Thursday, June 23, 2011

Pentagonal Prism

Here are the instructions for making a pentagonal prism. You will need 2 pentagons and 10 rectangles. Start by placing a the shapes on a flat surface as in the picture below.
This is the "net" for a 3-D pentagonal prism
Complete by folding and putting the other pentagon at the other end. There are 5 sides on a pentagon. fold the flat shape to make a 3-D shape. It is called a pentagonal prism. If you like you can put more rectangles in the middle to make a longer shape.
3-D pentagonal prism

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