Write the 3-D shape’s name

Skill: Introduction to geometry


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


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


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


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


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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