Worksheets, examples, and solutions to help Grade 2 students learn how to build, identify, and analyze two-dimensional shapes with specified attributes.

Common Core Standards: 2.G.1, 2.MD.1

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### New York State Common Core Math Grade 2, Module 8, Lesson 2

### NYS Math Grade 2, Module 8, Lesson 2

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Lesson 2 Concept Development and Homework

1. Count the number of sides and angles for each shape to identify each polygon. The polygon names in the word bank may be used more than once.

Hexagon, Quadrilateral, Triangle, Pentagon

2. Draw more sides to complete 2 examples of each polygon.

a. Quadrilateral

_____ lines were added.

There are ______ total sides.

b. Pentagon

_____ lines were added.

There are ______ total sides.

c. Triangle

_____ lines were added.

There are ______ total sides.

d. Hexagon

_____ lines were added.

There are ______ total sides.

3. Explain why both polygon A and B are pentagons.

4. Explain why both polygon C and D are triangles.

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Common Core Standards: 2.G.1, 2.MD.1

Related Topics:

Common Core Math Resources, Lesson Plans & Worksheets for all grades

Common Core Math Video Lessons, Math Worksheets and Games for Grade 2

Common Core Math Video Lessons, Math Worksheets and Games for all grades

Lesson 2 Concept Development and Homework

1. Count the number of sides and angles for each shape to identify each polygon. The polygon names in the word bank may be used more than once.

Hexagon, Quadrilateral, Triangle, Pentagon

2. Draw more sides to complete 2 examples of each polygon.

a. Quadrilateral

_____ lines were added.

There are ______ total sides.

b. Pentagon

_____ lines were added.

There are ______ total sides.

c. Triangle

_____ lines were added.

There are ______ total sides.

d. Hexagon

_____ lines were added.

There are ______ total sides.

3. Explain why both polygon A and B are pentagons.

4. Explain why both polygon C and D are triangles.

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