# Geometric Prisms Teacher Resources

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#### Math Antics Geometry Video Lessons

The point of this collection of 12 videos is to introduce learners to three basic parts of geometryâ€”points, lines, and planes. The presenter provides definitions, shows how to classify shapes, provides examples, and shows how to use...

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#### Flipped Math: Geometry

Imagine taking a complete geometry course remotely! Eleven units make up the My Geometry course. Each unit follows the Flipped-Mastery cycle of learning, divided into two semesters. Pupils watch and take notes on a video that details the...

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#### Utah Middle School Math Project: 7th Grade

The eight resources in this collection provide tweens with the tools and protocols for solving problems, enabling them to transition from acquiring basic knowledge to creatively applying it. The lessons in the workbook are Common Core...

Curated OER

#### Living in a Geometrical World

Young scholars participate in a series of hand-on, online, and multimedia activities to examine 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional shapes. They describe common geometric solids. They construct rectangular prisms using straws and ribbon.

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#### How Do You Find the Volume of a Rectangular Prism?

Do you know the formula needed to determine the area of a rectangular prism? If you don't it's ok, because this video will refresh your memory, then help you use the formula to find the volume of a rectangular prism. Algebra is used to...

Corbett Maths

#### Volume of a Prism

Not all prisms are cubes. A short video introduces the definition of a prism and uses that definition to create a general volume formula. Worksheets provide pupils several opportunities to practice finding the volume of a wide variety of...

K12 Reader

#### Identifying Geometric Solids

After reading a short passage that identifies different types of geometric solids, kids answer a series of questions using information found in the article.

Krista King Math

#### Nets of Prisms

Nothing but net! Pupils learn to use nets to create a two-dimensional representation of a three-dimensional figure. The instructor explains each section of a net of a cube and then of a rectangular prism.Â

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#### Volume of Rectangular Prisms

Introduce the procedure needed to find the volume of a rectangular prism. Learners rank various prisms such as cereal boxes and tissue boxes from smallest to largest volume. They use an applet to find the volume and surface area of each...

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#### Prisms, Pyramids, and Nets

Students compare and contrast the characteristics of prisms and pyramids. In groups, they are given different colored construction paper to make rectanglar prisms. They identify the shapes of the faces and record the number of faces,...

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#### Prisms-Turn Up The Volume

Identify the length, width, and height of prisms. Critical thinkers calculate the volume of prisms given small amounts of information. They derive the formula given the length, width and height.

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#### Names of Geometric Figures

Use this geometry figures worksheet to have learners enter the names of ten geometric figures, one letter per box, so that the boxes with connecting lines have matching letters. Answers are provided at the bottom of the page.

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#### Light and Geometric Optics

It's time to see the lightÂ with a unit that focuses on light and geometric optics, including concave and convex mirrors. A variety of experiments, worksheets, and online activities are included.Â

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#### Geometric Shapes and Figures

Are your mathematicians figuring out the difference between shapes and figures? Using a simple, visual identification worksheet, students analyze 2 shapes and 2 figures, answering 4 questions about each. Learners determine their...

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#### Geometric Shapes: Which Item?

Which item is shaped like a cone? Give students a chance to compare shapes, determining which item represents the prompted shape or figure (and which don't). Through 4 multiple-choice questions, scholars identify a cone, a cube, a...

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#### Geometric Shapes: Shapes in Everyday Items

Which item is shaped like a cone? Use this multiple-choice shape recognition worksheet to give students access to shapes in their everyday life. Four questions ask scholars to identify which of the pictured items is shaped like a sphere,...

Annenberg Foundation

#### Geometry 3D Shapes: 3D Shapes

Explore vocabulary related to three-dimensional shapes. An instructional website describes the characteristics of different geometric solids. Learners can use an interactive component to view nets, faces, vertices, and edges of common...

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#### Surface Area of Prisms

Students compute surface area and volume of prisms. In this surface area lesson, students find the surface area and volume of rectangular and triangular prisms. Independently, students use their computers to determine the volume,...

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#### NetsS.A. of Prisms

Students build nets of three-dimensional prisms based on the dimensions they are given for hexagonal prism, triangular prism, rectangular prism. Working in groups, they use their prisms and calculate the Surface Area and Lateral Area.

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#### A Rectangular Prism and Its Net

Identify the nets for prisms and other geometric shapes. Learners calculate the surface area of the rectangular prism then sketch the shapes of prisms and other polygons. Unfolded cereal boxes are used as a visual aid, great idea!

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#### Naming Geometric Shapes

Name that shape! This simple worksheet has learners identify each geometric figure. They examine rectangular prisms, cylinders, rectangular pyramids, and hexagonal prisms. This one-page worksheet contains 8 problems, and the goals seems...

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#### Recognizing 3D Shapes, Part 3

Do your first graders know the difference between cones and cylinders? Use this handy activity to help youngsters learn geometric shapes. With prisms, spheres, and pyramids, among others, this resource prompts pupils to identify each...

SEN Teacher

#### Nets (3D Models)

Let your learners pick and create a fun shape from this custom template. Shapes range from complex geometric figures to the more common cube and prism. Each page can be labeled with your personal directions. Additional printable listed...

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#### Write the 3-D Shape's Name, Part 2

Geometry can be fun when you know the shapes! Twelve pictures of geometric shapes, including cones, pyramids, and spheres, prompt first graders to write the name of each shape in the space provided. Use the activity as a quiz or homework...