Geometry (Shape) Maths Worksheets for Year 6 (age 10-11)
Shapes will be drawn and made with increasing accuracy. Plenty of fun can be had with symmetry, reflections and translations, especially when using co-ordinates.
2D and 3D Shape
Describing and classifying 2D and 3D shapes. See also SATs Booster Reasoning: Geometry.
Drawing shapes to scale.
More drawing 2D shapes to scale.
Working with the properties of 2D and 3D shapes.
Calculate angles on a straight line.
A look at angles around a point: protractors needed.
Find the missing angles in a variety of triangles.
A nifty way to find the total of the interior angles of a polygon.
Finding missing interior angles in four sided shapes.
Drawing the reflections of shapes in the mirror lines: a mirror is very useful to help with this.
Using co-ordinates in all four quadrants. Reflecting and translating shapes.
Here are sets of axes with positive numbers on the y-axis, but positive and negative numbers on the x-axis.
Working with co-ordinates in all four quadrants, using positive and negative numbers.
More on co-ordinates including typical SAT style questions.
Using co-ordinates to help with reflecting and translating shapes.