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Classification of Solid Figures

Identify and count sides/vertices of prisms, cylinders, cones

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Classification of Solid Figures

Learn to classify solid figures.
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Classifying Solid Figures

Learn how to classify solid figures by identifying faces, edges and vertices.
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Classification of Solid Figures

Classify and describe three-dimensional figures.
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MCC6.G.2, 4 - Classification of Solid Figures

Classify different types of solid figures.
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Classification of Solid Figures

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Classification of Solid Figures

Discover how to categorize solid figures according to their common characteristics.
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Classification of Solid Figures: Naming Shapes

Classification of Solid Figures Interactive
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Classification of Solid Figures

by Rico Lin //basic
A song that will help you memorize various 3D shapes including spheres, cylinders, cubes, and cones. For each shape, the video gives examples of the most common everyday objects such as a dice, basketball, soda can, and an ice cream cone.
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Classifying Solids

A video lesson on how to identify different types of solids and classify them based on their properties. Courtesy of MrJmitsch.
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Classifying Solids

by Vinay Satish //basic
A video lesson on the different kinds of solid figures and their respective characteristics. Courtesy of MathLambert.
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The Tallest Paper Tower Competition

The students will compete in groups to build the tallest Paper Tower out of a few pieces of paper and some paper slips. This activity helps the students build inter-personal skills and highlights the benefits of working together.
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How the Cylinder Changed Civilization

Learn how cylinders help prevent food poisoning.
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Erupting Cones

Learn about two different types of volcanic cones.
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Classification of Solid Figures

by Ellaine Chou //basic
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Classifying Solid Figures

by Ellaine Chou //basic
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Classification of Solid Figures

by Galaxy Portillo //basic
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Classification of Solid Figures

by Kyle Bardman //basic