A key characteristic of trapezoids is that they have a set of parallel lines—lines that never intersect. Use this helpful geometry resource with your students to practice identifying parallel lines in trapezoids and comparing different 2-D shapes.
In geometry, an angle is formed when two lines meet. Use this resource with your students to enhance their understanding of angles in polygons. Students will seek to identify and differentiate between right angles and other angles across various shapes.
Angles come in all kinds of shapes and sizes—can you spot them all? Use this resource with your students to practice finding all the angles in 2-D shapes. Your students will then be challenged to identify right angles in two-dimensional shapes.
In this series of worksheets, third graders practice identifying and working with lines, segments, and rays. Students learn that lines extend in two directions with no end, segments have two fixed endpoints, and rays have one endpoint and extends infinitely in the other direction. The worksheets' visual examples help support learning and keep learners engaged.