I have some friends that do and I can show you one right now!
Jaiden, I would like to introduce you to Adam! He knows about triangles.
I know that an isosceles triangle has one acute angle and two equal angles, an obtuse angle has one obtuse angle, and an equilateral triangle has 3 equivalent angles.
This is my friend Rebecca, she knows about some 3-D shapes.
I only know about how a cube is a 6 sided block with even sides and faces, a prism is a polyhedron with an N-sided polygonal base, and that a sphere is a perfectly round object in a 3-D space.
This is Devon, he knows about some other 3-D figures.
I know that a tetrahedron is a polygon with 4 triangular faces, an Icosahedron is a polygon with 20 flat faces, and that a Dodecahedron is a polygon but with 12 flat faces.
This is Tim, he knows about three other geometric shapes.
What I know about geometric shapes is that a square pyramid is a pyramid with a square base, a tessellation is the flat surface of a plane using geometric shapes with no gaps and no overlaps, and that a decagon is a 10 sided polygon.
Thanks James, but, can you tell me all of that again? I wasn't paying that much attention...