Interactive 3D cube perspective games

These games are great for developing 3 D perspective with Primary students.
1. Count the cubes : Cubes drop from the top of the screen and create a 3D structure. Students are required to count the cubes and enter the total number before the time is up.
2. Building houses with side views: Students are provided with 3 views of a particular 3D model and are required to reconstruct the model. They can rotate their model in order to determine if it matches the original design.
3. Teacher LED 3D shapes with isometric paper: This resource enables students to view, rotate and draw 3D shapes.

You may also like to download the 3D shapes Notebook that I created a while ago. Please note, the document may be downloaded for educational purposes only and may not be uploaded onto any other website.

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