Shapes

 Mind Maps

Class I - Maths: Shapes
Q) How many stars were there in the given image?

Q) How many circles were there in the image?

Q) How many rectangles were there in the image?

Q) Who is near to the bus?

Q) Which colour dressed girl is nearer to the chair?

Q) Give an example for oval shape object/thing?

Q) Give an example of rolling?

Q) Give an example for sliding?

Q) Which shape are these balls are?

Q) Total number of red balls?

Q) Write the properties of a circle?

Q) Write the properties of a square?

Q) Write the properties of a triangle?

Q) Write the properties of a rectangle?

Q) Difference between square and rectangle?

Shapes

Top And Bottom

• The boy is at the top of the see - saw
• The girl is at the bottom of the see - saw.

Put A Circle Around The One Which Is At The Top And Tick (✓) The One Which Is At The Bottom

Fill In The Blanks

• The ball with the colour ----------- is on the top. (Answer: Green)
• The ball with the colour ----------- is at the bottom. (Answer: Blue)
• The ------- is on the top of the Christmas tree. (Answer: Star)
• The ------- is at the bottom of the Christmas tree. (Answer: Pot)

Near And Far

• The boy is near the school bus.
• The girl is far from the school bus.

Rolling And Sliding

In the above picture, the ball rolls down and the box slides down.

Solids

• Solid shapes are everywhere around us. We can see and feel them in our home and in the school./li>
• These shapes are called solids.

Let us learn about some of the solid shapes.

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