Loads of new Geometry material

Geometry is one of the most thrilling areas of mathematics. It combines logic, spatial awareness and mathematical skills.

We have geometry materials covering areas such as basic shapes and compound shapes. These sheets are developed for primary 1 and 2 students and helps them recognize and draw the basic shapes such as circles, squares, triangles and rectangles.

For grade 2 and 3 students, we recommend our polygon, shape pattern and triangle worksheets. These are great for memorizing all polygons and their properties. Also interesting are the learning materials covering lines and angles. Most students start working with angles in the third grade and seem to like this topic. .

The measuring of angles mostly starts in the fourth year. We have added worksheets with a printed protractor. This will enable students to learn everything about the working of the tool. Also in the fourth (and fifth) grade, students will learn about angle properties and angles in shapes as triangle, square and rectangle. Next to angles and lines, we have added a section on symmetry and tessellation.

For the fifth and sixth graders we have learning materials based on the more advanced diagrams and a section on volume of cubes and cuboids. What is also interesting, are our worksheets on the 8 point compass.

We would need several webpages to describe all the new content, so please have a look at: geometry worksheets

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