*SHAPE AND SPACE*1. Three-Dimensional Shapes (3-D)

2. Two-Dimensional Shapes (2-D)

3. Symmetry

**Three-Dimensional Shapes**

Definition of 3-D

An object that has height, width and depth, like any object in the real world.

Example: your body is three-dimensional

Types of 3-D

1. PRISM

These are prisms because has:

a. 5 faces or more

b. 2 bases of the same shape

c. all other faces are rectangular

2. NON-PRISMS

These are non-prisms because :

a. The face is not rectangular.

b. There is only1 base.

Parts of prism

Classify 3-D

**Two-Dimensional Shapes**

1. Types of 2-D

2. Classify 2-D

**Symmetry**

1. Recognise lines

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