# Worksheet: Composing and Decomposing 2D Shapes

In this worksheet, we will practice how to compose 2D shapes to make a composite shape and decompose composite shapes into smaller shapes.

**Q3: **

What set of shapes can form the following figure?

- A
- B
- C

**Q4: **

What set of shapes can form the following figure?

- A
- B
- C

**Q5: **

Which group of shapes can make this picture?

- A
- B
- C

**Q6: **

If the given shape is cut along the dashed line, what shapes are formed?

- ATriangles
- BParallelograms
- CSquares
- DTrapezoids
- ERectangles

**Q7: **

If the given shape is cut along the dashed line, what shapes are formed?

- Aa triangle and a parallelogram
- Ba parallelogram and a square
- Ca hexagon and a triangle
- Da trapezoid and a triangle
- Ea parallelogram and a hexagon

**Q11: **

Break the following shape into triangles and rectangles, and then determine the number of triangles.

**Q12: **

What set of shapes can form the following figure?

- A
- B
- C

**Q13: **

Daniel has used shapes to make this picture of a house.

What shape is the door?

- Aa circle
- Ba rectangle
- Ca square

What shapes are the windows?

- Aa square and a circle
- Ba square and a triangle
- Ca rectangle and a triangle

How many triangles has he used?

- A1
- B2
- C3

**Q14: **

Mason and Emma have used shapes to make a picture of a person. Mason has used more triangles than Emma.

Which picture is Masonβs?

- A
- B

**Q15: **

Choose the group of shapes I can use to build this rocket.

- A
- B
- C

**Q17: **

How many squares are in the picture?

How many triangles are in the picture?

How many half circles are in the picture?