Figuring it's never too early to start our baby daughter's mathematical education, my wife and I have been trying to use proper geometric terms for her toys. "Put the ______ in the bucket!" works just fine for "cube", "cylinder", and "triangular prism", but then we've got these shapes:
These baffle the both of us, and google is proving unhelpful. The orange shape feels like a "star prism", given it has two bases and an obvious star projection in two dimensions when viewed base-on, but we aren't sure. We've no idea on the purple shape. In purple's case, it's not even clear it's actually a polygon. Unlike the other shapes, where edge curvature looks to be a byproduct of molding, purple has an obvious arc to some of its faces.
So, what are these things? What can we tell our daughter to put back in the toy chest?