Worksheet: Properties of 2D Shapes
In this worksheet, we will practice how to analyze 2D shapes to see what features a shape always has and what features it sometimes, or never, has.
Which of the following shapes has four sides?
This shape has 6 sides.
Select another shape with 6 sides.
How many corners (vertices) does this shape have?
How many 4-sided polygons are on the clown?
How many 5-sided polygons are on the clown?
Liam has sorted these shapes by size.
Are all the rectangles in the same group?
Madison has made this group of shapes.
This orange shape does not belong in the group.
What do the shapes in the group have in common?
- A4 square corners
- B5 square corners
- C2 square corners
Not all triangles are big.
Fill in the blank: Not all triangles .
- Ahave 3 corners
- Bare blue
- Chave 3 sides
Fill in the blank: A square is a closed shape with equal sides and 4 L-shaped corners.
The triangle has 3 sides.
Which shape has 4 sides?
The square has 4 corners (vertices).
Which shape has 3 corners?
Use the clues to find the shape.
- The shape has 4 L-shaped angles.
- All of the shape's sides are of the same length.
What is the name of the given shape?
Break the following shape into triangles and rectangles, and then determine the number of triangles.
Amelia sorted these shapes into two groups.
How did she sort these shapes?
- ABy color
- BBy size
- CBy number of edges (sides)
Which shape does NOT belong?