- Calculating the Cost of 2-Dimensional Shapes
Each shape of price tag in this worksheet is assigned a specific value. Students add the values of the different shapes to determine the cost of each picture.

- Color the Halves
Fractions are used in this printable worksheet. By coloring half of all the objects pictured, students show they understand that two halves of one object must be equal.

- Color the Quarters
Fractions are used in this printable worksheet. By coloring one fourth of the objects pictured, students show they understand that four quarters of one object must be equal.

- Coloring and Counting 2-Dimensional Shapes
Basic geometry is covered in this printable math worksheet. Using a key, students color 2-dimensional shapes, including a square, triangle, circle, and rectangle. Then, they count the number of shapes.

- Congruent Shapes
Students demonstrate knowledge of congruent shapes in this geometry worksheet. They must circle the shape in the row that matches the shape provided. Circles, squares, rectangles, triangles, and ovals are pictured.

- Draw the Other Half
An exercise in symmetry is provided in this printable math worksheet. Students must complete the other side of a drawing to ensure the two sides match.

- Fractions of Shapes (1/2, 1/4, 1/3, 1/8, 1/10)
Test students' knowledge of the fractions 1â10, 1â8, 1â4, 1â3, and 1â2 using this printable math worksheet. They must color in a shape to match the corresponding fraction amount.

- Fractions of Shapes (1/3)
Introduce students to the fraction 1â3, with this printable math worksheet. In the first section, students color 1â3 of each shape. In the second section, students determine whether the shaded part of each shape represents one-third.

- Halves and Fourths
Review the fractions of one half and one fourth using this printable math worksheet. Students identify how the two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes are divided.

- Lines of Symmetry
Draw the line of symmetry on each object in this math worksheet. Some of the shapes have lines of symmetry in unusual positions; allow children to use mirrors if they are unsure of the answers.

- Matching and Counting 3-Dimensional Shapes
Three-dimensional shapes are featured in this printable math worksheet. Students match an everyday object to its corresponding shape â such as a cube, prism, sphere, and pyramid â then count the objects.

- Naming 3-Dimensional Shapes I
Identify three-dimensional shapes by their names in this printable math worksheet. Shapes include the sphere, cube, prism, cone, cylinder, and pyramid.

- Naming 3-Dimensional Shapes II
Using a word box for hints, students write the name of each three-dimensional shape: sphere, cylinder, cube, cone, prism, and pyramid.

- Naming 3-Dimensional Shapes III
Challenge students to identify the three-dimensional shapes in this printable math worksheet. Shapes include the sphere, cube, prism, cone, cylinder, and pyramid. If children are unsure of certain terms, show them objects that represent the shapes.

- Naming and Counting 3-Dimensional Shapes
Label and count the 3-dimensional shapes in this worksheet. Shapes include: a cube, a cyclinder, a pyramid, a cone, a sphere, and a rectangular prism.

- Properties of 2-Dimensional Shapes
A variety of 2-dimensional shapes are pictured in this printable math worksheet. Students must count the number of sides and corners on each shape to help them identify and name the shape.

- Properties of Polygons
What are the properties of polygons? Find out if students know the answer with this exercise. They must count the number of sides to determine whether two shapes are similar, though not identical.

- Same Shape and Size
Compare shapes in this printable math worksheet. Make sure children look for both size and shape to find the match.

- Shapes and Places
Review both shape namesâsuch as circle, hexagon, and squareâand place wordsâabove, below, beside, etc.âwith this printable math worksheet.

- Similar Shapes
Students demonstrate knowledge of similar shapes in this worksheet. They must circle the shape in the row that is similar, but a different size, from the first shape. Circles, squares, rectangles, triangles, and ovals are pictured.

- Symmetry
Draw a line of symmetry on each object to divide it in half. This worksheet is a good introduction to basic geometry.