Write the 3-D shape’s name

Skill: Introduction to geometry

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A box, or cube, is a six-sided square.

This math worksheet will give your second grader practice identifying and naming 3-D shapes such as cone, cylinder, pyramid, cube, sphere, and prism.

 
 
 

Write the 3-D shape’s name, part 2

Skill: Learning geometric shapes

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The sequel — also in 3-D!

This follow-up 3-D math worksheet again helps your child match the names of figures — such as cone, cylinder, pyramid, cube, sphere, and prism — to their 3-D shapes.

 
 
 

Curved and flat 3-dimensional shapes

Skill: Recognizing shape attributes

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Flat or curvy?

Which shapes are made up of curves? Which are made up of flat surfaces? And which have both flat and curved surfaces? Your child will study 3-dimensional shapes in this math worksheet. This could be tricky! They may want to examine a real object as well as the picture.

 
 
 

Finding corners

Skill: Sorting geometric shapes

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It’s right around the corner!

Your child will find the shapes with corners and then write the name of each shape in this geometry math worksheet. Reminder: A shape must have flat surfaces to have corners!

 
 
 

Finding curved surfaces

Skill: 3-dimensional shapes

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Things are shaping up

In this math worksheet, your child will study 3-dimensional shapes to identify curved and straight-edged shapes.

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Updated: April 16, 2016