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Ch 10: 3rd Grade Math: Geometric Shapes & Figures

About This Chapter

Use this chapter to review geometric shapes and figures with your 3rd grade students. Our materials can help students make up for missed class time, get ready for a test, or be used as a supplement for class materials.

3rd Grade Math: Geometric Shapes & Figures - Chapter Summary

These lessons have been designed to help 3rd grade students of all levels gain a better understanding of geometric shapes and figures. The lessons explain fundamental information about various shapes and figures, including their characteristics and properties. Each lesson focuses on a single math concept. This allows young learners to focus on specific concepts until fully comprehend them. The lessons come with corresponding multiple-choice quizzes that can be used to asses students' understanding of the topics covered.

Chapter Topics

  • Line type identification
  • Line segments
  • Parts of regular polygons
  • Quadrilateral shapes
  • Facts about pentagons, hexagons, and octagons
  • Info about right angles
  • Geometric shapes and the line of symmetry
  • Examples of congruent figures
  • Properties of solid figures
  • The area of a triangle
  • Finding surface area
  • The definition of perimeter

14 Lessons in Chapter 10: 3rd Grade Math: Geometric Shapes & Figures
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Identifying Types of Lines: Lesson for Kids

1. Identifying Types of Lines: Lesson for Kids

Think about all the different lines you see on a daily basis. Lines are everywhere! Come and learn about parallel, perpendicular, vertical and horizontal lines in this lesson. You will be able to spot them with ease!

Line Segment: Lesson for Kids

2. Line Segment: Lesson for Kids

When you go to the grocery store you stand in a line. When you go to a movie, you also stand in a line. At an amusement park, you stand in a lot of lines! But did you know that in math, those aren't really lines at all - they're line segments!

Regular Polygons: Definition & Parts

3. Regular Polygons: Definition & Parts

What makes a polygon a polygon? And what shapes are considered polygons? In this lesson, find out the answers to these questions and more as we learn all about polygons and their parts.

Quadrilateral Lesson for Kids: Definition & Shapes

4. Quadrilateral Lesson for Kids: Definition & Shapes

You've learned about different types of shapes, but do you know about quadrilaterals? In this lesson, explore the definition of a quadrilateral and find out about many familiar and new types of quadrilaterals!

Pentagon Shape Facts: Lesson for Kids

5. Pentagon Shape Facts: Lesson for Kids

Find out all kinds of interesting facts about the five-sided shape called the pentagon! Learn about this shape, the different types of pentagons, examples of pentagons and why it's called a pentagon.

Hexagon Lesson for Kids: Definition & Facts

6. Hexagon Lesson for Kids: Definition & Facts

A hexagon is a polygon that has six sides and six angles. In this lesson, you'll learn how to identify a hexagon, including the different types, as well as where to find some examples in everyday life.

Octagon Lesson for Kids: Definition & Facts

7. Octagon Lesson for Kids: Definition & Facts

You see octagons every day, but can you identify one when you see it? In this lesson, you will learn about octagons. Definition, features, and interesting facts will be discussed.

Facts About Right Angles

8. Facts About Right Angles

A right angle is a special kind of angle. All right angles are the same, no matter how long their sides are. They are commonly found around the house, school, store, and neighborhood. After this lesson, you will see right angles everywhere!

What is a Line of Symmetry in Geometric Shapes?

9. What is a Line of Symmetry in Geometric Shapes?

After viewing this lesson, you should be able to identify shapes that have a line of symmetry in them and know how to find where this line is. A short quiz to test your knowledge will follow the lesson.

What Are Congruent Figures? - Definition & Examples

10. What Are Congruent Figures? - Definition & Examples

In this lesson, you'll learn what congruent figures are. You'll also see a few examples of congruent and non-congruent figures. Then, test your knowledge with a brief quiz.

Solid Figures: Definition, Properties & Examples

11. Solid Figures: Definition, Properties & Examples

Solid figures are everywhere around us. In this lesson, we'll learn what solid figures are, and we'll explore some common types of solid figures. After going through the lesson, you will be able to test your new-found knowledge with a quiz.

How to Find the Area of a Triangle: Lesson for Kids

12. How to Find the Area of a Triangle: Lesson for Kids

Look around you; measurements are everywhere! We measure the length and height of things all the time. The area of a shape is another important measurement to understand. In this lesson, we will explore the steps to finding the area of triangles.

Surface Area Lesson for Kids

13. Surface Area Lesson for Kids

This lesson explains surface area. You will learn how to use length and width to calculate the areas of the surfaces of an object and add them all together to find the total surface area.

Perimeter Lesson for Kids: Definition & Examples

14. Perimeter Lesson for Kids: Definition & Examples

There are many types of measurement you need to learn. In this lesson, you'll learn the definition of perimeter and how to find the perimeter of a variety of shapes.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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