cube.
The first and last shapes are same, So circled the both shapes.
Bothe circled shapes are cube.

Directions: 5-8. Name the first shape in the row. Describe it. Compare it to the shapes of the objects In the row. Circle the matching shape.

Problem Solving

Question 9. The shape of the planet is sphere. Here the lines matched the same shapes.

Directions: 9. Name the shape of the planet. Find those shapes on the page. Draw lines from those shapes to the planet. Identify the part of the rocket that is shaped like a cube. Find those shapes on the page. Draw lines from those shapes to the rocket.

### McGraw Hill My Math Kindergarten Chapter 12 Lesson 1 My Homework Answer Key

Question 1. The shape of the circled object is sphere.
The first object like the second second object.
So, circled the first and second objects. Question 2. The shape of the first object is cube.
Both the first and the last objects are same.
So, circled the first and last objects. Question 3. The shape of the first object is sphere.
Both the first and the last objects are same.
So, circle the first and last objects. Question 4. The shape of the first object is cube.
Both the first and third objects are same.
So, circled the first and third objects. Directions: 1-4. Name the first shape in the row. Describe it. Compare it to the shapes of the objects in the row. Circle the matching shape.

Question 5. The shape of the first object is cube.
The first and second objects are same.
So, Circle the first and second objects. Question 6. The shape of the first object is sphere.
The third object is like the first object.
So, circle first and third third object. Vocabulary Check

Question 7.
sphere From the directions.
The first and the fourth objects are not like a sphere.
So, cross the first and fourth objects. Question 8.
cube The third and and fourth objects are not like a cube.
So, cross the third and fourth objects. Directions: 5-6. Name the first shape in the row. Describe it. Compare it to the shapes of the objects in the row. Circle the matching shape. 7. Draw an X on the objects that are not shaped like a sphere. 8. Draw an X on the objects that are not shaped like a cube.

Math at Home Discuss the spheres and cubes shown on the My Homework pages. Help your child create a list of objects shaped like spheres and cubes and draw the objects. 