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**1. **J.Stewart Highcliffe 3 Dimensional Shapes

**2. **J.Stewart Highcliffe It is a Cube It has six square faces
This shape has eight vertices
It also has 12 edges
A dice is usually this shape.

**3. **J.Stewart Highcliffe These are Cuboids These shapes have six faces
All of the faces are rectangles (some of them may be squares)
They have 12 edges
There are 8 vertices on each shape

**4. **J.Stewart Highcliffe These are Cylinders These shapes have 2 circular faces
They each have a curved surface
They have no vertices
They have 2 edges

**5. **J.Stewart Highcliffe These are all different types of Prisms A prism has two ends that are exactly the same size and shape and they are parallel to each other. A prism is the same size and shape all the way through.

**6. **J.Stewart Highcliffe This is a Triangular Prism This shape has 5 faces
Three faces are rectangular
Two faces are triangular
It has 9 edges and 6 vertices
This shape is often used for tents and Toblerone bars

**7. **J.Stewart Highcliffe This is a Pentagonal based Prism This shape has 7 faces
Five faces are rectangular
Two faces are pentagons
It has 10 vertices and 15 edges

**8. **J.Stewart Highcliffe This is a Hexagonal Prism This shape has 8 faces
Six faces are rectangular
Two faces are hexagons
It has 12 vertices and 18 edges

**9. **J.Stewart Highcliffe The following are all different types of Pyramids The sides of a pyramid are always triangles. They meet in a point at the top. This is called the apex. The base is a polygon, it can be any 2D shape

**10. **J.Stewart Highcliffe This is a Square based Pyramid
This shape has 5 faces
One face is a square
The other 4 faces are triangles
It has 8 edges and 5 vertices

**11. **J.Stewart Highcliffe This is a Pentagonal based Pyramid
This shape has 6 faces
One face is a pentagon
The other 5 faces are triangles
It has 10 edges and 6 vertices

**12. **J.Stewart Highcliffe This is a Hexagonal based Pyramid This shape has 7 faces
One of the faces is a hexagon
The other six faces are triangles
It has 12 edges and 7 vertices

**13. **J.Stewart Highcliffe This is a Triangular based Pyramid
This shape has 4 faces
All of the faces are triangles
It has 6 edges and 4 vertices

**14. **J.Stewart Highcliffe