Third Grade Geometry Worksheets and Printables

Our third grade geometry worksheets help eight- and nine-year-old students work with shapes and angles through tangram puzzles, rotation identification, symmetry exercises, and more. Try these third grade geometry worksheets with your future mathematician.
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Scalene Triangles Scalene Triangles A scalene triangle is completely unique! It has no matching sides or angles.
Drawing Polygons Drawing Polygons In this exercise, your child will use his creativity and have fun learning about the identifying features of polygons.
Find the Figure Find the Figure What makes a cube a cube? What makes a sphere a sphere?
Naming Quadrilaterals Naming Quadrilaterals What does a rhombus look like? How about a trapezoid?
Geometry Lines Geometry Lines Get to know the geometry of the line with this worksheet, which also goes over parallel and perpendicular lines.
Learning to Draw a 3D Box Learning to Draw a 3D Box Drawing three dimensional objects can be a tricky skill to learn.
Units of Length Units of Length Is a pencil measured in inches or feet? Help your child understand the different units of length with this worksheet.
Choose the Unit: Liquid Volume Choose the Unit: Liquid Volume Is your child ready to start estimating volume?
Choose the Unit: Weight Choose the Unit: Weight Would an airplane be measured in ounces, pounds or tons?
Congruent Figures Congruent Figures Does your child know how to tell if two shapes are congruent?
Drawing Congruent Shapes Drawing Congruent Shapes What are similar and congruent shapes? This worksheet will give your child practice learning the difference.
Lines, Line Segments, and Rays Lines, Line Segments, and Rays Does your child need some practice identifying lines, line segments, and rays?
Find the Missing Side Find the Missing Side How long is the missing side? Use this worksheet to get your child acquainted with the concept of perimeter.
What is a Polygon? What is a Polygon? How is a polygon different from other shapes?
Counting Right Angles Counting Right Angles Make geometry fun by turning it into an "I Spy" activity.
Longest Route: Calculating Perimeter Longest Route: Calculating Perimeter Our runner needs your child's help creating a running plan.
Our third grade geometry worksheets help eight- and nine-year-old students work with shapes and angles through tangram puzzles, rotation identification, symmetry exercises, and more. Try these third grade geometry worksheets with your future mathematician.