# Solid Shapes Worksheets : 3D Shapes

This page contains printable geometry worksheets for teaching solid shapes.  Students identify the following shapes: rectangular prism, cube, sphere, cone, pyramid, cylinder, and others.

## Identifying Shapes

Determine whether each object is shaped like a cone, cylinder, rectangular prism, cube, or pyramid.
Identify each shape on the page.  Includes both solid shapes and flat shapes.
Look around the classroom and try to find a sphere, cube, rectangular prism, and a cylinder.
Five questions about solids that require logical thinking skills.
Match the polygon or solid shapes with their names in this concentration-style memory card game.
Take photographs of geometric lines and shapes. Then use your photos to make a picture book.
Cut and fold this origami cootie catcher (a.k.a. fortune teller) game. Play the game to review the names of solid shapes.

## Nets Worksheets

Tell what shape is made by each net shown. Shapes include cube, rectangular prism, cone, pyramid, and triangular prism.
Examine the pictures of the nets carefully and answer the multiple-choice questions.
Match each solid shape with its net in this cut-and-glue activity.
Draw lines to match the nets to the 3D shape's name and image that they make.
With this printout, students will practice finding the surface area for the nets of various 3D shapes.

## Foldable Solid Shapes (Nets)

Foldable Cube  FREE
Cut, fold, and glue this pattern to make an origami cube!
Foldable Cone  FREE
Create a solid, 3D triangular prism with this printable.
Cut the shape and fold the tabs to make a cylinder.
Create a solid, 3D triangular prism with this printable.
Cut out the shape and fold it along the lines to make a pyramid.
Another foldable tetrahedron, or pyramid with a triangular base.
Create a solid, 3D triangular prism with this printable.
Cut out and fold the decahedron, or ten-sided solid shape. It's perfect as a ten-sided die for classroom games too!

## Faces, Edges, Vertices

Find the number of faces, vertices, and edges for each of the shapes shown. A small diagram helps students remember what each of these parts of the shape are.
Determine the number of faces, edges, and vertices on each solid shape.
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.
Find the number of faces, edges, or vertices for the 3D shapes shown on each task card. You can use these for learning centers, daily challenges, exit tickets, and more.
Choose a word from the word box to answer each of these questions about solid shapes.
Teach the basics about shape faces with this handy anchor chart.
You can print out this anchor chart to help teach students about the edges of 3-dimensional shapes.
This helpful printable shows what vertices are and how you can find the number of them on particular shapes.
Match solids with their descriptions, real world objects with their shapes, and words like edge with their definitions to complete the puzzle.

## Solid and Flat Shapes (Mix)

Sort the shapes into two groups on the t-chart: solid shapes and flat shapes.

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