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Mission: Shapes #8

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Mission: Shapes #8

Stellar students, get ready for a math mission from outer space! Your child will get to help this alien sort and color the different shapes in this worksheet.

Kindergarten

Math

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Patterns that Shrink: More Monkeys

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Patterns that Shrink: More Monkeys

There's some monkey business going on here! Help your child determine how many remain on the bed each time one jumps off.

Preschool

Math

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Halloween Tangram Template

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Halloween Tangram Template

This Halloween tangram template gives kids a fun way to play around with shapes.

Kindergarten

Math

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Checking Areas

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Checking Areas

Students will find the surface area of four different everyday objects by applying the surface area formula.

3rd grade

Math

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Vocabulary Cards: Designing Situations with Area

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Vocabulary Cards: Designing Situations with Area

Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson: Designing Situations with Area.

4th grade

Math

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Mission: Shapes #7

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Mission: Shapes #7

This arithmetic alien comes in peace! Can your child help him color and identify all the different shapes in this worksheet?

Kindergarten

Math

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Find the Shape: Squares

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Find the Shape: Squares

There are a slew of squares hiding in these images. Can your kindergartener find them all? Getting familiar with shapes increases her math readiness.

Kindergarten

Math

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What is a Rectangle

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What is a Rectangle

This worksheet requires a child to identify what is a rectangle in this picture.

Preschool

Math

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Rectangle Algebra: Find the Missing Width

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Rectangle Algebra: Find the Missing Width

To complete this worksheet, your child will use basic algebraic equations to find the missing width measurement of each rectangle.

5th grade

Math

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Missing Star

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Missing Star

Start developing your youngster's ability to compare sizes and shapes with this worksheet.

Preschool

Math

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Cat and Mouse Match-Up

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Cat and Mouse Match-Up

Looking for a preschool worksheet to help your kid with math? This printable practices important sorting skills.

Preschool

Math

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Food Fractions: Feed Ruby

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Food Fractions: Feed Ruby

Your child will help feed Ruby by deciding which picture represents the fraction, perfect for practice with halves, thirds and fourths.

2nd grade

Math

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Traffic Jam Patterns

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Traffic Jam Patterns

Does your kid notice that the cars are lined up in patterns? Take a closer look at the colorful cars and practice some pattern recognition.

1st grade

Math

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Ski Trail Tracker #3

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Ski Trail Tracker #3

This colorful worksheet challenges your fifth grader to find the total length of a ski trail using her division skills and geometry knowledge.

5th grade

Math

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Trick-or-Treat Path

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Trick-or-Treat Path

Which trick-or-treat path will you take? Scout out the scary houses with this Hallwoeen shape hunt!

Kindergarten

Math

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Finish the Race: Word Patterns

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Finish the Race: Word Patterns

This worksheet helps to sharpen your kid's pattern recognition skills. She'll read the words, then predict which word comes next based on the pattern.

1st grade

Math

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Find the Shapes: Pentagons

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Find the Shapes: Pentagons

How many sides does a pentagon have? Introduce your young student to shapes and beginning geometry concepts with this fun coloring sheet.

Kindergarten

Math

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Ski Trail Tracker #4

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Ski Trail Tracker #4

Boost your fifth grader's practice with division and geometry by challenging her to complete this winter sports math worksheet.

5th grade

Math

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Dot-to-Dot Pentagons

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Dot-to-Dot Pentagons

Pentagons can turn into many things! Use this worksheet to help your students practice drawing pentagons by connecting the dots. Then let their imaginations run wild to bring their pentagons to life!

1st grade

Math

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Tricky Triangles: Beginner's Geometry

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Tricky Triangles: Beginner's Geometry

This worksheet challenges your preschooler to decide which two triangles are the same shape and size.

Kindergarten

Math

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Matching Pairs: Toys

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Matching Pairs: Toys

Set your junior sleuth on the case and have her put these mixed-up sand toys back together again.

Preschool

Math

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Explaining Areas

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Explaining Areas

Students will find approximate areas for surfaces in their own environment by using pictures, numbers, and words to answer the geometric word problems.

3rd grade

Math

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Food Fractions: Feed Roxy

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Food Fractions: Feed Roxy

Help Roxy get fed with fraction fun! Your child will need to decide which picture represents the correct fraction.

2nd grade

Math

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Find the Pairs: Forest

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Find the Pairs: Forest

This colorful scene will help your child recognize pairs, and learn a little more about counting and numbers. How many pairs can you find?

Preschool

Math

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Food Fractions: Feed Sam

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Food Fractions: Feed Sam

Sam the dog needs to get fed! Can your child help? He'll see the different fraction pictures, and decide which one represents the given fraction.

2nd grade

Math

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Geometry is a math subject that deals with shapes and their properties and spans many grades. Starting in preschool, students are introduced to 2D shapes. As they get older, students learn how to plot coordinates on a graph and work with 3D shapes and angles. Geometry can be a tough subject, but our resources will help your student become a master in no time!

Need to brush up on your geometry skills? Geometry deals with the discovery of patterns and calculation of areas, volumes, lengths, and angles. Read about some common concepts below, then move on to our geometry resources!

**The circle**

In geometry, students are introduced to some new mathematical terms relating to circles. Pi, commonly denoted by the π symbol, is a mathematical constant and is usually approximated as 3.14159. The radius of a circle is the distance from the middle of the circle to any point on the circle, while diameter is two times the radius. Lastly, the circumference is the distance around the circle once. These terms can then be found in some important formulas for circles:**Polygons**

Students are introduced to polygons as early as preschool. Polygons are defined as closed, flat (or two dimensional) shapes with at least three straight lines. To study some of these shapes in more depth, visit our resources on triangles (3 sides), quadrilaterals (4 sides), pentagons (5 sides), and hexagons (6 sides).

**3D Shapes**

While two dimensional shapes only have a width and height, three dimensional shapes add the third dimension of depth. To learn more about what these shapes are, check out our 3D shapes resources. With this third dimension, the properties of the shapes change. Three dimensional shapes have the properties of:

In geometry, students are introduced to some new mathematical terms relating to circles. Pi, commonly denoted by the π symbol, is a mathematical constant and is usually approximated as 3.14159. The radius of a circle is the distance from the middle of the circle to any point on the circle, while diameter is two times the radius. Lastly, the circumference is the distance around the circle once. These terms can then be found in some important formulas for circles:

- Area = π x (radius2)
- Circumference = 2 x π x radius or Circumference = π x diameter

Students are introduced to polygons as early as preschool. Polygons are defined as closed, flat (or two dimensional) shapes with at least three straight lines. To study some of these shapes in more depth, visit our resources on triangles (3 sides), quadrilaterals (4 sides), pentagons (5 sides), and hexagons (6 sides).

While two dimensional shapes only have a width and height, three dimensional shapes add the third dimension of depth. To learn more about what these shapes are, check out our 3D shapes resources. With this third dimension, the properties of the shapes change. Three dimensional shapes have the properties of:

- Surface area: the total area of all surfaces, or the amount of area you would be able to paint over.
- Volume: the amount of space inside the shape. For example, the amount of water it could hold. For more information on this subject, see our resources on volume.