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# Mathematics / Year 5 / Measurement and Geometry / Shape

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Curriculum content descriptions

Connect three-dimensional objects with their nets and other two-dimensional representations (ACMMG111)

Elaborations
• identifying the shape and relative position of each face of a solid to determine the net of the solid, including that of prisms and pyramids
• representing two-dimensional shapes such as photographs, sketches and images created by digital technologies
General capabilities
• Numeracy Numeracy
ScOT terms

Solids (Geometry),  Translation (Geometry),  Nets (Geometry)

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