**WALT:**

Make models of three-dimensional objects and describe key features.

**WALT:**

__Make models of 3D objects__

**All:**__Describe key features of 3D objects.__

**Most:**__Explain similarities and differences of 3D objects.__

**Some:**You will need:

Whiteboard, Whiteboard marker.

Sit at a station with clay and match sticks and straws.

Whiteboard, Whiteboard marker.

Sit at a station with clay and match sticks and straws.

**WALT:**

Names and properties of 3D Shapes.

**WALT:**

__Be able to name and describe properties of common 3D shapes__

**All:**

**Most:****Be able to name and describe properties of unusual 3D shapes**

__Be able to explain the difference between a prism and a pyramid.__

**Some:**In pairs -

3D Bingo

Individually -

- Choose a 3D shape.

- Describe the features eg faces, edges, vertices.

- Draw an example on the back.

- Share

3D Bingo

Individually -

**Create a set of who am I cards.**

- Choose a 3D shape.

- Describe the features eg faces, edges, vertices.

- Draw an example on the back.

- Share

**Quiz:**

How many dimensions does a 3D shape have?

What are the properties of a 3D shape?

What is a vertex?

**WALT:**

To look at different ways of creating symmetrical 3D objects.

**WALT:**

__Make changes to the example to create a 3D object.__

**All:**

**Most:****Find at least 5 different symmetrical 3D objects.**

__Explain explain why the models are symmetrical and show the lines of symmetry.__

**Some:**Look at the model on the board - You have 30 seconds.

Build the model from memory.

Is this model symmetrical?

Can you make the model symmetrical by moving one block?

Look at the symmetrical models that you have made.

By adding one block can you keep them symmetrical?

Build the model from memory.

Is this model symmetrical?

Can you make the model symmetrical by moving one block?

Look at the symmetrical models that you have made.

By adding one block can you keep them symmetrical?

Explore adding more blocks to your models.

Does adding two or three blocks instead of one make it easier or harder to create

symmetry?

Does adding two or three blocks instead of one make it easier or harder to create

symmetry?

Choose one model that you have created.

Find a partner who has a different model.

Explain

Is your model symmetrical?

Where are the lines of symmetry?

Find a partner who has a different model.

Explain

Is your model symmetrical?

Where are the lines of symmetry?