This geometry section will help your child to become familiar with the basic concepts of planes, spaces, points, lines, the x-y-z coordinate system, angles, circle geometry, perimeters, area, and volume.
You will find a printable graph paper generator here that will assist when working on the examples in this section.
What else is in the geometry section?
There is a listing of over 40 geometry worksheets, each one formatted for easy printing and with a built-in answer key.
Basic geometry terms are defined. For example, those associated with lines, angles, triangles, and the like.
|There are a number of 2D geometry shapes that are described and illustrated. Some of the more common 3D shapes are also illustrated. There are explanations and examples of different types of quadrilaterals.|
|You will also find a lesson on lines of symmetry together with activities and related worksheets that will help to develop an understanding of symmetry.|
|Some of the more common geometry formulas used for calculating circumference, area, and volume are listed.|
|A more detailed exploration of calculating perimeter for various shapes is provided.|
|Calculating area is covered along with an explanation of the various units of measurement associated with area.|
|There is a illustrated explanation of how to calculate volumes of cubes and rectangular prisms.|
|Dilations, or size transformations are explained and illustrated. Includes guidance on how to calculate and plot transformations on a cartesian plane.|
|The congruence lesson covers congruent triangles and other shapes. It introduces the concept of transformations.|
|The lesson on transformations includes translations, rotations, and reflections. The effect of these transformations on the cartesian coordinates of various figures is explored.|
|There are lessons on coordinate graphing. Coordinate Graphing System explores how x and y-axes on a grid are used to locate the coordinates of ordered pairs.||Coordinate Graphing of Real-World Problems shows how ordered pairs are plotted and how resultant straight lines can be generated.|
|The foundation lesson on angles explains and illustrates how angle measurement is related to parts of a circular rotation. Include guidance on classifying angles. e.g. acute, right, obtuse.|
|Guidance with worksheets on how to use a protractor to measure angles and how to draw angles using a protractor.|
|A lesson with worksheets on how to calculate unknown angles by adding and subtracting with adjacent angles.|
|There are two lessons on angles and their relationships. The first includes a look at supplementary, corresponding, and alternate angles and the second uses these relationships to find missing angles.|
|The lesson on similarity covers similar triangles and other similar shapes.|
|Pythagoras’ Theorem is introduced with an explanation and a worksheet.|
|How to find the distance between two points is covered with guidance and several examples showing how, given two coordinates, the distance between them can be calculated.|
Note: Each of the sub-sections described above includes a listing of related geometry worksheets for practice with the concepts.
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