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2-Dimensional Shapes for Class 1 Maths

This discussion is about the most common 2-dimensional shapes present in the surroundings. This concept will help them to identify the shapes with their names.

In this learning concept, the student will learn about

Each concept is explained to class 1 maths students with examples, illustrations and a mind map is added at the end to summarize the idea. Two printable worksheets with solutions of 2-D shapes are attached at the end of the page for the students to practice. Download the worksheet to test your knowledge.

Shapes:

Every day we see different shapes around us. Each shape has different dimensions. A shape can be defined as the form of an object or its outline, outer boundary or outer surface.

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Based on the dimensions we can classify shapes as:

1.Two-dimensional shapes (2-D shapes)

2.Three-dimensional shapes (3-D shapes)

What Is a 2-Dimensional Shape


  • 2-D means ‘two-dimensional’.
  • 2-D shapes or Two-dimensional shapes are flat plane figures or a shape that has two dimensions.
  • 2-D shapes have no thickness.
  • To classify 2-D shapes we look sides and corners of the shapes.

There are various 2-D shapes.

What Is Circle

A circle is a 2-D shape with one curved side and no corners.

CIRCLE

Example:

The shapes of the following objects look like a circle.

example of circle

Semi-circle:

  • A 2-D shape that is obtained by dividing a circle into two equal parts.
  • Exactly half of a circle.
  • A semi-circle has one straight side and one curved side.
SEMICIRCLE

Example:

The shapes of the following objects look like a semi-circle.

example of semi circle shape

Oval:

  • An oval is a 2-D shape that looks like the outline of an egg.
  • An oval is a round shape that is elongated rather than perfectly round, as a circle is.
OVAL

Example:

The shapes of the following objects look like an oval.

example of oval

Triangle:

A triangle is a 2-D shape that has 3 sides and 3 corners.

TRIANGLE

Example:

The shapes of the following objects look like a triangle.

example of semi triangle shape

What Is Square

A square is a 2-D shape with 4 sides and 4 corners, and all sides are equal.

SQUARE

Example:

The shapes of the following objects look like a square.

example of square shape

What Is a Rectangle

A rectangle is a 2-D shape with 4 sides and 4 corners, and opposite sides are equal.

RECTANGLE

Example:

The shapes of the following objects look like a rectangle.

example of rectangle

Following are some other types of 2-D shapes.

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