# Worksheet: Edges of 2D Shapes

In this worksheet, we will practice how to identify and count edges of 2D shapes.

Q1:

Emma has built a triangle by sticking 3 sticks into 3 clay balls. Can I build a square with these? • Ayes
• Bno

Q2:

Jacob has built a square with 4 sticks. How many sticks does he need to build a triangle?

Q3:

Which shape can I build with these 5 sticks? • A • B • C Q4:

William made a pentagon using 5 toothpicks. He now wants to change the pentagon into a hexagon. How many more toothpicks does he need?

Q5:

How many sides does the shape have? Q6:

Pick the shape that Jennifer is describing. • A • B • C • D Q7:

Benjamin made a triangle using 3 toothpicks. He now wants to change the triangle into a hexagon. How many more toothpicks does he need?

Q8:

How many sides does a rectangle have? Q9:

How many sides does this shape have? Q10:

Which of the following shapes has four sides?

• A • B • C • D Q11:

How many sides (edges) does this shape have? Q12:

Which shape has 5 sides?

• A • B • C Q13:

True or False: Shape A has more edges than shape B. • ATrue
• BFalse

Q14:

True or False: Shape A and shape B have the same number of edges. • ATrue
• BFalse

Q15:

How many edges are there in the given shape? Q16:

Which of the given shapes has 4 edges?

• A • B • C • D Q17:

How many edges are there in the given shape? Q18:

How many edges are there in the given shape? 