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: Complete the Shape 2 Symmetry: Complete the Shape 2 This worksheet helps kids grasp the concept of symmetry by asking them to draw in the other half of each picture and complete a symmetrical shape.
Line Logic: Parallel and Perpendicular #1 Line Logic: Parallel and Perpendicular #1 Wally the Worm needs help figuring out the difference between parallel and perpendicular lines.
Line Logic: Parallel and Perpendicular #3 Line Logic: Parallel and Perpendicular #3 Parallel, perpendicular--what's the difference?
Symmetry: Complete the Shape 3 Symmetry: Complete the Shape 3 Kids learn about symmetry by drawing the other half of each picture to make a symmetrical shape.
How to Draw a Hot Air Balloon How to Draw a Hot Air Balloon Use simple shapes to create a regal hot air balloon in this easy breezy beginner's art worksheet!
Symmetry: Complete the Shape Symmetry: Complete the Shape Help your child understand the concept of symmetry with this colorful math worksheet.
Locations, Locations: At the Carnival Locations, Locations: At the Carnival Can your child help out a family that's lost at the carnival?
Reflection, Rotation, Translation Reflection, Rotation, Translation Each shape has been transformed in some way.
How to Draw a Kite How to Draw a Kite In this worksheet from our How to Draw series, emerging artists can learn to break pictures into geometric shapes.
Olympic Arithmetic: Ski Trail Tracker #1 Olympic Arithmetic: Ski Trail Tracker #1 Can the Winter Olympics spark your child's interest in arithmetic?
Math isn't always about numbers: sometimes it's about art! Help your first grader get a grip on the more abstract concepts of math with these worksheets on shapes.
Get in Shape! Build Pre-Geometry Skills Math isn't always about numbers: sometimes it's about art!
Identifying Angles Identifying Angles Does your child know the difference between a right angle, acute angle, and obtuse angle?
Math isn't always about numbers; sometimes it's about matching, estimating, and drawing. Help your child learn the more abstract ideas in math with these shape worksheets.
Shape Up: Basic Shapes for Kindergarteners Math isn't always about numbers; sometimes it's about matching, estimating, and drawing.
What is Pi? What is Pi? In mathematics, pi is more than just a delicious treat!
How to Draw a Superhero! How to Draw a Superhero! It's a bird... it's a plane?
Coordinate Grid Map Coordinate Grid Map Navigate this map of Geo City! Put those graphing skills to the test by identifying and locating ordered pairs on this coordinate grid map.
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.