This page contains links to free math worksheets for Basic Geometry problems. Click one of the buttons below to see all of the worksheets in each set. You can also use the 'Worksheets' menu on the side of this page to find worksheets on other math topics.
The basic geometry worksheets in this section cover a number of basic areas of knowledge in this deep section of mathematics. Geometry is one of the first topics where basic arithmetic is applied to more advanced mathematical concepts. The concepts of angular measurement, complementary and suplementary angles, measurement of angles within triangles, the calculator of area of shapes (including circles) are all a promising playground for applying the math skills learned at early stops on a students mathematical journey
Angles Geometry Worksheets Topics
The geometry worksheets in this section start out with applying basic addition and subtraction skills to determine supplementary and complementary angles. Additonal worksheets here also deal with idenfifying parallel or intersecting lines, and identification of right angles. While these worksheets a suitable for estimating common angle dimensions, some of these worksheets can also be used as practice for measuring angles with a protractor (the correct angle measurement is given in the answer key for each geometry worksheet).
Shapes Geometry Worksheets Topics
One area of knowledge in geometry is simple identification of shapes, and learning the names for shapes with a certain number of sides is a rote activity. For quadrilaterals, being able to differentiate between a parallelogram (including the special case of the square), rhombus and a trapezoid are important skills. For triangles, there are geometry worksheets that help memorize the types of triangles (equilateral, right, isosceles, as well as acute versus obtues.) .Additional worksheets in this section deal with finding the perimeter and area of rectangles.
Circle Geometry Worksheets Topics
Circles are a unique species of geometric shape, and the geometry worksheets in this section introduce the basic equations for calculating area and circumference of a circle. Problems that explore the relationships between the diameter and the radius are also provided, giving plenty of opportunity to explore the relationships between these values and pi and the area and circumference of a circle.