Solid Shapes
We will discuss about basic solid shapes. We see a variety of solid objects in our surroundings.
Solid objects have one or more shapes like the following.
1. Match the objects with similar shape.
Solid Shapes:

This is a cube. A cube has 6 square faces. It has 12 edges.
It has 8 corners.


This is a cuboid. A cuboid has 6 rectangular faces. It has 12 edges.
It has 8 corners.


This is a cone. A cone has 1 flat face and a curved face.
Cone has 1 corner.


This is a cylinder. A cylinder has 2 flat faces. It has 1 curved face.
It has no corners.


This is a sphere. Sphere has no flat faces. Sphere has only a curved face.
Sphere has no corners.

2. Match the shapes with their properties.
(i)

I am a solid shape. I have two flat faces.
I have one curved face.

(a)


(ii)

I am a plane shape. I have one curved side.
I have no corners.

(b)


(iii)

I am a solid shape. I have six sides.
All my sides are equal in length.

(c)


(iv)

I am a plane shape. I have four sides and four corners.
My two opposite sides are equal.

(d)


(v)

I am a solid shape. I have one flat face and a curved face.
I have one corner.

(e)


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