These worksheets will give your students an introduction to basic geometric principles using different shapes.

#### How to Name Common Geometric Shapes ::Geometric shapes are the figures that have defined boundaries and feature the internal and external surface areas. In geometry, we come across different types of geometric figures. However, we can broadly categorize them as two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes. Two-dimensional shapes are defined as the flat and plane figures, which typically feature two-dimensions, width, and length. Three-dimensional shapes are defined as the solid geometric figures, which typically feature three dimensions, height, width, and length. Unlike two-dimensional shapes, three-dimensional feature depth, and thickness. Here we have defined the common geometric shapes that you are bound to come across. Circle - Circle is one of the simplest two-dimensional shapes to name and identify. Unlike most geometric shapes, a circle does not feature any sides. A circle is a curve that is drawn equidistant from the center. Triangle - As the name suggests, the triangle features three sides and three angles. To identify the triangle, we have to notice the polygons with three sides. They necessarily do not have to look the same. They can have sides and angles with varying measurements. Based on such differences, we name triangles as scalene, isosceles, and equilateral. Rectangle - The rectangle features four sides and four right angles. You may confuse with other four-sided polygons, but to differentiate the rectangle from others, notice the four parallel opposite sides with four right angles.

These worksheets focus on reviewing different two-dimensional geometric shapes. When it comes to regular polygons: three-sided objects are triangles, four-sided objects are squares (sometimes rectangles), five-sided objects are pentagons, six-sided objects are hexagons, seven-sided objects are heptagons, eight-sided objects are octagons, nine-sided objects are nonagons, and ten-sided objects are decagons. These worksheets will start you out by identifying shapes and then towards the end you will be creating your own shapes. These worksheets explain how to identify geometric shapes based on the number of sides and corners and how to draw geometric shapes.

# Print Geometric Shapes Worksheets

## How Many Sides and Corners Worksheet

Students will fill in how many sides and corners each shape has. Six problems are provided.

## Practice Worksheet

Write the number of sides and corners each shape has. Use the word bank to name each shape.

## Number of Sides and Corners Drill

Given a shape, students will write how many sides and corners it has. Six problems are provided.

## Match the Shape to Its Name Worksheet (Color)

Given a shape, students will match it to its name. Seven problems are provided.

## Match the Geometric Shape Practice (Black and White)

This is the same worksheet as above, but it is in black and white. Perfect for the photocopier.

## Match the Shape to Its Name Drill

Students are presented with seven shapes. They will match each to its name.

## Skill Check

Students will find the foci and vertices of a hyperbola. Three problems are provided, and space is included for students to copy the correct answer when given.

## Find the Congruent Shape Worksheet (Black and White)

Students will find the shape that is congruent to the first shape in each row. Five problems are provided.

## Practice Worksheet (Color)

Given a shape, students will find the shape in its row that is congruent to it. Five problems are provided. This is the color version of the previous sheet.

## Are the Shapes Congruent? Worksheet (B/W)

Students will determine if a pair of shapes is congruent. Ten problems are provided.

## Practice with Color

Students circle yes or now to indicate if a given pair of shapes is congruent. Six practice problems are provided.

## Drawing Geometric Shapes Lesson

Draw a line that is perpendicular to a given line, using either a triangular ruler or a protractor, which is 2 cm 3 mm long.

## Lesson and Practice

Draw a square with each side 1 1/2 inches long. A square is a special rectangle: all of its sides are of equal length. We say the sides arc congruent.

## Draw My Shape Worksheet

Given a description, students will draw geometric shapes. Ten problems are provided.

## Practice Worksheet

Example problem: Draw a rectangle so its longer sides are 5 cm 6 mm and its shorter sides are 3 cm 1 mm.

## Classic Drill

Students will draw a mix of geometric squares and rectangles. Eight problems are provided.

## Student Warm Up

Three problems are provided that help students put it all together.

## Identifying Shapes Lesson

This worksheet explains how to identify a shape. A sample problem is solved.

## Lesson and Practice

Analyze the given shape and its name carefully. Match right triangle with its respective shape.

## Identifying Colors Worksheet

Match the shapes with their respective names, using a line.

## Shapes Practice

Trace the figure given, color it and match the shape with the correct name.

## 3D Drill

Students will be introduced to a bunch of new shapes and match it to its name. Eight problems are provided.

## Class Warm Up

Draw a box around the group of shapes whose correct names are given.

## Lesson and Practice

This worksheets explains how to identify the shape that is different from the others in a set. The circle is the shape that does not belong. A sample problem is solved, and two practice problems are provided.

## Which Shape Doesn't Belong: Worksheet 1

Circle the shape that does not belong. Ten problems in all.

## Worksheet 2

Don't let the lines associated with the arrows throw you off the scent of the answer.

## Doesn't Belong Worksheet

You can use the number of sides or number of corners. Six problems are provided.

## Six At You Worksheet

You may need to look inside and outside the shape as we prepare for the concept of congruence.

## Odd Ball Check Worksheet

Students will circle the shape in each row that is odd. Three problems are provided, and space is included for students to copy the correct answer when given.

## Drawing Shapes Lesson

This worksheet explains how to draw a shape with a given number of sides. A sample problem is solved.

## Lesson and Practice

This worksheets explains how to identify the number of sides a shape has. A sample problem is solved, and two practice problems are provided.

## Find the Number of Sides Worksheet

Students will find the number of sides each shape has. Ten problems are provided.

## Number of Sides Practice

As we see in the question above the given figures have five sides and five vertices. A figure with five sides is a quadrilateral (pent means five). Therefore, we select the first option 5.

## Number of Sides Drill

Find the number of sides in the given figures and choose the correct option.

## Show That Skill

Draw the shapes that they ask for.

## Identifying Sides Warm Up

Students will find the shape with the specified number of sides. Three problems are provided.