This fun geometry game requires players to use measurement, find perimeter, and draw polygons. It's great for a fourth grade math student!
On this geometry worksheet, your third-grader will look at the different triangles and label them as equilateral, isosceles or scalene
On this worksheet, your child will learn to name polygons and identify them in the world around him.
Learn some basic geometry with this worksheet all about the angle.
With this worksheet, your third-grader will get practice reflecting, rotating, and transforming shapes.
Geometry's a snap when you practice with an art project! Introduce your child to advanced mathematical concepts like shape and symmetry with a butterfly.
Give your child some practice identifying lines, line segments, and rays with this geometry worksheet.
This worksheet will give your child practice learning the difference between similar and congruent shapes.
In this 3rd grade geometry worksheet, your child will practice identifying trapezoids among other shapes and will color them in to find a hidden word.
In this 3rd grade geometry worksheet, your child will practice identifying parallelograms among other shapes and will color them in to find a hidden word.
With this worksheet, your third-grader will become more comfortable identifying the different units of measurement for liquid volume.
Which solid figure describes a baseball? A sphere! Kids completing this third grade math worksheet match common objects to solid geometric figures.
In this 3rd grade geometry worksheet, your child will complete each polygon using a ruler, then identify what type of polygon it is.
Is your third-grader ready to start learning about volume? Introduce her to the concept with this clear and easily understood worksheet.
Help your third-grader learn about right angle geometry with this simple geometry worksheet.
In this third grade geometry worksheet, your child will practice identifying right, acute, and obtuse angles.