Resurrect your academic fortunes by possessing superior knowledge of shapes! A triangular prism is a prism that comprises two triangular bases and three quadrilateral sides, making a face count of five. Cut out the 2-dimensional net, fold along the edges using a ruler, and convert it into a 3D form. Composed of both rectangular as well as triangular shapes the templates of nets of triangular prisms in these pdfs provide better durability when printed on stock paper rather than regular paper. Students of grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6 can benefit from this set of worksheets.
Nets of 3D Shapes
Net of a Triangular Prism | Chart
Here's a printable chart template that makes it easy for students to get the hang of the net of a triangular prism. They get a crystal-clear picture of how shapes, originated from 2D shapes transform into 3D figures.
Foldable Net of a Triangular Prism
Here's a foldable triangular prism cut-out activity where you snip and glue the 2D faces to form a 3D shape. Students have a fun-yet-challenging exercise to practice 3D shapes derived from 2D shapes. You will find the guidelines in the pdfs.
An Animal-Themed Triangular Prism
To make learning 3D shapes a super fun affair, we have come up with this cute animal-themed activity. With a cheetah waiting to take a 3D shape, this colorful pdf exercise is sure to interest big league and works best for 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade kids.