2-dimensional (2-D) shapes are flat and can only be drawn on paper.

3-dimensional (3-D) shapes are solid and can be picked up.

Be familiar with the names of the following shapes.

In this worksheet, students name the 2D and 3D shapes from the given clues.

**Key stage:** KS 2

**Curriculum topic:**
Geometry: Properties of Shapes

**Curriculum subtopic:**
Compare Shape Properties

**Difficulty level:**

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