New Geometry Worksheets
With the end of the school year on the horizon, the specter of trapezoids, parallelograms, and scalene triangles has reared its head in 3rd grade math. The task seems to entail more than just helping my daughter... I couldn't quite remember if a square is technically a rhombus or not. Clearly it's time for Dad review as well. It looks like we're going to skim the outer edges of geometry this year, so the initial worksheets focus on identification of concepts more than calculation, but I expect this section to grow substantially over time.
The new worksheets this pass focus on identifying types of angles (acute, right or obtuse), perpendicular or parallel lines, classification of triangles and classification of quadrilaterals. There's also a few basic worksheets on identifying types of polygons. And, yeah, squares are actually special cases of both rhombi and trapezoids. And convex bi-centric parallelograms. I hope you are hanging in with me for emotional support by the time trigonometry comes around because the review may kill me.
Check out the new worksheets at the links below or in the 'Worksheets' menu to the left!