Applied Science  Science and Math (2B)

PROBLEM: Can you make three dimensional shapes from two dimensional shapes?
PREDICTION:
TRACE YOUR COOKIE CUTTERS. NAME THE SHAPES YOU ARE USING.


Roll out the playdough. Cut out shapes using cookie cutters. These are twodimensional shapes. Show your teacher. After your teacher has seen the shapes, make a threedimensional model of the shapes and draw what they look like. Have your teacher see your final shape.

CONCLUSION: What is the difference between two dimensional and three dimensional shapes?