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## CHAPTER 11: 3-D GEOMETRY

### Lesson 1: Drawing Views of Cube Structures

Use these interactive activities to encourage your child to have fun on the Web while learning about 3-D geometry.

Goal
Use grid paper to draw top, front and side views of a cube structure.

Builds Upon
Student Book pages 448–451

Instructions for Use

Colouring Sides 1 allows your child to determine what sides of a structure are being indicated by examining 2-D views of the structure and a 3-D model of the same structure.

Look at the 3-D model shown as well as the 2-D views of the same structure. Click and drag with your mouse to look at the structure from different angles. Try to create the four views that are shown alongside the model.

Then, find the red sides shown on the model and click on the same sides in the views to turn them red. Click “OK” to find out if you are right. Click “Next Question” to get a new question.

Complete the activity for all 20 models.

Colouring Sides 2 allows your child to determine what sides of a structure are being indicated by examining 2-D views of the structure and a 3-D model of the same structure.

Look at the 3-D model shown as well as the 2-D views of the same structure. Click and drag with your mouse to look at the structure from different angles. Try to create the four views that are shown alongside the model.

Then, find the red sides shown in the views and click on the same sides on the model to turn them red. Click “OK” to find out if you are right. Click “Next Question” to get a new question.

Complete the activity for all 20 models.