Foldable Net of a Pentagonal Prism

As much as students should be encouraged to experiment with the amazingly intriguing things that prisms are, they should also be tasked with assiduously analyzing them, so they make the most of the promise of 2D-3D transformation - an integral part of their math curriculum. A prism is a solid shape that has flat bases and parallel sides. The phrase "pentagonal prism" is self-explanatory, as it's a shape with five sides. The idea behind the nets of the pentagonal prism is to make learning pentagonal prism more engaging for children. Grab these printable worksheets on the nets of a pentagonal prism, meticulously prepared for students in grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6. Turn your dreams of becoming a full-fledged pentagonal maestro into reality!

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Net of a Pentagonal Prism | Chart

Say hello to a pentagonal prism with this easy-breezy pdf chart! A type of polyhedron with five sides and a pentagonal base, a pentagonal prism has some exciting properties, which are laid out here. Observe the flat faces in this chart to ease into the concept.

Foldable Net of a Pentagonal Prism

Want to embellish your pentagonal learning with some origami-folding exercise? Don't miss out on this printable 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade origami! Use your scissors to snip the net along the dotted line, and glue them to get the perfect 3D shape of the pentagonal prism.

Crafting a Pentagonal Prism Giraffe

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. It's time for children to have some fun as they progress with their pentagonal learning. Clip the worksheet beside the dotted lines and glue them to make your own handcrafted giraffe in a pentagonal prism.