Three-dimensional Figures

Three-dimensional Figures

Curriculum Expectation

Overall Expectation

Demonstrate an understanding of the development and use of geometric and measurement relationships, and apply these relationships to solve problems, including problems involving real-life situations

Specific Expectation

Solve problems using the relationships between the volume of prisms and spheres and between the volume of cylinders and cones, involving various units of measure


Learning Objectives/Big Idea

Learning Objective: To be able to solve problems involving prisms, spheres, cylinders and cones.

Big  Idea: Three-dimensional figures are common in problems involving real-life situations

Binogi Related Resources

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Additional Resources - Lesson Plan Template


  • English-Mandarin
  • Add your own language

  • Prism
  • Sphere
  • Cylinder
  • Cone

The Bilingual and Add Your Language Glossary Sheets to the left include terms from Binogi’s Three-dimensional Figures Videos.

Interactive Game Booklet

Flipped Classroom

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Students are assigned to watch the Binogi videos on Three-dimensional Figures prior to the lesson. (Make sure students have an access to internet). Then, they record at least 1 question and 1 interesting/surprising fact they learned from the videos to share with the class Padlet or Scrumblr.

Language Friendly Pedagogy

Students can use the Concept Detective table to understand new concepts they are learning. They may include a description in English or a language of their choice. They can draw a picture or add an image to explain the meaning of one of the concepts they learned.