2nd Grade Geometry Worksheets
Students learned about basic shapes in Grade 1. They sorted them by characteristics, used them to compose larger shapes, and used them to start exploring fractions. Now students identify shapes by specific attributes (sides, angles), begin identifying three-dimensional shapes, and continue their exploration of fractions.
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In the worksheets below, students sort, identify, and draw shapes based on given characteristics such as the number of sides or angles.
Identify Shapes Based on Sides
Students choose a shape based on the number of sides it has.
Identify Shapes Based on Angles
Students choose a shape based on the number of angles it has.
Draw Shapes Based on Sides
Students draw shapes with a given number of sides.
Draw Shapes Based on Angles
Students draw shapes with a given number of angles.
Students identify triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons and hexagons.
Students sort, identify, and draw shapes based on given characteristics such as the number of sides or angles.
Students identify cubes, rectangular prisms, cones, and cylinders.
Identify Shapes Based on Faces
Students count faces on three-dimensional shapes and write the name of each shape.
Students select the three-dimensional shapes needed to build figures.
Students divide shapes into equal parts and describe parts using fraction language. This is skill is
foundational for the understanding of a fraction representing a part of a whole.
Count the Number of Parts
Students are given a rectangle divided into an equal number of columns and rows. They count the parts the whole rectangle is divided into.
Rows and Columns
Students divide a rectangle into a given number of rows and columns. Then they count the parts the whole rectangle is divided into.
Students divide a rectangle into 2, 3, or 4 equal parts.
Students divide a circle into 2, 3, or 4 equal parts.
Fractions of a Whole
Students describe a rectangle or circle by how many parts it has and the size of those parts (e.g. four fourths).
Describe One Part
Students describe one part of a rectangle or circle that has been cut into 2, 3 or 4 equal parts.