Math Exam studying
Get your fifth grader involved in some geometry detective work! With a little practice, it's easy to find the missing base in a series of triangles.
Get your fifth grader involved in some geometry detective work!This fun practice worksheet will teach him how to find the base of a group of triangles.
Once your fifth grader has mastered the basics, it's time to start finding the surface areas of 3-D shapes--like cubes.
Practice calculating the area of a triangle with this helpful sheet. Your child will use his basic multiplication and division skills to find the area of each triangle.
This coordinate plane worksheet challenges budding mathematicians to find coordinates and translate shapes. Try our coordinate plane worksheet with your kid.
Your child will use his geometry skills to find the surface area of each box, and the one with the most surface area wins!
Your child will determine the winner of each boxing match by figuring out which box has the most surface area.
Make surface area fun with this "boxing" match worksheet. Each box has a different surface area, and the biggest box is the winner!
On this worksheet, your child willl need to use his triangle knowledge to find the areas of the sails on the sailboat.
Take your child's geometry practice to the seas! Can your child use his triangle knowledge to find the area of the sail on this sailboat?