Nets of Solids
Today we are going to look at the net of 2-dimensional shapes. A net is a flat figure that can be folded to form a closed, three- dimensional object. These type of objects are called a geometric solid .
Task 1-Exploring the net of a cube
As you move the dot along the line you will be able to visualize how the net of the cube folds to form a solid.
How many nets does a cube have?
How many faces does a cube have?
Task 2- Drawing a net of a solid
Watch the short video below and then draw your own net of a rectangular prism on the grid paper provided and then cut it out to make your own net into a solid. Your rectangular prism will be 4cm x 5cm x 6cm
Task 3- What is this?
Which solid can be formed using the net shown?
Task 4- Rectangular prism
Identify the rectangular prism that the net shown would fold into?