Students draw eight different geometric shapes
* and then add the number of sides
, and the sum of the interior angles
To make it easy, I included the drawings in black line and color so students could cut them out to add to the worksheet. I also included small diagrams of the diagonals so students could quickly add them to the worksheet. You can even choose to print the answer key in black line or color for a student who was absent or might struggle to complete the worksheet.
Just what you need as you introduce or review geometric shapes. Maybe a worksheet to include in your sub folder??
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* triangle, square, rectangle, rhombus, trapezoid, pentagon, hexagon, and octagon.
**Don't teach this? Simply change the º sign to # and have students write the number of angles in each shape!