# Worksheet: Comparing 2D Shapes

In this worksheet, we will practice how to describe and compare 2D shapes using simple language.

Q1:

A hexagon has corners than a rectangle. • Amore
• Bfewer

Q2:

Which shape does NOT belong?

• A • B • C Q3:

A triangle has sides than a square. • Afewer
• Bmore

Q4:

Which shape is the odd one out?

• A • B • C Q5:

Which shape is the odd one out?

• A • B • C Q6:

Which shape is the odd one out?

• A • B • C • D Q7:

Where does this shape belong? • A • B Q8:

Where does this shape belong? • A • B Q9: This orange shape does not belong in the group. What do the shapes in the group have in common?

• A2 square corners
• B4 square corners
• C5 square corners

Q10:

Amelia sorted these shapes into two groups. How did she sort these shapes?

• ABy number of edges (sides)
• BBy color
• CBy size

Q11:

Which shape is the odd one out?

• A • B • C Q12:

This shape has 6 sides. Select another shape with 6 sides.

• A • B • C Q13:

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.
• A • B • C • D Q14:

William has made this group of shapes. What do the shapes have in common?

• AThey have 4 sides.
• BThey are squares.
• CThey have 4 square corners.

Q15:

Matthew sorted these shapes into two groups. How did he sort these shapes?

• ABy size
• BBy color
• CBy number of vertices (corners)

Q16:

Use the clues to find the shape.

• The shape has 4 sides.
• The corners are not all the same.
• A • B • C 