Directions: Using the diagram, fill in the blanks with the names of the shapes to make each statement true.
__________ has more sides than __________
__________ has the same number of sides as __________
__________ has more vertices than __________
How many sides to they have?
How many vertices? (vertices are the points at corners (where two sides meet))
The triangle has more sides than the oval (ellipse).
The rhombus (or kite or diamond) has the same number of sides as the square.
The rectangle has more vertices than the circle.
Source: Bryan Anderson