# Geometry Essential Activities for Grade 3

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## Equal Parts: Shapes Worksheet

This equal parts worksheet is simple enough; your child must circle the shapes that are cut into equal parts. Shapes in this exercise include rectangle, kite, circle, square, and triangle. If your child understands how to split shapes into two even parts, this task should be very easy for them. Test how well your child understands cutting shapes into two or more equal parts with this colorful printout.
How well can your child identify and name the different shapes? Shapes are each unique in their own way, and by knowing their unique features, your child can easily identify a group of shapes. In this worksheet, there are colorful pictures of groups of shapes. To the right of these shapes are options which include the correct name of the shapes. Ask your child to look at each group of shape and then check the correct name for each of them.
Can your child draw and correctly identify different shapes? Now is the time to see how well they know their shapes. This simple worksheet requires your child find the odd shape out in each row and check the shape that does not belong. Look through the downloadable pdf with your child. In each row, there are four brightly colored shapes. Ask your child if they see any shape that is different in each row. Then, ask them to check the box underneath the odd shape out.
Before beginning this worksheet, you might want to refresh your students’ minds on what a quadrilateral is. As them if they know, and then remind them that quadrilaterals are shapes which have four sides and angles. Now, examine this simple mathematics worksheet with your students. Look at each picture with them, and then help them check the box for the right description of the shapes arranged on the left side.
Shapes have different features that make each of them unique and easily identifiable. And, before your child can fully master shapes, they must learn some of these features. However, identical shapes can be made up of equal shares that look different. In this colorful worksheet, your children’s task is simple; look through each row and find and circle two shapes that are made up of equal shares.
Does your kid know what a quadrilateral shape is? If they do, this task might prove to be just a little too easy for them. However, if your kid does not know what a quadrilateral shape is, this worksheet will prove useful in educating them. First, explain to them that a quadrilateral is a shape that has four sides. For example, a square and a rectangle are quadrilaterals. Next, ask them to look at the pictures of shapes in the exercise and circle the quadrilaterals in the picture.
There are a lot of sides to fractions which your child will need to learn. As soon as they can correctly identify and draw whole shapes, the next step will be to introduce your little ones to fractions. Representing whole shapes as fractions is one of the areas your child will cover in the course of their learning. Use this simple worksheet to improve their knowledge on naming whole shapes cut into equal parts.
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## Cutting Rectangles into Equal Parts and Making a Whole from Fractions

This quiz assesses students’ ability to split rectangles into equal parts and make a whole from fractions.
This quiz assesses students’ ability to recognize quadrilaterals and categorize shapes.