Yesterday Room 4 Maths made 3D shapes out of clay. We used clay, water, a plastic wooden knife, plastic ruler and paper. The shape me and Naomi (my partner) decided to make was a hexagonal prism which is a 3D shape. We made these shapes for our young ones who are struggling to find real life 3D shapes. So we decided to step in and help them out by making them. We used a template to make the shape perfect. The shape is based on a hexagon. When we go to present our creations we have to ask them questions these are my questions: How much faces does it have? How many Edges does it have? Does it have 12 vertices.. How do you know?