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Lesson 4 - Top, Front, and Side Views of 3-D Objects
To encourage students to have fun on the Web while learning about Top, Front, and Side Views of 3-D Objects, here are some games and interactive activities they can do on their own or in pairs.
Recognize and sketch the top, back, front, and side views of 3-D objects.
Builds UponStudent Book pages 360-363
Instructions for Use
Rotating Houses lets students recognize top, back, front, and side views of cube structures.
To use Rotating Houses, manipulate the object until it is the same view as the silhouetted example. Click the "OK" button. If the answer is correct, click the "Next Question" button. If the answer is incorrect, continue to manipulate the object until the view is correct.
Build Your Own Wall lets students recognize top, back, front, and side views of 3-D objects.To use Build Your Own Wall, view the example at the bottom of the applet. Click on a yellow shape, and move it into the workspace below the shapes. The 2-D shape in the workspace, becomes a 3-D shape in the object to the right of the workspace. Manipulate the object by turning it to see the top, back, front, and side views. Click the "Erase" button to remove all shapes. Complete the example at the bottom of the applet. Have students build another wall.