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Year 1 Shapes - Everyday Objects
Road signs can be square, oblong or even triangular but this one is a circle.

Year 1 Shapes - Everyday Objects

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 relating shapes to everyday objects.

When talking about shapes, Year 1 children will begin to realise that some of the objects in the everyday world around them are similar to some of the shapes they have learnt about. They should be able to recognise that some everyday objects have particular shapes and may, for example, relate a box of cereal to a cuboid or relate a window to an oblong.

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Question 1
These marbles are...
Circles
Spheres
Cubes
Cuboids
They are spheres and so roll really well
Question 2
What shape are these building blocks?
Spheres
Cubes
Pyramids
Squares
Cubes are good for stacking
Question 3
What shape is this window?
Square
Circle
Triangle
Oblong
This is a round window!
Question 4
Our planet is a...
Round
Square
Circle
Sphere
Most planets are considered to be spheres
Question 5
What shape is this road sign?
A square
A cube
A triangle
A sphere
Lots of warning signs are triangular
Question 6
What shape is the letterbox?
An oblong
A sphere
A square
A triangle
Oblongs have two pairs of sides and 4 90 degree angles
Question 7
What shape is a cereal box?
A sphere
A square
A rectangle
A cuboid
Lots of foods are stored in cuboid-shaped boxes!
Question 8
What shape are these buildings?
Spheres
Pyramids
Cubes
Circles
These are the famous pyramids in Egypt
Question 9
What shape is on top of this building?
Cube
Oblong
Pyramid
Sphere
It is a pyramid made from glass
Question 10
These swimming pool tiles are...
Spheres
Triangles
Circles
Squares
Squares fit together easily to make patterns
You can find more about this topic by visiting BBC Bitesize - 2D and 3D shapes

Author:  Angela Smith

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