A Carroll Diagram has two sides which show opposites.
Look at this Carroll Diagram.
In this worksheet, students study a 2D shape then sort into one of two categories: 'Four sides', or 'Not four sides'.
Key stage: KS 1
Curriculum topic: Geometry: Properties of Shapes
Curriculum subtopic: Identify 2D Shapes
Difficulty level:
Know Your 2D and 3D Shapes: Can You Name Them?
PREVIEW WORKSHEETKnow Your 2D Shapes: Line Symmetry (1)
PREVIEW WORKSHEETKnow Your 2D Shapes: Line Symmetry (2)
PREVIEW WORKSHEETKnow Your 2D Shapes: Name and Spell (1)
PREVIEW WORKSHEETKnow Your 2D Shapes: Name and Spell (2)
PREVIEW WORKSHEETKnow Your 2D Shapes: What are They Called?
PREVIEW WORKSHEETKnow Your 3D Shapes: Faces, Edges and Corners
PREVIEW WORKSHEETKnow Your 3D Shapes: Linking Shapes to Names
PREVIEW WORKSHEETKnow Your 3D Shapes: Naming Shapes
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