# 2nd Grade Common Core: 2.G.1

Common Core Identifier: 2.G.1 / Grade: 2

Curriculum: Geometry: Reason With Shapes And Their Attributes.

Detail: Recognize and draw shapes having specified attributes, such as a given number of angles or a given number of equal faces.5 Identify triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, and cubes.

49 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Look around the classroom and try to find a sphere, cube, rectangular prism, and a cylinder.

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Use Microsoft Paint to create a polygon picture. Label the sides and angles on each polygon.

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Name the quadrilaterals shown: rhombus, parallelogram, square, rectangle, or trapezoid

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Color, cut, and fold the origami fortune teller (a.k.a. cootie catcher). Then play the game to review the names of basic polygon shapes.

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Match the definition on the left with the quadrilateral type on the right.

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In this card game, players match up the polygon or solid shapes with their names.

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Each problem on this printout lists a number of faces, edges, and vertices. Students will determine which of the three shapes shown reflects these numbers.

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This week student will: identify basic shapes, add and subtract triple-digit numbers, count money, compare numbers, and use arrays to solve repeated addition problems.

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Match each solid shape with its net in this cut-and-glue activity.

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Identify each shape. Includes solid figures (3D shapes) and polygons (flat shapes).

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Cut out the polygons and circles. Use them to make a Christmas tree, a snowman, and a Santa hat.

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Find the surface area of various nets with this printable packet.

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Match solids with their descriptions, real world objects with their shapes, and words like

*edge*with their definitions to complete the puzzle.Level:

Cut out and fold the decahedron, or ten-sided solid shape. It's perfect as a ten-sided die for classroom games too!

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Choose a word from the word box to answer each of these questions about solid shapes.

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In the 24th week of Math Buzz, students will add and subtract 3-digit numbers, count angles in a polygon, estimate lengths, read and interpret a line plot, and divide a rectangle into an array.

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There are a variety of different games and activities you can do with our task cards. With these ones, students must find the number of faces, edges, or vertices for the shapes shown on each card.

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On these worksheets, students will practice and review naming fraction parts, counting place value blocks, bar model addition and subtraction, expanded form, and measuring centimeters.

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Show students how to find the number of vertices on a 3D shape with this helpful printout.

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Cut out the shape pictures. Sort them into groups of:

*quadrilaterals*and*not quadrilaterals*. Also, sort them into groups of*shapes with right angles*and*shapes without right angles*.Level:

Five questions about solids that require logical thinking skills.

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Skills for this week include reading analog clocks, word problems, writing numbers in expanded form, reading a pictograph, measurement, dividing shapes into equal parts, and counting money.

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This anchor chart describes and shows what a 3D shape's edges are. It also includes tips for finding the number of edges on a prism and a pyramid.

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On these worksheets, pupils will: count backwards by 1s, differentiate between triangles and quadrilaterals, find sums and differences, answer questions about a calendar, and solve an elapsed time problem.

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Examine the pictures of the nets carefully and answer the multiple-choice questions.

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Determine the number of faces, edges, and vertices on each solid shape.

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Use an inch ruler to draw lines. Express numbers in expanded and word form. Determine which measuring tool to use.

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Write how much money is left after a purchase. Write the time from a clock. Choose geometric shapes.

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Match the nets to the name of their shape and the image of the 3D shape.

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Answer the questions about line segments, rays, parallel lines, and perpendicular lines.

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Students will find the number of faces, edges, and vertices for each 3D shape shown. This worksheet also includes a basic diagram showing what faces, edges, and vertices are.

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In week 4 of Math Buzz, students will practice measurement, naming 3D solid shapes, place value, dividing shapes into equal parts, and making a bar graph.

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Another foldable tetrahedron, or pyramid with a triangular base.

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Find the missing numbers (by adding and subtracting one). Determine which 3D shaped have curved surfaces. Answer questions about a pictograph. Tell how many equal parts are shown on circles. Measure a shoe using non-standard units.

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Tell what shape is made by each net shown. Shapes include cube, rectangular prism, cone, pyramid, and triangular prism.

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Cut and fold this origami cootie catcher (a.k.a. fortune teller) game. Play the game to review the names of solid shapes.

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On these five Math Buzz worksheets, students will identify attributes of polygons, count coins, skip count by 5s, identify lines of symmetry, tell time to the nearest 5 minutes, and add three addends together.

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