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Relate Square to Cube

Worksheets to help students relate the square to the cube, and describe the cube based on attributes.

A cube is a three-dimensional structure made up of six squares. Each face of a cube is a square that have the same size and angles. Imagine six squares folded and glued together at their edges to form a cube.

How to draw a cube?

- Draw a square. (You’ve already drawn one face of the cube)
- Starting a little above the middle of the top edge, draw a straight line parallel to the top edge and about the same length.
- Make a square corner with the right side parallel to the right edge.
- Draw 3 lines to connect the corners of the square to the endpoints of the lines you just drew.

Have a look at this video if you need to learn how to relate the square to the cube and how to draw a cube.

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