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in this video we are going to learn the

2d shapes let's write we are going to

investigate them one by one we're gonna

take you on a journey to discover the 2d

shapes the easy ones and maybe some of

the ones that maybe you don't know yet

some of the 2d shapes are super easy and

you'll be like I know all of these but

then some of the other shapes are wait

can we all agree that was a very weird

sound and we should just probably never

we should never record that kind of

sound again yeah that was that was not

that was not good alright 2d shape okay

so let's start here the trusty circle

wheel of this circle right you've gotta

love circles circles are cool this is

what a circle looks like here it is your

basic circle well this is what a circle

looks like it looks like a really big

dot doesn't it

next let's look at this shape this shape

is a triangle a triangle this is very

interesting okay here it is again the

triangle the triangle now triangles are

easy to spot not just because you can

learn what this shape looks like like

this you can actually count the sides of

the shape to discover that the shape is

a triangle so let's count the sides

together one two three this shape has

three sides a triangle has three sides

not all triangles look the exact same

look at this triangle we know that this

is a triangle because of its sides let's

count them together one two three there

are three sides every triangle has three

sides it just looks more squished than

the other triangle but it's still a

triangle now here is something very

interesting very interesting let's say

we took the triangle and we stretched it

out it's still a triangle right but if

you did the same thing to the circle if

you stretched out that circle it

actually becomes a different shape a

shape called what yeah an oval an oval

when you stretch out a circle it becomes

an oval and that's our third shape here

it is again an oval an oval an oval is a

stretched out circle basically right an

oval you've seen these around right can

you say that with us oval oval

let's look through these three shapes

again just to make sure we really know

them what is this shape yeah a triangle

what's this shape do you know yeah it's

an oval what's this shape yeah a circle

okay what is this shape yeah

it's an oval what is this shape uh-huh

it's a triangle what is this shape yeah

a circle now we're gonna get help from

our friend Clarence who's gonna show us

the next four shapes okay the next four

shapes all have one thing in common they

have four sides four shapes that have

four sides so let's meet these shapes

the first one is this shape this shape

is a square a square a very common very

popular shape the next shape is this

shape what is this shape you already

know yeah a rectangle a rectangle the

next shape is not as popular and you

might not be familiar with it this shape

is a trapezoid oh that's a fun word to

say can you say trapezoid Wow trapezoid

and the final shape is this one which is

a parallelogram Wow parallelogram

first let's look closer at the square

okay

the square has four sides of course but

all four of the sides are the same

length okay so it looks like a perfect

box doesn't it a square a square has

four sides that are all the same length

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next we're gonna take a closer look at

the rectangle yeah rectangles are pretty

cool they are usually drawn like

stretched out squares aren't they

it almost looks like a square that's

been stretched out but a rectangle is

any shape that has four sides and has

four corners that look like these and

they're usually drawn like this so they

can be drawn differently they're usually

drawn like a stretched-out square

next we are going to take a closer look

at the trapezoid what a cool shape named

trapezoid two of the sides are parallel

to one another and the other two sides

are not that's what makes a trapezoid a

trapezoid you might be wondering what

does parallel mean well let's show you

we'll show you with these lines these

lines are parallel to one another

parallel lines are the same distance

apart at every point they never move

closer or further away let's look at our

trapezoid again the top side and the

bottom side those are parallel to one

another because at every point they're

the same distance from each other aren't

they but what makes a trapezoid so

unique is look at these two sides these

two sides are not parallel to one

another they're actually moving apart as

you move down the shape don't pay

besides are actually moving away from

one another they are not parallel to one

another that's what makes this shape a

trapezoid okay Clarence we hope you're

ready the last four-sided shape that

we're gonna be looking closer at is the

parallelogram and as the name might

suggest it's named after the fact that

the opposite sides of the parallelogram

are always parallel to one another

that's what makes a parallelogram a

parallelogram a parallelogram can be

drawn in many different ways but this is

the most popular way to draw a

parallelogram to draw almost like a

rectangle that is having the wind blow

really fast towards it so it's almost

bending backwards it's almost looking

like a slant

to rectangle that is the way that a

parallelogram is usually drawn okay so

what's this shape do you remember yeah a

square and what about this shape uh-huh

a rectangle

what about this shape uh-huh it's a

parallelogram and what about this shape

what's this

uh-huh a trapezoid hey Clarence thanks

for helping us with

oh are you brushing your teeth oh okay

well good for you that's awesome thanks

for helping and Wow that's it's

important to brush your teeth this is

great I didn't know bears brush their

teeth but that's phenomenal

that's great are we we've got more

shapes to cover here we got it we got to

go sorry sorry Clarence we're gonna

don't leave your bathroom now we only

have three more shapes to show you the

first is the Pentagon the Pentagon has

five sides

next is the hexagon the hexagon has how

many sides

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uh-huh six six sides a hexagon has six

sides and the final shape we're showing

you today is the octagon the octagon has

eight sides

eight sides you've seen these shapes

before have you ever played soccer yeah

you see two of the shapes in a soccer

ball the white panels are hexagons each

white panel is a hexagon and you could

see there are six sides for each white

panel on a soccer ball and each black

panel is a Pentagon there are five sides

for every black panel on a soccer ball a

soccer ball is covered in hexagons and

pentagons you've also seen octagons in

real life have you ever noticed that a

stop sign is an octagon yeah a stop sign

is an octagon it's a shape that has

eight sides hey a special thumbs up to

you you've done a great job in fact

you've done so well we're gonna quiz you

yeah we're gonna it's quiz time we're

gonna find out how many of these shapes

you can remember that you know it's

gonna be awesome you're gonna do great

you've been paying attention okay what

is this shape if you need to count the

sides go ahead

what is this shape

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uh-huh this shape is an octagon good job

okay here's the next one

what is this shape what is this shape do

you remember uh huh a trapezoid

yeah what a fun name to say trapezoid

this is a trapezoid two of the sides are

parallel to one another and the other

two sides are not parallel to one

another

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okay let's try this shape what is this

shape if you need to count up the sides

what shape is this

great job a Pentagon a Pentagon has five

sides great job okay you're doing a

great job you're doing a great job how

about this shape okay how about this

shape what shape is this yeah a triangle

a triangle we know it's a triangle

because it has how many sides uh-huh

three a triangle has three sides well

done all right let's give this shape a

world what shape is this what shape is

this looks pretty cool but what shape is

it

do you remember uh-huh a parallelogram

that one's fun to say too parallelogram

can we say that together a parallelogram

oh you can say it louder than that

parallelogram oh come on one one more

time one more time

parallelogram great a parallelogram

alright here is the last shape that

we're gonna quiz you on what is this

shape hmm you can count up the sides

what kind of shape is this Wow Wow

impressive

yeah yeah this is a hexagon we know it's

a hexagon because it has how many sides

six sides yes Wow very impressive that

is so impressive well done that's great

this is a hexagon because it has six

sides we had so much fun with you

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