It’s time to practice finding perimeter! Use this geometry exercise with your students to give them practice calculating the perimeter of various trapezoids. Students will use addition to add up the lengths of the four sides of trapezoids.
Use this resource to help your students develop their understanding of trapezoids and other two-dimensional shapes. Students will compare the attributes of trapezoids to those of other plane figures, such as triangles and ovals, in this geometry activity.
What makes a trapezoid unique? How is it different from a hexagon or a pentagon? Use this resource with your students to practice identifying the characteristics of a trapezoid and comparing them to other 2-D shapes.
Trapezoids are quadrilaterals with only one pair of parallel sides. This worksheet will help your students learn to identify and distinguish trapezoids from other two-dimensional shapes with the help of a word bank.
A key characteristic of trapezoids is that they have a set of parallel lines—lines that never intersect. Use this helpful geometry resource with your students to practice identifying parallel lines in trapezoids and comparing different 2-D shapes.
Are your students still tripped up by those tricky trapezoids? This geometry worksheet can help! Give your second graders a chance to have fun while they practice trapezoid identification with this cut-and-paste activity.