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Geometry (Shape) Maths Worksheets For Year 5 (age 9-10)

Children will be expected to be able to identify, visualise and describe 2D shapes and 3D solids. They will use their knowledge of the properties of 2D shapes to draw them and to identify nets of 3D shapes. Plotting co-ordinates in the first quadrant is introduced as well as terms such as parallel and perpendicular. Acute and obtuse angles are estimated and drawn, using suitable measuring equipment.

Describe and Classify 3D Shapes

Looking at the properties of cuboids, prisms and pyramids.

 Describe and Classify 3D Shapes
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3 pages

Describe and Classify 2D Shapes

Finding out what congruent shapes are, how to recognise a scalene triangle and using Venn diagrams and tree diagrams to classify shapes.

 Describe and Classify 2D Shapes
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5 pages

Make Shapes with Increasing Accuracy

Nets of cubes and pyramids and making 3D shapes from cubes. Using a pinboard to make 2D shapes that obey set rules.

 Make Shapes with Increasing Accuracy
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5 pages

Shapes and Nets

More nets of 3D shapes which can be cut out and folded to make the shapes.

 Shapes and Nets
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5 pages

More Shapes and Nets

Net of a 12 sided shape, more on nets for a cube and some ideas for tangrams.

 More Shapes and Nets
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5 pages

Use Co-ordinates

Using co-ordinates in the first quadrant to make shapes and solve problems.

 Use Co-ordinates
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6 pages

Parallel Perpendicular and Diagonal

Parallel lines are always the same distance apart and perpendicular lines are at right angles to each other.

 Parallel Perpendicular and Diagonal
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5 pages

Axes of Symmetry

2D shapes may have lots of axes of symmetry, or none at all!

 Axes of Symmetry
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4 pages

Reflections

Reflective symmetry; a mirror is really useful to help visualise this.

 Reflections
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5 pages

Translations

Translating shapes across a co-ordinate grid.

 Translations
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4 pages

Acute and Obtuse Angles

An acute angle is greater than zero degrees and less than 90 degrees. An obtuse angle is greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees.

 Acute and Obtuse Angles
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3 pages

Estimating Angles

Practice at estimating and measuring angles. Remember, angle is a measure of turn.

 Estimating Angles
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4 pages

Calculating Angles

More on measuring angles and calculating angles from given information.

 Calculating Angles
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4 pages

Shape Concepts: Year 5

A run through the main concepts in shape, position and angle in Year 5.

Shape Concepts: Year 5
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4 pages

Programme of Study: Year 5 Geometry

Statutory requirements for Geometry in Year 5.

Programme of Study: Year 5 Geometry
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1 pages