# Edges and Vertices Resources

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Edges and Vertices
Deconstruct shapes with this fill-in chart of 2D shapes. Kids will practice identifying edges and vertices of simple shapes.
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Edges and Vertices Space Hunt
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Edges and Vertices Space Hunt
Search for 3D shapes in this hide-n-seek game for kids. Look for shapes based on the number of edges and vertices.
Math
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Faces, Edges and Vertices
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Faces, Edges and Vertices
Start the basics of geometry by looking at 3-D shapes and counting the faces, edges and vertices.
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Geometric Shapes
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Geometric Shapes
Learn to identify the faces, vertices and edges of 3D shapes with this fill-in chart.
Math
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Faces, Vertices and Edges Song
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Faces, Vertices and Edges Song
Gives kids a visual lesson about how to identify 3D shape attributes.
Math
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2D and 3D Shapes
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2D and 3D Shapes
Boost your child's understanding of geometry dimensions with this worksheet that challenges her to match 2D and 3D Shapes.
Math
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Match and Color 3D Shapes
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Match and Color 3D Shapes
Kindergarteners will learn to recognize 3D shapes in their everyday environment with this shape match-up worksheet.
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3D Shapes to Life
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3D Shapes to Life
This worksheet brings 3D shapes to life, including a sphere, cube, cone and cylinder!
Preschool
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Ski Racer: 3D Shapes
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Ski Racer: 3D Shapes
Young learners practice identifying different 2D and 3D shapes as they ski down the mountain!
Kindergarten
Math
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Solid Shapes: Identifying 3D Shapes
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Solid Shapes: Identifying 3D Shapes
Introduce your students to 3D solid geometric shapes and encourage them explore their everyday space for these shapes. In this lesson, they will learn to look at a ball as a sphere!
Kindergarten
Math
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2D and 3D Shape Sort: Factory
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2D and 3D Shape Sort: Factory
Kids sort 2D and 3D shapes in this engaging geometry game.
Kindergarten
Math
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Dino Crunch: 3D Shapes
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Dino Crunch: 3D Shapes
Practice geometry basics by helping hungry dinosaurs identify the correct 3D shapes to eat.
Kindergarten
Math
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3D Shapes in the World
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3D Shapes in the World
Shapes are everywhere! Use this fun real-world inspired worksheet to practice identifying 3D shapes found in everyday activities.
Kindergarten
Math
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2D and 3D Shape Sort: Car
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2D and 3D Shape Sort: Car
On the road again! Kids identify 2D and 3D shapes in this sorting game.
Math
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2D and 3D Shape Match
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2D and 3D Shape Match
Kids match common 2D shapes with their 3D partners in this interactive memory game.
Kindergarten
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Use this glossary with the EL Support Lesson Plan: All About 3D Shapes.
Kindergarten
Math
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3D Shapes Ice Cream Attack
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3D Shapes Ice Cream Attack
Kids must identify 3D shapes to keep Office Ice Cream from melting.
Kindergarten
Math
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Lesson Plan
In this hands-on lesson plan, students will learn learn all about 3D shapes in the real world. Can be used as a stand alone lesson or pre-lesson for the **Solid Shapes** lesson plan.
Kindergarten
Math
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Comparing 2-D Shapes
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Comparing 2-D Shapes
Use this resource to review 2-D shapes with your young mathematicians. Students will identify the names, number of edges, and number of vertices of common shapes as they work to fill in the blanks of this 2-D shape chart.
Math
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Vocabulary Cards: All About 3D Shapes
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Vocabulary Cards: All About 3D Shapes
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson: All About 3D Shapes.
Kindergarten
Math
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3D Shapes
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3D Shapes
This shape recognition worksheet is jam-packed with activities. Can your kid trace, color, and identify these three-dimensional shapes?
Math
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Shapes Inside Shapes
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Shapes Inside Shapes
Look all around! We can find 2D shapes inside 3D shapes wherever we go! In this lesson, students will sort shapes and recognize the 2D components of common 3D shapes.
Kindergarten
Math
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Sort 2D and 3D Shapes
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Sort 2D and 3D Shapes
Can your kid tell the difference between 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional shapes? Kindergarten is a good time to start!
Kindergarten
Math
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3D Geometric Shapes
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3D Geometric Shapes
Ready to introduce your child to 3-D geometric shapes? This worksheet helps kids find 3-D shapes in the world around them!
Math
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Dino Crunch: Attributes of 2D and 3D Shapes
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Dino Crunch: Attributes of 2D and 3D Shapes
Crunch through different shapes, like cubes and spheres, in this geometry-themed math game.
Math
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### Edges and Vertices Resources

Help students understand edges and vertices with worksheets that explain how to measure the sides of a triangle or calculate the shape’s total area. Vertices may seem complex, but you can give your hands-on learners simple connector sets to help them connect the dots, or give worksheets to color in for those who understood the concept in its abstract form.
Once students learn the attributes of two dimensional shapes, they will be ready to understand that we live in a three dimensional world. The two dimensional or flat shapes have length and width. Once we add in depth, those two dimensional shapes represent a single side of a three dimensional shape.
Three dimensional shapes are made up of three parts: faces, edges, and vertices. The face of a three dimensional shape is a single two dimensional shape that represent any of the individual surfaces of the solid object. An edge is any line that joins two vertices and where any two faces meet. A vertex is any point where two or more lines meet. On a two dimensional object, this is where two lines meet. On a three dimensional object, a vertex is the meeting point of three lines. A vertex can also be known as a corner.
Among the three dimensional shapes, there are a subset of shapes known as platonic solids. These shapes are special because they are made up of congruent regular polygonal faces. This means that all the sides are the same shape and size with identical angles and sides. There are five platonic solids:
• Tetrahedron - The tetrahedron has 4 triangular faces.
• Cube - The cube has 6 square faces.
• Octahedron - An octahedron has 8 triangular faces.
• Dodecahedron - The dodecahedron has 12 pentagonal sides.
• Icosahedron - The icosahedron has 20 triangular sides.

Working with the resources provided by Education.com above may help students gain a geometrical understanding of three dimensional shapes and how they differ and relate to two dimensional shapes.