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A Net is a two-dimensional figure that can be folded into a three-dimensional object.

Sample Geometry Learning Goals

  1. 2-D representation of cube, cuboid, cone, cylinder, prism and pyramid,
  2. identifying nets of the following solids ∗ cube, ∗ cuboid, ∗ prism, ∗ pyramid,
  3. identifying the solid which can be formed by a given net,
  4. making 3-D solids from given nets. Exclude nets of cylinder and cone.

For Teachers

A net is a two-dimensional figure that can be folded into a three-dimensional object.

11 Nets of Cube for Primary Math by Loo Kang Wee and CH Thong


according to there are 54 ways for nets of cuboid to form a 3D object.


Ways to identify "non-net" of cube

  1. have more than or fewer than 6 squares
  2. the squares overlap
  3. 4 squares share a common vertex
  4. 2 squares lie on the same side of a centre row of 4 squares
  5. having more tahn 4 squares in a row




  1. by  Net of A Cube ETD to go



Other Resources

  1. by Thong Link2 permission given
  2. by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM).
  3. by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM).
  4. Nets of 3d figures by Edward Knote
  5. by Mathieu BlossierGeoGebra Materials Team
  6. 3D 11 nets by Anthony C.M. OR
  7. all eleven nets in a view by Anthony C.M. OR
  8. of 11 nets by Anthony C.M. ORChow Kong FaiFreyja Fallson-ReeLepressleyRobynazbAmanda FultonSharynPatrice MarchbankTerry Lee Lindenmuthbahja abdelkader
  9. Rectangular Pyramid by Edward Knote
  10. of Cubiod y Michael Bailey
  11. by Jo Edkins
  12. by Dinko Nadih

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