Below are the beginner topics available for the category "Shapes" at ** Free Maths Games**.

Two-dimensional shapes

Identify the names of each of these two-dimensional shapes

Three-dimensional shapes

Identify the names of each of these three-dimensional shapes

How many sides

Count the number of sides on each of these 2-dimensional shapes

Count corners, edges, faces

Identify the number of corners (vertices), edges or faces on these 3-dimensional shapes

2-dimensional shapes by name

From these lists of names of shapes identify those that are 2 dimensional

3-dimensional shapes by name

From these lists of names of shapes identify those that are 3 dimensional

2-D shapes: name from diagram

Identify the names of these two-dimensional shapes

2-D shapes: diagram from name

Identify the diagram for each of these names of 2-dimensional shapes

3-D shapes: name from diagram

Identify the names of these three-dimensional shapes in various orientations

3-D shapes: diagram from name

Identify the correct diagram from the names of these 3-dimensional shapes

How many corners

Count the number of corners on each of these named 2-dimensional shapes

How many sides

Count the number of sides on each of these named 2-dimensional shapes

Recognising properties

Choose the correct set of properties for the given 2-dimensional shapes

Identify right angles

Identify whether the given angles are right angles or are angles greater than or less than a right angle

Horizontal and vertical

Identify the horizontal or vertical line from each selection of lines

Parallel or perpendicular

Identify whether each pair of lines are parallel or perpendicular

2-D shapes: name from diagram

Identify the names of these two-dimensional shapes

2-D shapes: diagram from name

Identify the correct diagram for each of these names of 2-dimensional shapes

3-D shapes: name from diagram

Identify the names of these three-dimensional shapes in various orientations

2-D shapes: triangles

Identify the names of types of triangles: equilateral, isosceles, scalene and right angle

2-D shapes: quadrilaterals

Identify the names of these quadrilateral shapes

Acute or obtuse

Identify whether the given angles are acute, right angle or obtuse

Order angles by size

Order the angles in each list from smallest to largest

How many sides

Identify the number of sides that each of these named 2-dimensional shapes have

How many vertices and sides

Count the number of vertices (corners) and sides on the given 2-D shapes

How many lines of symmetry

Identify the number of lines of symmetry each shape has

Recognising properties

Choose the correct set of properties for the given 2-dimensional shapes

2-D shapes: polygons, quadrilaterals

Identify the names of the given polygons and quadrilaterals

3-D shapes: name from diagram

Identify the names of these three-dimensional shapes in various orientations

3-D shapes from their nets

Identify the three-dimensional shape names for the given nets

How many lines of symmetry

Identify the number of lines of symmetry for each of these named shapes

Recognising properties

Choose the correct set of properties for each of the given shapes

Is the polygon regular or irregular?

Identify whether the illustrated polygons are regular or irregular

Acute, obtuse or reflex

Identify whether the given angles are acute, right, obtuse or reflex

Estimate the size of angles

Estimate the size of the given acute, obtuse and reflex angles to the nearest 10 degrees

Angles on a straight line

Use the fact that angles on a straight line sum to 180° to find the missing angle x

Angles around a point

Use the fact that angles around a point sum to 360° to find the missing angle x

Conventional markings

Identify correct markings for parallel lines, right angles and equal length sides

2D shapes from lengths, angles

For each set of lengths and angles identify the correct 2D shape that is described

3D shapes from their nets

Identify the three-dimensional shape names for the given nets

Nets from 3D shapes

Identify the correct net for the given three-dimensional shape names

Most vertices

For each pair of shapes, identify which one has the greater number of vertices

Most sides

For each pair of shapes, identify which one has the greater number of sides

Lines of symmetry

For each pair of shapes, identify which shape has more lines of symmetry

Shapes from properties

Choose the shape to which the given set of properties apply

Parts of a circle

Identify parts of a circle including radius, diameter, circumference, chord, tangent etc.

Acute angles

For each of these lists, identify the largest angle that is acute

Obtuse angles

Identify the smallest or largest angle in each of these sets which is obtuse

Reflex angles

Identify the smallest or largest angle in each of these sets that is reflex

Angles on a straight line

Use the fact that angles on a straight line sum to 180° to find the missing angle x

Angles inside a triangle

Use the fact that angles inside a triangle sum to 180° to find the missing angle X

Angles inside quadrilateral

Use the fact that angles inside a quadrilateral sum to 360° to find the missing angle X

Angles around a point

Use the fact that angles around a point sum to 360° to find the missing angle x

Each of our maths topics for beginner (Age 1 to Age 6) are made up of between 6 and 20 question and answer pairs (both the written form and a robot voice speaking those questions and answers). Each topic can be used with all the activities on the site.

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