# Easy Geometry Worksheets for Ages 7-9

Discover our "Easy Geometry Worksheets for Ages 7-9" designed to make learning fun and engaging! Tailored specifically for young learners, these worksheets cover essential geometry concepts such as shapes, angles, and spatial understanding. With vibrant illustrations and age-appropriate exercises, children will develop critical thinking skills while enjoying hands-on activities. Ideal for classroom or home use, our worksheets encourage creativity and confidence in math. Each worksheet is easy to print and can be completed independently or with guidance. Promote a love for geometry and set your child up for success with our user-friendly resources! Start exploring and learning today!

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## Shared Food Worksheet

In this worksheet, kids learn about sharing and cutting shapes into equal parts. There are two groups of friends: one with two, the other with four. Ask your child which group has their food cut into smaller shares, and help them find the right answer.
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## Two–Dimensional Shapes: Vertices Printable

This colorful worksheet teaches kids geometry by introducing them to two-dimensional shapes and vertices. Kids can practice counting vertices and learn an important new math term in an easy to understand way. Boost your child's knowledge of geometry today!
Two–Dimensional Shapes: Vertices Printable
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## Let's Share Worksheet

It's time to test if your lessons on sharing paid off! With this worksheet, your child can have breakfast and make sure both brothers get equal amounts of food. Have them look at the food images and check the boxes where food is divided equally.
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## Sides and Angles Worksheet

Sides are lines forming a shape; angles are points where two sides meet (pictured). Before going through the exercise, explain this to your kids. In the first exercise, check for birds holding shapes by their angles. In the second, check for birds holding shapes by their sides.
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## Circle Halves Worksheet

Remind your kindergartners that objects can be divided into halves, thirds and fourths. Now, look at this worksheet with your students and help them check the circles cut in half.
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## Equal Parts: Chocolate Party Worksheet

Mention "chocolate" and watch your kids' excitement soar! Learning can go hand-in-hand with that sugary treat. This worksheet helps kids guide the Chocolate Monster to the Chocolate Party, following a trail of brownie halves. It's an easy, tasty way to have fun!
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## Cone Hide-and-Seek Worksheet

Prior to starting this worksheet, quiz your kid on shapes. If they gave quite a few, you've done well! This pdf will teach them more about cones; show them the pictures in the printout and have them identify which ones contain a cone.
Cone Hide-and-Seek Worksheet
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## Odd Shape Out Worksheet for Grade 3

Time to test your child's shape knowledge! With this worksheet, help them find the odd shape out in each row and check the box under it. Print out the pdf and look through it with them – each row has four brightly colored shapes. See if they can spot any differences among them and then check the box below the shape that does not belong.
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## Halves and Wholes on the Clock Worksheet

Ask your kids if they know the difference between a whole and a half. If not, explain it's when a whole is divided into two equal parts. Show them the worksheet with clocks and clock parts, and help them label each shape as a whole or a half by tracing on the dotted line.
Halves and Wholes on the Clock Worksheet
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## Find Halves Worksheet

If your child can tell you what two, three and four equal parts are called, give yourself a pat on the back! If not, this worksheet can help. Halves are two equal parts of a whole shape. Check the pictures in this printable pdf to help your child understand.
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## Whole Shape from Fourths Worksheet

Have your kids circle the shapes that'll form the rectangle on the left. It'll test their knowledge of shapes and ability to put them together to make a new one. Ask them to look at the parts on the right and circle the ones that'll form the rectangle.
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Plane Geometry: Sides Printable
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## Matching Halves Worksheet

See how your child fares in matching two halves to form a complete rectangle. Provide them with four options, and ask them to draw a line connecting the two correct halves. Put their shape knowledge to the test with this simple worksheet!
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## Groups of Shapes Worksheet

Can your child identify and name shapes? Help them learn the unique features of each and have them check the correct name for each group in the colorful pictures on this worksheet.
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## Faces of 3D Shapes Worksheet

Point at random body parts and ask your child to name them. Point to their face and ask them to identify it. Use this worksheet to show how "face" doesn't just refer to body parts - it can also mean the flat surface of a solid shape. Check the picture to find the matching solid shape for each face shown.
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## Matching Thirds Worksheet

Have your child examine the shapes on the worksheet. Ask them to identify them and then look at the fractions underneath. Ask them to circle the 3 parts that make up the whole shape. Understanding shapes and fractions is key!
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## Robot Fun Worksheet

Help your child learn about basic shapes with this fun robot worksheet! Kids practice identifying circles, squares, rectangles and triangles, then color each shape according to directions. Make math practice enjoyable with this coloring page that teaches all four basic shapes - it's an important math skill!
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## Equal Parts: Shapes Worksheet

Test your child's ability to cut shapes into equal parts with this colorful printout. It includes rectangles, kites, circles, squares, and triangles - your child must circle the shapes that are split evenly. A simple task, but it will show if they understand the concept.
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## Early Colonies Area Worksheet

Before starting this worksheet, check if your kids know who the early colonizers were. Exercise their addition and subtraction skills by having them solve the equations, then look at the diagrams from the colonies. Guide them to check the number sentence to find the area.
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## Match Fractions Worksheet

Have your child match fractions to images with this worksheet. There are five fractions on the left and five pictures on the right. Ask them to draw lines to connect each fraction to the right image. It's a great way to learn while having fun!
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## Sharing Fruit Circles Worksheet

Fruits are tasty and bright! Can your kids name some of their favorites? With this worksheet, you can use fruit to teach your kids geometry. Talk about how shapes can be cut into halves. Ask them to tick the box for the fruit halves in the printout.
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## House Fractions Worksheet

Test your child's knowledge of fractions with this worksheet! Have them examine the windows of a house and select the correct fraction from the options given. This is a great way to see how much they understand about wholes, fractions, halves, one thirds, and one fourths.
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## Sorting Shapes Worksheet

Before beginning, ensure your child is familiar with quadrilaterals (4 sides) and triangles (3 sides). This tracing exercise is easy: sort the shapes into the two groups and trace the dotted lines to the correct group.
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## Odd Shape Out Worksheet for Grade 1

This worksheet can help your kids test their knowledge of shapes. They should have already been introduced to the most common shapes and be able to identify and draw them. Look at the picture and help your child identify each shape. Then, check which one isn't used to make the object.
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Learning Skills

Parents and teachers should prioritize Easy Geometry for Ages 7-9 because early engagement in geometric concepts lays a strong foundation for critical thinking and problem-solving skills. At this age, children are naturally curious, and geometry introduces them to the world of shapes, sizes, and spatial understanding in a fun and interactive way.

Understanding basic geometric principles helps children develop essential skills, such as visualizing and manipulating objects, which are crucial for subjects like mathematics, engineering, and art. Moreover, geometry enhances logical reasoning; children learn to identify patterns, categorize shapes, and understand relationships between different dimensions.

Incorporating Easy Geometry can also foster creativity and innovation as children learn to design and construct shapes, promoting hands-on learning and exploration. Additionally, mastering these foundational concepts instills confidence in their abilities, paving the way for more advanced mathematical topics in later years.

Lastly, geometry is everywhere in our world – from architecture to technology. By nurturing an early appreciation for geometry, parents and teachers equip children with key skills that will serve them not only in academia but in everyday life, inspiring them to become lifelong learners and problem-solvers.