Faces, edges, and vertices worksheets are a must-have for your grade 1 through grade 5 kids to enhance vocabulary needed to describe and label different 3D shapes. Children require ample examples and adequate exercises to remember the attributes of each 3D figure. Begin with the printable properties of solid shapes chart, proceed to recognizing and counting the faces, edges, and vertices of each shape, expand horizons while applying the attributes to real-life objects, add a bonus with comparing attributes of different solid figures and many more pdf worksheets. Our free worksheets are a compulsive print.

Properties of 3D Shapes Chart

Encourage kids to use apt terms like edges, vertices, curved, and flat faces to describe solids with this printable properties of solid figures chart that vividly shows the count of each attribute in a cube, sphere, cone, and other 3D shapes.

Complete the 3D Shapes Properties Table

Give momentum to your practice with this complete the 3D shapes attributes table pdf. Kids in 1st grade and 2nd grade observe each solid, count the number of faces, edges, and vertices in each 3-dimensional shape and complete the information in the table.

Write the number of Faces, Edges, and Vertices

Works great in recollecting the distinct features of each solid shape. Instruct kids to identify and label the shape as they work their way through this worksheet, and write the number of faces, edges, and vertices in each.

Faces, Edges, and Vertices in Real-Life Objects

Can your grade 2 and grade 3 kids identify the 3D figure that each of these real-life objects represents? Count the faces, edges, and vertices in the real-life objects featured in this printable worksheet.

Identify the 3D Shape from its Properties

Read the attribute description and identify the 3-dimensional shape that matches it in the first part of the pdf. In the latter part circle the real-life object that possesses the specified attributes.

How Many Faces, Edges, and Vertices?

How many faces/edges/vertices does this figure have? Identify the shape, recall from memory the attributes of each 3D figure and choose the option that correctly states the count to describe the object.

Comparing Attributes of 3D Shapes

Now that 3rd grade and 4th grade kids are sure of the number of faces, edges, and vertices of the solid shapes, comparing solid figures based on their attributes should not be a tough row to hoe.