Common Core: Kindergarten Math : Draw and Model Shapes: CCSS.Math.Content.K.G.B.5

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Example Question #971 : Common Core Math: Kindergarten

What piece is missing to complete this square?

Explanation:

To complete the square you need to fill in the top with a straight line that goes from left to right.

Example Question #972 : Common Core Math: Kindergarten

What piece is missing to complete this square?

Explanation:

To complete the square you need to fill in the bottom with a straight line that goes from left to right.

Example Question #1 : Draw And Model Shapes: Ccss.Math.Content.K.G.B.5

What piece is missing to complete this square?

Explanation:

To complete the square you need to fill in the left side with a straight line that goes up and down.

Example Question #2 : Draw And Model Shapes: Ccss.Math.Content.K.G.B.5

What piece is missing to complete this triangle?

Explanation:

The triangle is missing the base, which is a straight line that connects the sides.

Example Question #3 : Draw And Model Shapes: Ccss.Math.Content.K.G.B.5

What piece is missing to complete this triangle?

Explanation:

The triangle is missing the right side. This line is straight, but it slants to the right.

Example Question #4 : Draw And Model Shapes: Ccss.Math.Content.K.G.B.5

What piece is missing to complete this triangle?

Explanation:

The triangle is missing the left side. This line is straight, but it slants to the left.

Example Question #977 : Common Core Math: Kindergarten

What piece is missing to complete this pentagon?

Explanation:

The pentagon is missing one of its left sides. It's a straight line that slants to the left.

Example Question #978 : Common Core Math: Kindergarten

What piece is missing to complete this pentagon?

Explanation:

The pentagon is missing one of its right sides. It's a straight line that slants to the right.

Example Question #21 : Analyzing, Comparing, Creating, And Composing Shapes

What piece is missing to complete this pentagon?

Explanation:

The pentagon is missing one of its right sides. It's a straight line that slants to the left.

Example Question #979 : Common Core Math: Kindergarten

What piece is missing to complete this pentagon?