# Geometry : Fourth Grade Math Worksheets

This page contains all our printable worksheets in section Geometry of Fourth Grade Math. As you scroll down, you will see many worksheets for lines, rays, angles, and plane figures, 3-dimentional figures, geometry in motion, and more.

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Lines, Rays, Angles, and Plane Figures

Points, Lines, Rays, and Angles - I

Identify and differentiate between points, lines and rays. Relate geometry in daily life with these objects. Know the difference between a line and line segment.

Category:  Geometry     Lines, Rays, Angles, and Plane Figures     Points, Lines, Rays and Angles

Points, Lines, Rays, and Angles - II

Count the lines and angles in geometrical shapes. Draw points, lines, and angles in this worksheet.

Category:  Geometry     Lines, Rays, Angles, and Plane Figures     Points, Lines, Rays and Angles

Measuring Angles - I

Measure angles using a protractor. Learn about right, acute, and obtuse angles. Compare angles and see if they are less or greater 90 degree.

Category:  Geometry     Lines, Rays, Angles, and Plane Figures     Classifying and Measuring Angles

Measuring Angles - II

Draw and label angles using tools. Look at the shapes and count how many right angles are there in all of the internal angles. Check you knowledge of angles in this worksheet.

Category:  Geometry     Lines, Rays, Angles, and Plane Figures     Classifying and Measuring Angles

Line Relationships - I

Learn about intersecting lines. Practice identifying and drawing parallel and perpendicular lines. How many angles are formed when two lines intersect?

Category:  Geometry     Lines, Rays, Angles, and Plane Figures     Intersecting and Parallel Lines

Line Relationships - II

When lines intersect, they form angles. Look at the intersecting lines and note the types of angles they form. Draw parallel and perpendicular lines using tools.

Category:  Geometry     Lines, Rays, Angles, and Plane Figures     Intersecting and Parallel Lines

Polygons - I

Inspect shapes and determine whether they are polygons. Name polygons by looking at shapes. What is a regular polygon?

Category:  Geometry     Lines, Rays, Angles, and Plane Figures     Polygons

Polygons - II

Name polygons based on their properties like internal angles and number of sides and vertices. Check some facts with your knowledge of polygons.

Category:  Geometry     Lines, Rays, Angles, and Plane Figures     Polygons

Triangles - I

Practice with triangles and their basic properties. Classify triangles( right, isosceles, or equilateral) based on the length of sides or measurement of internal angles.

Category:  Geometry     Lines, Rays, Angles, and Plane Figures     Triangles

Triangles - II

Draw triangles and combine them to make polygons. More practice problems are there to help you know more about types of triangles.

Category:  Geometry     Lines, Rays, Angles, and Plane Figures     Triangles

Quadrilaterals have four sides and four internal angles. Be fluent in classifying quadrilaterals in various categories like squares, rectangles, trapezoids, and parallelograms.

Category:  Geometry     Lines, Rays, Angles, and Plane Figures     Quadrilaterals

Examine shapes and find the type of quadrilaterals. Check whether the statements in worksheets are true about quadrilaterals and their types.

Category:  Geometry     Lines, Rays, Angles, and Plane Figures     Quadrilaterals

Circles - I

Learn about circles and their properties. What is radius, chord, or diameter? How are radius and diameter related?

Category:  Geometry     Lines, Rays, Angles, and Plane Figures     Circles

Circles - II

Find the radius of a circle if diameter is provided and vice versa. Learn to draw circles using tools. Name the biggest chord of a circle.

Category:  Geometry     Lines, Rays, Angles, and Plane Figures     Circles

3-Dimentional Figures

Faces, Edges, and Vertices - I

Count the number of faces, edges, and vertices in 3-dimensional figures like prisms and pyramids . Draw figures when these properties(i.e number of faces) are provided.

Category:  Geometry     3-Dimentional Figures     Faces, Edges and Vertices

Face, Edges, and Vertices - II

Check and practice facts about 3-d shapes like prism, pyramid, cube and other types. Give examples of 3-d shapes based on number of sides, edges, or vertices.

Category:  Geometry     3-Dimentional Figures     Faces, Edges and Vertices

Drawing Figures - I

Draw 2-d and 3-d figures like squares, triangles, cubes, square pyramids, and rectangular prisms etc. Complete the figures by drawing missing sides or faces.

Category:  Geometry     3-Dimentional Figures     Drawing Figures

Drawing Figures - II

Practice drawing figures based on stated properties in this worksheet. I.e draw a triangular prism when both triangular faces are equilateral triangles.

Category:  Geometry     3-Dimentional Figures     Drawing Figures

Drawing Figures - III

Practice drawing missing sides to complete the figures. You will draw shapes using the stated dimensions and number of sides in this worksheet too using a ruler.

Category:  Geometry     3-Dimentional Figures     Drawing Figures

Drawing Figures - IV

Associate shapes with their attributes while drawing them. Draw equilateral triangle, rectangular prism, regular pentagon, and a trapezoid in this worksheet.

Category:  Geometry     3-Dimentional Figures     Drawing Figures

Nets for Solid Figures - I

Solid figures can be drawn using nets and then folding them across the lines on the net. In this worksheet, draw the net for the solid figures and construct the figure using a net.

Category:  Geometry     3-Dimentional Figures     Patterns for Solid Figures

Nets For Solid Figures - II

Draw nets for the given solid figures in this worksheet. Also, practice drawing the figure when the net is provided to you. See how the net of a cone or cylinder looks.

Category:  Geometry     3-Dimentional Figures     Patterns for Solid Figures

Different Views of Solid Figures - I

When you look at various 3-d shapes from different angles, you see a 2-d view. In this worksheet, you will draw various views of solid shapes.

Category:  Geometry     3-Dimentional Figures     Various Views of Solid Figures

Different Views of Solid Figures - II

Examine a view and figure out the shape that it belongs to. Draw top, front, and side views of cylinders, spheres, and pyramids.

Category:  Geometry     3-Dimentional Figures     Various Views of Solid Figures

Combine and Divide Figures - I

In this worksheet, students will combine and divide shapes to make new shapes. Can you make a square when you combine two rectangles?

Category:  Geometry     3-Dimentional Figures     Combining and Dividing Figures

Combine and Divide Figures - II

Examine a complex shapes and count how many squares and triangles are there in the given shape. Practice combining and dividing shapes and see what you make.

Category:  Geometry     3-Dimentional Figures     Combining and Dividing Figures

Geometry in Motion

Congruent and Similar Figures - I

Learn about the similarity and congruence. Look at the pair of shapes and identify whether they are congruent or similar. Draw congruent shapes using the given dimensions.

Category:  Geometry     Geometry in Motion     Congruent and Similar Figures

Symmetry - I

Learn about line and rotational symmetry. Look at a shape or picture and draw the line/s of symmetry. How many lines of symmetry does a circle have?

Category:  Geometry     Geometry in Motion     Symmetry

Symmetry - II

Identify figures that can be divided equally using a line of symmetry. Match some shapes with the type of symmetry they appear to have.

Category:  Geometry     Geometry in Motion     Symmetry

Transformation - I

Learn about types of transformation in shapes when they move. Is it translation, rotation or reflection? Draw reflection and rotations of given shapes.

Category:  Geometry     Geometry in Motion     Turns and Transformations

Transformation - II

Tell how a figure/shape has moved by examining before and after pictures. Rotate shapes by a certain degree and draw how they will appear.

Category:  Geometry     Geometry in Motion     Turns and Transformations

Patterns in Geometry - I

When you repeat geometrical shapes, they make a pattern. Learn to identify and extend patterns by predicting the next occurrence/s. Write the rules for the pattern you find.

Category:  Geometry     Geometry in Motion     Patterns