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3D Shapes- Cube

3D Shapes- Cube

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Author: Faviola Smith
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K.G.A.3 Identify shapes as two-dimensional (lying in a plane, "flat") or three-dimensional ("solid").

Objective: Learn about the 3D shape- Cube

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Tutorial

Cube is one of our five 3D Shapes!

Here are all of our 3D Shapes!

Source: You Tube. (2014, March 9 ). "3D Shapes I Know." 2018 March, 30. Retrieved fromhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cg-Uc556-Q

Cubie the Ice Cube!

Cube

Source: You Tube. (2017, April 6). "Cubie the Ice Cube." 2018, Mar. 30. Retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEDeYS2lZ88

ABOUT A CUBE


Big Idea


A cube stacks and slides

Corners- 8

Sides- 6

Edges- 12

All of the sides of a cube are the same size! 

What you need to make your own cube!

You will need: 

12 toothpicks for the edges and 8 marshmallows for the corners. 


Source: "Marshmallow Learning." Meaningful Mama, Jodi Durr. 2012 Nov. 15. Retrieved from: https://meaningfulmama.com/day-319-marshmallow-learning.html

Cubes

A cube can be dice, ice cubes, a box, a container, blocks, and so much more. A cube can be big or small, or it can be in different colors and material. A cube will always have the same size sides, with 8 corners, and 6 sides.