# Worksheet: Roll, Stack, and Slide

In this worksheet, we will practice how to classify three-dimensional shapes based on their ability to roll, stack, and slide.

Q1:

Where does this shape belong? • A • B Q2:

Which of these shapes can roll? • A(b)
• B(c)
• C(d)
• D(a)

Q3:

Which group does this shape belong to? • A • B Q4:

Some shapes can slide.

This cube slides on its flat face. Pick another shape that can slide.

• A • B Q5:

Shapes can roll, stack, or slide.

Pick a shape that can roll.

• A • B • C Pick a shape that can stack.

• A • B • C Pick a shape that can slide.

• A • B Q6:

Which group does this shape belong to? • A • B Q7:

Think about shapes that can roll, stack, and slide.

One of these shapes can roll and slide.

Which one?

• A • B One of these shapes can slide and stack.

Which one?

• A • B Q8:

Some shapes can stack.

Pick another shape that can stack. • A • B • C Q9:

Some shapes can roll.

Pick another shape that can roll. • A • B • C Q10:

Which of the following figures can be easily rolled? • A(b)
• B(d)
• C(c)
• D(a)

Q11:

How many of these shapes can be rolled? Q12:

True or False: A cylinder can roll and slide. • ATrue
• BFalse

Q13:

Which of the following shapes can not roll?

• A • B • C • D Q14:

True or False: A cone can stack. • ATrue
• BFalse