3D Shapes Games Online
Play interactive 3D shapes games online free. Kids love our online 3D shapes matching game. Solid shapes games teach names of 3D shapes. Enjoy our free 3D shapes online games. These online 3D shape games for kids teach how to recognize 3D Shapes Games Online FREE. 3d shapes interactive games are designed for 2nd graders.
Identify 3D shapes: click on the correct object.
Recognize 3D shapes games online FREE
Play 3D shapes online games: read the name of the 3D shape on the top of the picture and click on one of the given objects, which you think is the correct one. If the name of 3D shape matches with the chosen object, you will see "YES" symbol.
If your answer is wrong, you will see "Try it again" sign. Then click on another 3D shape until you find the correct one. Press the button "New game" and play another 3D shapes matching game.
This ´3D shapes online game´ serves as a 3D shapes recognition practice for kids in grades 2-3. For younger kids is designed this online 2D shapes game.
3D Shapes Chart
3D shapes names with pictures PDF
Printable 3D schapes chart in PDF includes 16 shapes pictures with names.
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Interactive 3D shapes online gamesIn this interactive 3D shapes online game you need to identify 3D shapes from the given options. For the first contact with 3D shapes you can try these shapes flash cards online.
Our 3d shapes game includes following solid shapes:
|A sphere has no corners or edges. It is round. A nice example of a sphere is the Sun or a ball.|
|A hemisphere is a half of a sphere with one side flat and the other side as a round bowl. It is formed when a sphere is split to two equal parts called hemispheres.|
|A cube is a symmetrical 3D shape. The surface of the cube consists of 6 equal squares. A cube has 12 edges (of the same length) and 8 vertices. An example of a cube is Rubik's cube.|
|A cuboid is a 3D shape whose base is a square or a rectangle and whose side edges are perpendicular to the base. A cuboid has 8 vertices, 12 edges and 6 rectangular surfaces, each two opposite surfaces are the same. Both cube and cuboid are prisms.|
|A prism is a 3D shape that looks like Toblerone chocolate. A triangular prism is made up of 2 triangular bases connected by 3 rectangular sides.|
|A pentagonal prism is a prism which has 2 pentagonal bases and 5 rectangular faces. This solid shape has a total of 7 faces, 15 edges and 10 vertices.|
|A hexagonal prism is a prism which has 2 hexagonal bases and 6 rectangular faces. This solid shape has a total of 8 faces, 18 edges and 12 vertices.|
|A cylinder is a 3D shape that has 2 identical circular bases joined by a rectangular surface at a selected distance from the middle that is that the height of the cylinder. An example of a cylinder is a can of Coke.|
|A torus is a ring-shaped 3D object which looks like a doughnut.|
|A cone differs from a cylinder in that it has only one base and the opposite side forms the tip or apex. A rotating cone is a type of cone whose base is a circle and the apex is exactly in the middle of the circle, only it is slightly higher.|
|A truncated cone is a cone whose apex (vertex) is cut off. A truncated cone is terminated by a plane usually parallel to the base.|
|An ellipsoid is a solid shape which looks like a rugby ball.|
|A hyperboloid is a solid formed by rotating a hyperbola around either main axis. Hourglasses are closest to this shape.|
|A square pyramid is a 3D geometric shape with five faces. It has a square base and four triangular bases that are joined at a vertex. The most famous example of this pyramid is the Great Pyramid in Giza. Pyramids are named after their base: triangular pyramid (tetrahedron), square pyramid, rectangular pyramid, pentagonal pyramid and hexagonal pyramid.|
|A tetrahedron is a triangle-based pyramid. A triangular pyramid (or tetrahedron) is a 3D shape in which all 4 faces are triangles. It has 6 edges and 4 vertices.|
|A hexagonal pyramid is a pyramid with a hexagonal base upon which are erected six triangular faces that meet at a point (the apex). A hexagonal pyramid has 7 faces: 6 six isosceles triangles and 1 hexagon.|
Online 3D shapes matching game
This online 3D shapes matching game not only helps children to learn to recognize 3D shapes online, but also serves in teaching of English: kids learn the correct name and the pronunciation of given 3D shape.
You can play these 3d shapes games online in the classroom or at home as an supplementary teaching of mathematics.
Our interactive 3D shape game is a fun math game for kids to learn and practice 3D shapes online.