Second Grade Geometry Worksheets and Printables

Seven- and eight-year-old students will use their knowledge of basic shapes to comprehend more complex polygons and incomplete shapes in these second grade geometry worksheets. Kids will strengthen their math skills as they draw the second half of symmetrical figures, find missing shapes, and create 3D shapes.
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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.
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.
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 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.
These symmetry worksheets illustrate that a symmetrical shape's two halves will reflect each other along a line of symmetry. Some shapes, like a square, have more than one line of symmetry. Colorful, simple and fun this collection of symmetry worksheets will have your child tuning in on the symmetry of things all around!
Starting Symmetry These symmetry worksheets illustrate that a symmetrical shape's two halves will reflect each other along a line of symmetry.
From rectangles and triangles to cubes and spheres, your child gets a big dose of 2D and 3D shapes with these geometry worksheets.
All About Shapes! 10 Geometry Worksheets From rectangles and triangles to cubes and spheres, your child gets a big dose of 2D and 3D shapes with these geometry worksheets.
Geometric Shapes Geometric Shapes Learn to identify the faces, vertices and edges of 3D shapes with this fill-in chart.
Rotating Shapes Rotating Shapes Introduce your child to shape transformations in geometry with this second grade math worksheet that explores how a shape changes when it is rotated 180 degrees.
Square Pyramid Square Pyramid Help your child learn about shapes by building a 3-D square pyramid.
Symmetry Coloring Page Symmetry Coloring Page In this worksheet, your child will explore the reflection property in geometry by drawing in the mirror image of each shape.
3-D Shapes: Fill in the Table 3-D Shapes: Fill in the Table Need a quick refresher course on 3-d shapes?
Find the Missing Shapes Find the Missing Shapes These shapes are all missing a piece! Can your child find the lost pieces and help make the shapes whole again?
Line of Symmetry Line of Symmetry Using simple and familiar letter shapes, this exercise is a great way to get your second-grader comfortable with the concept of symmetry.
Cube Cut-Out Cube Cut-Out Learn more about shapes by creating a 3-D paper model.
Where Is It? Describing Position Where Is It? Describing Position The cat is on the chair. The mouse is under the table.
Seven- and eight-year-old students will use their knowledge of basic shapes to comprehend more complex polygons and incomplete shapes in these second grade geometry worksheets. Kids will strengthen their math skills as they draw the second half of symmetrical figures, find missing shapes, and create 3D shapes.