3D Space
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#### Level contents

* Assessment for the whole of Level 5
*** Assessment test records
5:01 3D objects
Give examples of the everyday use of cones, cylinders, cylinders and pyramids. Complete the labels using the words face, edge, vertex (or corner) and apex. How are these shapes alike/ different? Draw the shape of each face on this prism. Which objects shown could be posted through the square/ triangular/ rectangular hole?
5:02 3D objects
Match the name to each 3D object. Which objects have a circular cross-section, a curved surface, a rectangular cross-section, right angles. Complete the table by drawing the top, front and side views of the objects pictured. Complete the table by writing the number of edges and vertices. Draw what you would see on each part of the net. Draw the top view of each model. Which two models would make a prism when joined?
5:02C 3D objects
Name each 3D object. Name the object that has the matching views - top, side, front. Draw the faces that make up each object. Draw the net of each object. How many faces/ edges/ vertices on each shape?
5:03 Prisms and pyramids
Match names and attributes to 3D shapes. Use the words apex, base, rectangles and triangles to complete the sentences. Colour a base on each prism and pyramid. Match the prism or pyramid to its faces. Colour the bases. What am I? Draw the object with the views shown.
5:04 Prisms and pyramids
Colour the base of each object and complete its name. Shade the base of the pyramids below and complete the table. Discuss how the answers are related to each other.
5:04C Naming prisms and pyramids
Match the prisms and pyramids to the shape of their bases. Write the type of prism or pyramid under each object.
5:05 Pyramids
Tick the base of each pyramid on its net. Match the nets that make the same pyramid. Circle the nets that would make a rectangular pyramid. Draw the net of a triangular pyramid. Trace the dotted lines to draw each pyramid. Write the name of each pyramid. Use grid paper to draw your own pyramids. Label each one and write the number of edges, faces and vertices.
5:05PT Progress test
Test of 3D Space
5:06 Naming prisms
Complete the table - number of faces, edges, vertices and name of prism. Match the name of each 3D solid to its net. Trace the 3D solids found on the dot paper. The pentagonal prism could be modelled by combining which 2 prisms. Shade the prisms to show depth. Complete the drawings by joining matching corners. Do they look like solids?
5:06C Identifying prisms
Use multi-attribute blocks to build the prisms. Complete the table - checking attributes for each shape. Match each label to an object in the pictures. Name each of the prisms marked.
5:06E Prisms
Extension page. Name the solids that could be made using only shapes identical to the shapes shown as faces. Draw the net of an open rectangular prism. Circle the nets of an open cube. On the isometric dot paper draw a triangular prism, a pentagonal prism and a square prism. Match the objects to their views. Draw a cube with a square pyramid on top.
5:07 The shape of everyday objects
Match an object in each picture to the correct label. Which object is most used in building? Name the shape of each everyday object. Is the object shown in the photograph a cone, a sphere, a prism or a pyramid? Guess what the model represents and name the solids used.
5:08 3D objects
Name the 3D models. Which objects have 4 or 8 vertices, are skeletal models, are rigid, have a curved surface? Match each prism or pyramid to the set of faces used to make it. Match each 3D object to its cross-section. Make a model of the drawing.
5:09 Perspective
Discuss the relative sizes of objects in the pictures. Explain why the height of the horses is greater than the height of the trees behind the man. Explain why the woman at the back looks larger. Use perspective to add to the pictures. On your own paper, practise the drawing of prisms and pyramids using perspective to show what they would look like in real life.
5:09PT Progress test
Test of 3D Space
5:AC New Maths Builder Texts
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5:ACC Year 5 Cover
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5:MG00C Contents: Year 5 Maths Builder text
Contents
The answers to the Year 5 Maths Builder text 5:MG01-5:MG15
The answers to the Year 5 Maths Builder text 5:MG16- 5:MG39C
The answers to the Year 5 Maths Builder text 5:MG40-5:MG71
5:MG16 3D objects
Give examples of the everyday use of cones, cylinders, cylinders and pyramids. Complete the labels using the words face, edge, vertex (or corner) and apex. How are these shapes alike/ different? Draw the shape of each face on this prism. Which objects shown could be posted through the square/ triangular/ rectangular hole?
5:MG17 Nets of 3D objects
Match each net to the solid. Name the solids that have nets drawn. Identify nets that would make a prism. Use the net to find length, breadth and height of the prism.
5:MG17C Plans, views and solids
Match the object to its shape when viewing from above. Identify the room shown by the plan. Name each solid and recognise which ones have at least one right angle. Match pyramid or prism to labels and attributes
5:MG18 Cross-sections
Explore and identify cross-sections for solids by matching cross-sections and solids, or visualising cross-sections of solids.
5:MG18C Features of 3D objects
Match the dimension language. Match the prisms and pyramids to the shape of their cross-sections. Draw solids that have circular cross-sections. Draw the cross-section of the steps.
5:MG19 3D objects
Match the name to each 3D object. Which objects have a circular cross-section, a curved surface, a rectangular cross-section, right angles. Complete the table by drawing the top, front and side views of the objects pictured. Complete the table by writing the number of edges and vertices. Draw what you would see on each part of the net. Draw the top view of each model. Which two models would make a prism when joined?
5:MG19C 3D objects
Name each 3D object. Name the object that has the matching views - top, side, front. Draw the faces that make up each object. Draw the net of each object. How many faces/ edges/ vertices on each shape?
5:MG45 Prisms and pyramids
Match names and attributes to 3D shapes. Use the words apex, base, rectangles and triangles to complete the sentences. Colour a base on each prism and pyramid. Match the prism or pyramid to its faces. Colour the bases. What am I? Draw the object with the views shown.
5:MG46 Prisms and pyramids
Colour the base of each object and complete its name. Shade the base of the pyramids below and complete the table. Discuss how the answers are related to each other.
5:MG46C Naming prisms and pyramids
Match the prisms and pyramids to the shape of their bases. Write the type of prism or pyramid under each object.
5:MG47 Pyramids
Tick the base of each pyramid on its net. Match the nets that make the same pyramid. Circle the nets that would make a rectangular pyramid. Draw the net of a triangular pyramid. Trace the dotted lines to draw each pyramid. Write the name of each pyramid. Use grid paper to draw your own pyramids. Label each one and write the number of edges, faces and vertices.
5:MG47C The shape of everyday objects
Match an object in each picture to the correct label. Which object is most used in building? Name the shape of each everyday object. Is the object shown in the photograph a cone, a sphere, a prism or a pyramid? Guess what the model represents and name the solids used.
5:MG48 Naming prisms
Complete the table - number of faces, edges, vertices and name of prism. Match the name of each 3D solid to its net. Trace the 3D solids found on the dot paper. The pentagonal prism could be modelled by combining which 2 prisms. Shade the prisms to show depth. Complete the drawings by joining matching corners. Do they look like solids?
5:MG48C Identifying prisms
Use multi-attribute blocks to build the prisms. Complete the table - checking attributes for each shape. Match each label to an object in the pictures. Name each of the prisms marked.
5:MG49 3D objects
Name the 3D models. Which objects have 4 or 8 vertices, are skeletal models, are rigid, have a curved surface? Match each prism or pyramid to the set of faces used to make it. Match each 3D object to its cross-section. Make a model of the drawing.
5:MG49C Perspective
Discuss the relative sizes of objects in the pictures. Explain why the height of the horses is greater than the height of the trees behind the man. Explain why the woman at the back looks larger. Use perspective to add to the pictures. On your own paper, practise the drawing of prisms and pyramids using perspective to show what they would look like in real life.