### Video Transcript

Circles

In this video, we will learn how to
identify circles regardless of their orientation, size, or color. Circles can come in many different
colors and sizes. How can we tell if a shape is a
circle? We know that circles are 2D
shapes. What else do we know about
circles? They are round. How do we draw a circle? A circle is a continuous curve.

There are lots of examples of
circles in real life. A doughnut is a circle, and the
hole in the center of the donut is also a circle. This part of the frying pan is a
circle. This pizza is also a circle, and so
are the slices of pepperoni on top. Circles are all around us. See how many you can spot. Let’s try identifying some circles
with some practice questions.

Choose the circle.

We’re shown five different 2D
shapes, and we have to choose the circle. Let’s think about what we know
about circles. We know a circle is a 2D shape, but
all of these shapes are 2D shapes. What else do we know about
circles? We know that circles are round. Which of our 2D shapes is
round? It’s this one right at the
bottom. This is the only 2D shape we can
see which is round. This is the circle. All of the other shapes have
straight sides. We chose the circle.

How many circles are in this
picture?

We’re showed a picture of a
train. It’s being made from lots of 2D
shapes. We have to count the number of
circles in the picture. How many circles can you see? The wheels of the train are made
from circles. Here’s one, two, three, four. There are four circles in this
picture of a train.

What have we learned in this
video? We’ve learned how to identify
circles. We’ve learned that circles are
round, and they can come in different sizes or colors. They’re still circles.