This worksheet asks your student to divide shapes into halves.
Geometry Worksheets for Practice
Please use any of the geometry worksheets below in your classroom or at home. Just click on the math worksheet title and click on the download link under the worksheet image. Feel free to duplicate as necessary.
Here’s a geometry worksheet on recognizing triangles and quadrilaterals based on the number of angles.
Hexagon or pentagon: it’s all in the number of angles!
Count the angles to determine the type of shape: triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon or hexagon!
Your youngster will count the number of angles in different shapes in this geometry worksheet.
Here’s a smashingly fun worksheet on identifying quadrilaterals!
This worksheet hits the target for identifying quadrilaterals!
In this worksheet, your student will find the area by counting unit squares and developing a number sentence for the area.
This worksheet includes word problems for finding the perimeter of polygons.
In this worksheet, your student will find the area of Farmer Green’s land by breaking the rectilinear figure into rectangles.
Your student will determine the quadrilateral in this colorful worksheet.
All aboard for a fun worksheet on finding perimeters!
Your student will find the area of rectangles presented in word problems in this worksheet.
Your student will practice finding the line of symmetry in angles.
In this worksheet, students add and subtract angle measures to solve for an unknown angle. Some problems involve angle measures in common shapes. A 4th grade + geometry worksheet.
A great combo worksheet on measuring and sketching angles.
In this worksheet, your youngster will identify the acute, obtuse and right angles.
Students classify each of the angles on this geometry worksheet as acute, obtuse, right or straight. This is a 4th grade geometry activity but can be used where appropriate.
Let’s make angles out of rays!
Your student will draw the line of symmetry in this 4th grade worksheet.