# 3-Dimentional Figures : Geometry : Fourth Grade Math Worksheets

Below, you will find a wide range of our printable worksheets in chapter 3-Dimentional Figures of section Geometry. These worksheets are appropriate for Fourth Grade Math. We have crafted many worksheets covering various aspects of this topic, faces, edges and vertices, drawing figures, patterns for solid figures, various views of solid figures, combining and dividing figures, and many more. We hope you find them very useful and interesting.

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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