How to Make 3-D Shapes?

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You can make 3D shapes out of pretty much any sturdy paper or foam board and some scissors. You start by drawing the shapes 'net' or the pattern it would make if it was peeled apart and laid flat, then you cut out the net and fold the paper into the shape. Check out this site for more instructions, nets, tips, and hints. www.adrianbruce.com
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Three dimensional shapes are made by taking the idea of a two dimensional shape and extending into the third dimension. We are surrounded by 3-D shapes, which are characterized by their depth along the z axis. For more information look here: Some 2-D and 3-D shapes. www.brightideasteaching.co.uk;
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