Geometry Worksheets

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This art worksheet covers linear measurement. Students find the distance of line segments using number lines and equations.

Key concept: Students should be able to calculate the distance between two points and read, understand, and visualize numbers on a number line.

Introduction to Coordinates - Video3

This is our third video and it covers coordinates. The video is meant to be used as an introduction or review video. It introduces coordinates and graphing, and how it is used in the real world. Use the handout as an additional resource for students while they watch the video.

NOTE: The video link below will take you to VIMEO. It is a website where the video is being hosted.

Video      Introduction to Coordinates

Introduction to Polygons - Video2

This is our second video and it covers polygons. The video is meant to be used as an introduction or review video and is designed for younger students, but it's entertaining for any age. Use the handout as an additional resource for students while they watch the video.

NOTE: The video link below will take you to VIMEO. It is a website where the video is being hosted.

Video      Introduction to Polygons

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Classifying Triangles - All Levels

This one page worksheet covers names of triangles. Students must name each triangle by its angles and its sides, plus two other questions.

Student misunderstanding: Spelling counts.

This one-page art worksheet covers vertical and adjacent angles. Students use their knowledge of lines and vertical angles to calculate missing angles.

Key concept: Use facts about supplementary, complementary, vertical, and adjacent angles to calculate unknown angles in a figure.

Pythagorean Theorem Video - All Levels

This video covers the pythagorean theorem. It explains what the theorem is and how it can be used. The video includes examples and additional review to help students better understand the theorem and how to use it in everyday life. In the Geometry Worksheets section there are four different handouts that can be used as additional resources for students while they watch the video.

NOTE: The video link below will take you to VIMEO. It is a website where the video is being hosted.

Pythagorean Theorem Video

Introduction - Pythagorean TheoremAll Levels

This one page worksheet introduces the Pythagorean Theorem. Students should already know the square and square root of a number, solving basic equations, and triangles.

Key concept: It is a very important theorem in the real world. It is used in construction, drafting, measuring distance, calculating the height of large objects, etc. etc.

Pythagorean Theorem - Level 1

This one page worksheet introduces the Pythagorean Theorem. Students should already know the square and square root of a number, solving basic equations, and triangles.

Key concept: It is a very important theorem in the real world. It is used in construction, drafting, measuring distance, calculating the height of large objects, etc. etc.

Pythagorean Theorem - Level 2

This one page worksheet continues the Pythagorean Theorem. Students should already know the square and square root of rational and irrational numbers, solving basic equations, and triangles.

Help: If students do not know how to estimate irrational numbers (squares of not perfect squares) have them review Estimating Square Roots.

Pythagorean Theorem - Level 3

This one page worksheet continues the Pythagorean Theorem. Students should already know the square and square root of rational and irrational numbers, solving basic equations, and triangles. Some of the problems have students using the theorem to find a missing side on a non-triangular shape.

Student misunderstanding: Some of the problems are not triangles but they need to use prior knowledge and the Pythagorean Theorem to solve.

Intro to Distance of Line SegmentsLevel 1

This one page worksheet introduces finding the distance of a line segment using a graph. It uses the Pythagorean Theorem to help students better understand how to find the distance.

Prior Knowledge: Students should already know the Pythagorean Theorem which will lead into the Distance Formula.

Distance Formula - Level 2

This one page worksheet covers the Distance Formula. Students are given two coordinates and a line segment and need to find the distance. Even though students can use the Pythagorean Theorem, they also need to understand and use the Distance Formula.

Key concept: Students should be able to use their prior knowledge of the Pythagorean Theorem to understand the Distance Formula.

Distance of a Line Segment - Level 3

This one page worksheet allows students to use the Distance Formula or the Pythagorean Theorem to find the distance of a line segment. The problems include line segments on graphs and two coordinates with no graph.

Key concept: Students should be able to find the distance of a line segment, and understand the relationship between the Pythagorean Theorem and the Distance Formula.

This one page art worksheet reviews finding the distance of a line segment. Students will need to know the Distance Formula, but also can use the Pythagorean Theorem on most of the problems. The problems include line segments on graphs and two coordinates with no graph.

This one page art worksheet reviews the distance formula. Students find the distance between two points. All answers are rational numbers. This worksheet can also be used during Halloween.

Helpful idea: Students should be allowed to use a calculator.

Introduction to Finding the MidpointLevel 1

This one page worksheet introduces the concept of midpoint and how to find it. It only covers basic number lines.

Prior knowledge: Students should already know how to find the average of a group of numbers. The midpoint formula is actually the same as finding the average of two numbers.

Finding the MidpointLevel 2

This one page worksheet continues the concept of finding the midpoint and how to find it. It covers two-dimensional graphs.

Prior knowledge: Students should already know how to plot points on an x-axis and y-axis and be able to find the average of a group of numbers.

Finding the MidpointLevel 3

This one page worksheet finishes the concept of finding the midpoint and how to find it. It covers two-dimensional and three-dimensional graphs.

Prior knowledge: Students should already know how to plot points on an x-axis, y-axis, and z-axis and be able to find the average of a group of numbers.

I Have, Who Has?(Geometry Game) - All Levels

This game is designed to help students practice their geometry. Print out the worksheets and cut out each square. Shuffle and pass one square to each student. If you have extras, give more than one to certain students. You can start anywhere but that person should be the end of the game. Have the starting student read, "Who has?" and the student with the answer needs to say, "I have" and then say the question on their sheet, "Who has?" This should continue until you get back to the starting student.

Student misunderstanding: Students should be looking for exact definitions.
Example: A square can be a rhombus, but a rhombus is not a square.

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Graphing / Coordinate Plane - A

This one page worksheet is on plotting ordered pairs. Students graph and connect the points to create a picture.

Student misunderstanding: Which number is the x-axis and which one is the y-axis? Have to go into the elevator before you can go up or down, or have to move the ladder before you climb it. So the first number is the x-axis (number going across).

Graphing / Coordinate Plane - B

This one page worksheet is on plotting ordered pairs. Students graph and connect the points to create a picture.

Student misunderstanding: Where is the origin? The origin is where the x-axis and y-axis cross. It is also where the zero goes for both axes.

Graphing / Coordinate Plane - C

This one page worksheet is on plotting ordered pairs. Students graph and connect the points to create a picture.

Student misunderstanding: Which number is the x-axis and which one is the y-axis? Have to go into the elevator before you can go up or down, or have to move the ladder before you climb it. So the first number is the x-axis (number going across).

Graphing / Coordinate Plane - D

This one page worksheet is on plotting ordered pairs. Students graph and connect the points to create a picture.

Student misunderstanding: Where is the origin? The origin is where the x-axis and y-axis cross. It is also where the zero goes for both axes.

Graphing / Coordinate Plane - E

This one page worksheet is on plotting ordered pairs. Students graph and connect the points to create a picture.

Student misunderstanding: Which number is the x-axis and which one is the y-axis? Have to go into the elevator before you can go up or down, or have to move the ladder before you climb it. So the first number is the x-axis (number going across).

Graphing / Coordinate Plane - FLevel 3

This one page worksheet is on plotting ordered pairs. Students graph and connect the points to create a picture.

Student misunderstanding: Origin? The origin is where the x-axis and y-axis intersect. It is also where the zero goes for both axes. The x-axis and y-axis? The first number is the x-axis. Have to go into the elevator before you can go up or down, or have to move the ladder before you climb it.

Line of Symmetry Art- All Levels

These one page Easter worksheets use line of symmetry and art to review student knowledge. Students re-draw the second half of the shape to create the full rabbit.

Key concept: Line of symmetry is a line such that if a figure is folded about the line, then one half of the figure matches the other half.

Types of TransformationsAll Levels

This one page worksheet covers the three transformations; translation, reflection, and rotation. Students need look at the figure and the transformation and write which one occurred.

Key concept: Students should be able to visualize an object and what it would look like if it was flipped, slid, or rotated.

Translation - Level 2

This one page worksheet covers translation. Students are given a polygon's vertices and a translation in the form of an ordered pair. They must use this information to graph the original figure and the new translated shape.

Key concept: Students need to be able to visualize objects and their movement.

Reflection - Level 2

This one page worksheet covers reflection. Students are given a polygon's vertices and a reflection over the x-axis or y-axis. They must use this information to graph the original figure and the new reflected shape.

Key concept: Students need to be able to visualize objects and their reflection.

Rotation - Level 2

This one page worksheet covers rotation. Students are given a polygon's vertices and a rotation about the origin. They must use this information to graph the original figure and the new rotated shape.

Key concept: Students need to be able to visualize objects and their rotation.

Battleship - All Levels

BATTLESHIP! Just like the original game, kids try and sink each other's ships by calling out coordinates.

Key concept: Help practice the coordinate system and remember that the horizontal axis comes before the vertical axis.

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Angle Art - Level 2

Students need to find the missing angle for each polygon. This one page worksheet covers triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, and hexagons. Students choose two colors and answer the questions. After they answer the problems they color the corresponding shapes to create a picture. This worksheet can be used as a HALLOWEEN handout.

Alternative version to The Basics Art - Level 1.

Perimeter - Level 1

This one page worksheet covers perimeter. Students calculate the distance around the outside of each polygon.

Student misunderstanding: Students always get mixed up between area and perimeter. Area is the region inside the shape (square units) and perimeter is the distance around the outside.

Circles (Pi) - All Levels

This one page free worksheet has students measure the circumference and diameter of circles and calculate Pi. It includes a ruler which students can use to measure.

Helpful idea: After students input their values in the given chart discuss why their answers don't equal 3.141592653589... and which measurement would probably give them the most accurate answer for Pi.

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Circles - Circumference

These one page worksheets cover circumference of circles. Students use Pi to help find the missing circumference or diameter of circles. Level one introduces Pi and the relationship between the circumference and diameter. There is a different worksheet for each level.

Introduction to Area - Video4

This is our fourth video and introduces how to find the area of shapes. It uses the simple process of drawing squares in the figures and counting them. It also covers estimation and diameter of a circle. This simple concept can be used to approximate any area problem which can be very useful when a student forgets the formulas. Use the two page handout as an additional resource for students while they watch the video.

NOTE: The video link below will take you to VIMEO. It is a website where the video is being hosted.

Video      Introduction to Area

Introduction to Area - Level 1

This two page worksheet introduces how to find the area of shapes. It uses the simple process of drawing squares in the figures and counting them. It also covers estimation and diameter of a circle.
Note: This is the same worksheet used for the video.

Key concept: This simple concept can be used to approximate any area problem which can be very useful when a student forgets an area formula.

Area - Level 2

This one page worksheet has students use their prior knowledge to solve area problems and includes one challenging word problem.

Student misunderstanding: Problems 8 and 9 will have to be solved by separating the shape into simpler polygons.

Area Puzzle - Level 2

This half page free worksheet is an area puzzle where students try to determine if the quadrilateral is a square or not. They need to use the given information to find the sides of the other smaller squares inside the shape and then use that information to determine the length and width of the larger quadrilateral.

Student misunderstanding: Rulers or other measuring devices do not count as an explanation.

Perimeter and Area - Level 3

This one page worksheet has students use their prior knowledge of area and perimeter to solve more complicated problems.

Key concept: Students need to understand if they know the basic concepts or formulas they can use them to solve more complex problems. Example: They can separate larger shapes into easier more familiar shapes.

Circles - Area

These one page worksheets cover area of circles. Students calculate the area and solve other problems related to circles. Level one helps explain where the area formula comes from. There is a different worksheet for each level.

Surface Area - Level 1

This one page worksheet introduces surface area. It includes examples and problems but only covers rectangular prisms and cubes (solids with 6 faces).

Student misunderstanding: When calculating the area you are multiplying two of the same measurements so do not forget the square or 2nd power.
Example: inches x inches equals square inches.

Surface Area of Pyramids - Level 2

This one page worksheet covers the surface area of pyramids and introduces nets. It includes examples and problems.

Prior knowledge: Students need to know how to find the area of shapes.

Surface Area of Cones - Level 2

This one page worksheet covers the surface area of cones. It relates the surface area of a cone with the surface area of a pyramid. The worksheet includes examples and problems.

Prior knowledge: Students should know how to find the area and circumference of a circle and the surface area of a pyramid.

Surface Area of Cylinders - Level 2

This one page worksheet introduces the surface area of cylinders. It includes a description of how to break down the surface area of a cylinder and a few problems to test knowledge.

Prior knowledge: Students should already know how to find the area and circumference of a circle.

Volume of Prisms and CylindersLevel 2

This two page help worksheet introduces finding the volume of prisms and cylinders. The first page introduces the concept of using their prior knowledge of area to help find the volume, and the second page includes more support and problems.

Student misunderstanding: Students need to be able to use the appropriate units of measures for two dimensional and three dimensional objects (square and cubic units).

Volume of Pyramids and ConesLevel 2

This two page help worksheet introduces finding the volume of pyramids and cones. The first page uses their prior knowledge of prisms and cylinders to help find the volume, and the second page includes more support and problems.

Extra help: Short video showing the relationship between a pyramid and prism. The video is posted on YouTube and is not related to Math Crush.

Volume of SpheresLevel 2

This free one page help worksheet introduces finding the volume of spheres. It uses a short example to help students better understand the equation. It has a few problems but is more of a help page to explain the equation.

Extra help: Short video explaining the volume of spheres. The video is posted on YouTube and is not related to Math Crush.

Volume - Level 2

This one page worksheet covers volume. Students use their prior knowledge to determine the unknown sides and volume of specific shapes.

Student misunderstanding: Volume is just one step more than Area. Students usually think it's a different process rather using area as a step towards volume.