This geometry worksheet has your student calculating the distance between two points on a coordinate plane.
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.
Your student will use a geometric net to find the area of different shapes.
Have your student apply geometrical formulas to real world problems with worksheet on volume.
Your student will compute the volume of rectangular prisms in this worksheet.
This worksheet asks your student to find the area of a variety of polygons.
This worksheet has some real-world exercises for finding actual distances based on a scale.
In this worksheet, your student will find the area and circumference of a variety of circles.
In this worksheet, your student will draw shapes according to the side lengths and angles.
This is a great drill for drawing triangles using three angle measurements.
It’s an angle smorgasbord in this geometry worksheet! Students will review the figure and determine which angles are complementary, adjacent, vertical, and congruent.
This worksheet helps your student visualize slices of three-dimensional shapes.
Your student will calculate surface area and volume of prisms in this geometry worksheet.
Students are challenged about their knowledge of angle relationships, finding a value for vertical angles, linear pairs, and complementary angles. This practice activity is designed for students in Grades 7 and up.
Your student will be angling for an A after this missing angle worksheet!
Adjacent angles are an amazing adventure! Students will use the figure on the right side of the worksheet and determine which angles are adjacent to the ones in question.
You’ll like this complementary angle worksheet!
Try this linear pair worksheet!
In this worksheet your student will draw and identify reflex angles.
Supplement your youngster’s learning with this supplementary angle worksheet!
Vertical angles are the focus of this worksheet.