KS1 Maths Quiz
Cubes, spheres, pyramids and cones are just a few of the 3-dimensional shapes we often see.

# Year 1 Shapes - 3D

This quiz addresses the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 Maths and Numeracy for children aged 5 and 6 in year 1. Specifically this quiz is aimed at the section dealing with recognising and naming common 3-D shapes.

Year 1 children will learn to recognise and name basic and common 3-D shapes such as cuboids, pyramids and spheres. They will use 3-dimensional shapes when building and be encouraged to recognise, spot and name these common shapes in the real world.

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1. Question 1

This is a _______ made up of _____.
The dice are cubes and are stacked up in a pyramid formation
2. Question 2

This shape is a...
All its sides and faces are equal
3. Question 3

These boxes are all...
Although they are different shapes and sizes, they are all cuboids
4. Question 4

This is a _______ made up of _______.
This pyramid is made from spheres stacked in layers
5. Question 5

This shape is a...
The ball is completely round and is a sphere
6. Question 6

This is a ______ made up from _______.
This cuboid is made up entirely of spheres!
7. Question 7

Why are balls used in sports usually spheres?
A sphere rolls well and bounces evenly
8. Question 8

These are called sugar...
Sugar cubes stack well inside a box!
9. Question 9

There are lots of _______ and 1 _______ in this picture.
There are several spheres but only one pyramid
10. Question 10

A cube is also a...
Cuboids have 6 faces and 12 edges

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