2D Geometry Shapes
Reference Guide

These 2D geometry shapes are listed for quick reference.  I also have a 3D Shape section.


If you know what your shape looks like, but can't remember its name, simply compare with the images bellow. 

When you want more information about a shape, simply click on it's image. With each shape, I break down their construction, their special qualities, and how they fit together to make much more complicated 2d and 3d shapes.

Knowing how to work with these shapes will give your child a strong advantage in the world of geometry.

Geometry Shapes for the Elementary Student

Circle

Triangle

Polygons

Quadrilaterals

Complex Shapes

If I am don't have the shape you are interested in, please contact me. That way, I can ensure I am creating the best information for you!

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