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Hexagon Party
Hexagon Party
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Hexagon Party
Students will review the properties of regular and irregular hexagons.
5th grade
Math
Worksheet
Geometry Basics: Review Quiz #1
Geometry Basics: Review Quiz #1
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Geometry Basics: Review Quiz #1
Filled with questions on lines and polygons, this practice quiz makes a great review sheet or study guide for an upcoming test.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Draw Those Angles!
Draw Those Angles!
Worksheet
Draw Those Angles!
Let’s get drawing! Students are given the freedom to draw their own shapes while learning about angles in this fun geometry worksheet.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Symmetry: Complete the Shape 3
Symmetry: Complete the Shape 3
Worksheet
Symmetry: Complete the Shape 3
Kids learn about symmetry in this fun 2nd grade geometry worksheet by drawing the other half of each picture to make a symmetrical shape.
4th grade
Math
Worksheet
Drawing Congruent Shapes
Drawing Congruent Shapes
Worksheet
Drawing Congruent Shapes
This worksheet will give your child practice learning the difference between similar and congruent shapes.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Learning to Draw a 3D Box
Learning to Draw a 3D Box
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Learning to Draw a 3D Box
Help your third-grader learn how to draw a three-dimensional box with this fun worksheet.
3rd grade
Math
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Lines

Prepare your student for geometry classes and beyond with these resources that allow them to practice working with lines, line segments, and rays. Though the differences may be small, the details are important when it comes to practicing math in an accurate and productive way. Relieve the stress of math class with these and other practice worksheets, such as our fifth grade equivalent fractions resources.
Name that line! Learning the properties of line segments is a fundamental skill for geometry. These resources help identify a variety of properties associated with lines, such as the difference between lines, line segments, and rays and the characteristics of parallel and perpendicular lines. A line continues in opposite directions without ending. A line segment has two endpoints. A ray has one endpoint and extends without ending in one direction. Drawing lines, labeling lines, and hands-on activities help students understand the geometry of lines. Learning about different aspects of line segments prepares students in third to fifth grade for more advanced geometry resources. You can start with our lesson plans to teach about line segments and then use a variety of resources available here to reinforce your students’ understanding of line segments and geometry.