3D Space
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6:01 3D objects
Match the object and its label. Find objects with specified attributes. Which solids are part of the objects shown?
6:01C 3D objects
What features are the same in each pair of objects shown? Match each object to its base and name each object. Which objects are prisms or pyramids? Trace the prism/ pyramid and draw your own.
6:02 Nets of prisms and pyramids
What 3D object is made from each net? Draw 2 different nets for the block. How are triangular prisms and hexagonal prisms different/ alike? How are triangular pyramids and hexagonal pyramids different/ alike? Draw nets.
6:02E Nets of 3D objects
Match the nets that make the same 3D object. Draw nets for a square pyramid, a rectangular prism. Circle the nets that make a cube. Fill in the sides of the die.
6:02PT Progress test
Test of 3D Space
6:03 3D objects
Complete the sentences using the words cross-section, faces, vertices (corners), edges, apex, base, triangular or rectangular. What am I? Complete the table of number of flat/ curved surfaces, vertices, edges. Circle the nets of an open cube. Make and draw a model using views given.
6:03E Drawing 3D objects
Extension page. Draw the hidden sides using dotted lines. Complete each object on the dot paper. Copy the models and then make. Make a model from the given views and answer questions.
6:04 Drawing 3D objects showing depth
Join the matching vertices to draw a prism. Use dot paper to draw a rectangular prism. Use parallel lines to draw a pyramid. Use isometric dot paper to draw models. Choose from these methods to draw the solids shown. Which objects would pack making a tessellation?
6:04E Drawing 3D objects
Extension page. Draw a copy of each object beside the original. Answer questions related to volume, surface area and comparison.
6:05 Perspective and depth in 3D
Distance makes objects appear smaller. Draw a plane in the distance and a triangular prism showing perspective. Look at the photo and measure to determine how many lengths have been affected by perspective. Use the methods shown to draw 3D objects showing their depth. Copy models and shade areas of shadow on the blocks.
6:05C Perspective
Cross the objects that have been drawn without perspective. Complete the picture by following instructions. Discuss the size of the ant in each picture. Draw what a butterfly would look like to a bee.
6:05PT Progress test
Test of 3D Space
6:AC New Maths Builder Texts
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6:ACC Year 6 Cover
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6:MG00C Contents: Year 6 Maths Builder text
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6:MG00D Answers: 6:MG01-6:MG27
The answers to the Year 6 Maths Builder text 6:MG01-6:MG27
6:MG00E Answers: 6:MG27C-6:MG56
The answers to the Year 6 Maths Builder text 6:MG027C-6:MG56
6:MG05 3D objects
Match the object and its label. Find objects with specified attributes. Which solids are part of the objects shown?
6:MG05C 3D objects
What features are the same in each pair of objects shown? Match each object to its base and name each object. Which objects are prisms or pyramids? Trace the prism/ pyramid and draw your own.
6:MG06 Making 3D models
What 3D object is made from each net? Draw 2 different nets for the block. How are triangular prisms and hexagonal prisms different/ alike? How are triangular pyramids and hexagonal pyramids different/ alike? Draw nets.
6:MG06C Views of models
Extension page. Match views with models. Colour the correct shape for each view.
6:MG06S Nets of 3D objects
Match the nets that make the same 3D object. Draw nets for a square pyramid, a rectangular prism. Circle the nets that make a cube. Fill in the sides of the die.
6:MG07 3D objects
Complete the sentences using the words cross-section, faces, vertices (corners), edges, apex, base, triangular or rectangular. What am I? Complete the table of number of flat/ curved surfaces, vertices, edges. Circle the nets of an open cube. Make and draw a model using views given.
6:MG08 Drawing 3D objects
Join the matching vertices to draw a prism. Use dot paper to draw a rectangular prism. Use parallel lines to draw a pyramid. Use isometric dot paper to draw models. Choose from these methods to draw the solids shown. Which objects would pack making a tessellation?
6:MG08C Perspective and depth in 3D
Distance makes objects appear smaller. Draw a plane in the distance and a triangular prism showing perspective. Look at the photo and measure to determine how many lengths have been affected by perspective. Use the methods shown to draw 3D objects showing their depth. Copy models and shade areas of shadow on the blocks.

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