Geometry Worksheets and Printables

Covering a range of topics and difficulty levels, our geometry worksheets guide your child through the mathematical world of polygons, trapezoids, and obtuse angles! Get everything from basic shape worksheets for kindergartners to geometry worksheets for high schoolers that feature coordinate grids and volume.
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Symmetry and Congruence Symmetry and Congruence Covering the concepts of symmetry and congruence in geometry, this worksheet is perfect for third graders who need a quick review.
Basic Geometry: Anatomy of an Angle Basic Geometry: Anatomy of an Angle Learn some basic geometry with this worksheet all about the angle.
Shapes and Pictures Shapes and Pictures Almost everything is made up of common shapes your kid is sure to recognize.
Geometry Lines Geometry Lines Get to know the geometry of the line with this worksheet, which also goes over parallel and perpendicular lines.
2D and 3D Shapes 2D and 3D Shapes Boost your child's understanding of geometry dimensions with this worksheet that challenges her to match 2D and 3D Shapes.
Parts of a Circle: Learning with Mr. Frog Parts of a Circle: Learning with Mr. Frog Give your child a head-start in learning the parts of a circle with a little help from Mr. Frog!
Geometry: Name That Angle! Geometry: Name That Angle! Kids completing this third grade math worksheet practice identifying right angles, acute angles, and obtuse angles.
Shapes and Fractions Shapes and Fractions Revisit geometry and fraction concepts with this mini quiz that covers everything from congruent shapes and perimeter to symmetry and fractions.
Shape Review: Line Segments, Symmetry, and More Shape Review: Line Segments, Symmetry, and More Review second grade geometry concepts from two- and three-dimensional shapes to symmetry with this helpful shape study guide.
How Many Sides? How Many Sides? Here's a geometry challenge for your first grader that puts his counting skills to work: can he count the number of sides each shape has?
Geometric Patterns: What Comes Next? Geometric Patterns: What Comes Next? Perfect for puzzle lovers, this complete-the-pattern worksheet is a great way to build logical reasoning skills.
Seeing Shapes: Rectangular Prisms Seeing Shapes: Rectangular Prisms Teach your first grader about this common shape with this worksheet that asks him to circle the everyday things shaped like rectangular prisms.
Calculating the Area of a Pentagon Calculating the Area of a Pentagon In this fourth grade geometry worksheet, your child will learn how to calculate the area of a pentagon by breaking it down into rectangles and triangles first.
Find the Area of a Rectangle: Intermediate Find the Area of a Rectangle: Intermediate In this intermediate-level geometry worksheet, your child will calculate the area of each rectangle using the values given.
Shape Basics: Congruent Shapes Shape Basics: Congruent Shapes Kids build their shape knowledge by identifying congruent shapes.
Symmetrical Drawing Symmetrical Drawing This cute piggy picture needs to be completed, and it's up to your child to use math to finish it.
Covering a range of topics and difficulty levels, our geometry worksheets guide your child through the mathematical world of polygons, trapezoids, and obtuse angles! Get everything from basic shape worksheets for kindergartners to geometry worksheets for high schoolers that feature coordinate grids and volume.

Geometry by Ages and Grades

Geometry worksheets are great learning tools for kids in preschool through high school! Students at different ages learn geometry in different ways. Here are some of the different ways that kids learn geometry by grade:

  • Young children and students in early elementary school grades learn about shapes by sight and name only. Kids up to first grade will be able to name the shape, but not explain what makes it a circle. Kids at this level will benefit from basic geometry worksheets that ask them to identify a pictured shape.
  • Students in second grade through the end of elementary school are able to talk about what characteristics make a geometric shape. They'll be able to tell you that a square has four equal sides and angles. Children in these grades will learn best with geometry worksheets in which kids rotate shapes, identify more complex polygons such as hexagons, and use tangrams.
  • Middle schoolers are able to see the relationship between shapes using angle measurements and more. Print out geometry worksheets with measurement and graphing exercises for kids in sixth through eighth grade.
  • High schoolers will begin working on creating geometric proofs to define different shapes, figures, and angles. Try geometry proofs worksheets with your high schooler.