# Find the Relationship between Shapes with Multiple Elements

In this worksheet, students will identify a mixture of 2D and 3D shapes which match with a pair to make a trio. They will consider shape order, shading and position.

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Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Exam-Style Questions: Spatial & Non-Verbal Reasoning

Curriculum subtopic:   Exam-Style Questions: Find the Relationship

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#### Worksheet Overview

If you are unsure of an answer, move on to the next question.

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Look at these two shapes:

Which of the shapes below would best fit in a group with these two shapes?

a)         b)         c)         d)         e)

First, we have to work out what the first two shapes have in common.

They both have two matching end shapes, either side of a middle shape. They are both presented vertically.

This means we need to look for a shape which has two identical shapes at the top and bottom, which is also presented vertically.

The only option which fits these criteria is shape b so this is our correct answer.

Now it's time to begin this practice exercise.

Good luck!

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