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Know Your 2D Shapes: Using Tree Diagrams

In this worksheet, students sort 2D shapes by identifying their specific features.

'Know Your 2D Shapes: Using Tree Diagrams' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:  Geometry: Properties of Shapes

Curriculum subtopic:  Recognise 2D and 3D Shapes

Difficulty level:  

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet, you must feed shapes into a simple tree diagram to see where they exit.

Look at this example in which we feed a circle in at the top.

 

 

A circle does not have any right angles and it does have curved sides.

So the circle ends up at C.

Feed the following shape into the tree diagram.

 

SQUARE

 

Where does it exit?

A

B

C

D

Feed the following shape into the tree diagram.

 

 

   CIRCLE

 

Where does it exit?

A

B

C

D

Feed the following shape into the tree diagram.

 

 

  TRIANGLE

 

Where does it exit?

A

B

C

D

Feed the following shape into the tree diagram.

 

RECTANGLE

 

Where does it exit?

A

B

C

D

Feed the following shape into the tree diagram.

 

     OVAL

 

Where does it exit?

A

B

C

D

Feed the following shape into the tree diagram.

 

 

 HEXAGON

 

Where does it exit?

A

B

C

D

Feed the following shape into the tree diagram.

 

 

RIGHT-ANGLED TRIANGLE

 

Where does it exit?

A

B

C

D

Feed the following shape into the tree diagram.

 

 

PENTAGON

 

Where does it exit?

A

B

C

D

Feed the following shape into the tree diagram.

 

 

RHOMBUS

 

Where does it exit?

A

B

C

D

Feed the following shape into the tree diagram.

 

 

SEMICIRCLE

 

Where does it exit?

A

B

C

D

  • Question 1

Feed the following shape into the tree diagram.

 

SQUARE

 

Where does it exit?

CORRECT ANSWER
A
EDDIE SAYS
A square has 4 right angles and 4 equal sides.
  • Question 2

Feed the following shape into the tree diagram.

 

 

   CIRCLE

 

Where does it exit?

CORRECT ANSWER
C
EDDIE SAYS
A circle has no right angles and is curved.
  • Question 3

Feed the following shape into the tree diagram.

 

 

  TRIANGLE

 

Where does it exit?

CORRECT ANSWER
D
EDDIE SAYS
This triangle has no right angles and no curved sides.
  • Question 4

Feed the following shape into the tree diagram.

 

RECTANGLE

 

Where does it exit?

CORRECT ANSWER
B
EDDIE SAYS
A rectangle has 4 right angles and opposite sides are equal.
  • Question 5

Feed the following shape into the tree diagram.

 

     OVAL

 

Where does it exit?

CORRECT ANSWER
C
EDDIE SAYS
An oval has no right angles and is curved.
  • Question 6

Feed the following shape into the tree diagram.

 

 

 HEXAGON

 

Where does it exit?

CORRECT ANSWER
D
EDDIE SAYS
This hexagon has no right angles and no curved sides.
  • Question 7

Feed the following shape into the tree diagram.

 

 

RIGHT-ANGLED TRIANGLE

 

Where does it exit?

CORRECT ANSWER
B
EDDIE SAYS
A right-angled triangle has one right angle and not all the sides are the same length.
  • Question 8

Feed the following shape into the tree diagram.

 

 

PENTAGON

 

Where does it exit?

CORRECT ANSWER
D
EDDIE SAYS
This pentagon has no right angles and none of its sides are curved.
  • Question 9

Feed the following shape into the tree diagram.

 

 

RHOMBUS

 

Where does it exit?

CORRECT ANSWER
D
EDDIE SAYS
This rhombus has no right angles and none of its sides are curved.
  • Question 10

Feed the following shape into the tree diagram.

 

 

SEMICIRCLE

 

Where does it exit?

CORRECT ANSWER
C
EDDIE SAYS
The semicircle has no right angles but it is curved.
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