Drawing Points, Lines, Segments & Rays: Lesson for Kids


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Which of the following is true about a line?

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1. What is the difference between a ray and a line segment?

2. Which of the following are parallel lines?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz/worksheet assessment tool is a great way to find out how much you know about drawing simple geometric figures. You will be quizzed on your ability to understand details about these figures and to correctly recognize examples of them.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

When taking this quiz, you must be able to:

  • Recognize true statements about lines
  • Differentiate between a ray and a line segment
  • Identify parallel lines
  • Note what type of line a flag pole represents
  • Choose a correct image of a ray

Skills Practiced

  • Noticing differences - compare rays and line segments
  • Remembering details - remember facts about lines
  • Learning practice - use what you know to answer questions about rays and parallel lines

Additional Learning

Draw even more information about this topic from the lesson called Drawing Points, Lines, Segments & Rays: Lesson for Kids. This lesson provides the following:

  • An explanation of what a point is used for
  • A definition of line segment
  • Examples of different types of lines
  • A table showing illustrations of a point, line segment and ray