Shapes that do not have volume (they are flat) are called two-dimensional (2D), e.g. the square and the circle. How many more two-dimensional shapes can you think of?
We have four 11-plus Maths quizzes on shapes and this is our first and easiest. You should get all of these questions correct, so make sure you do before you move onto our next quiz. The third quiz (medium) focuses on triangles and our hardest quiz takes a look at quadrilaterals.
Do you have a favourite shape? Have you ever tried to draw an animal using just one or two shapes? It's fun! See if you can draw a pig using only circles. But before you get your pencils out, play this quiz.
TIP! A quadrilateral is a closed 2D-shape formed by four straight lines, e.g. a square.
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