# Know Your 2D Shapes: Name and Spell (2)

In this worksheet, students identify the 2D shape and then practise spelling the name of the shape.

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Geometry: Properties of Shapes

Curriculum subtopic:   Identify 2D Shapes

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet, you must name shapes without being given clues in the answers.

 circle triangle (3 sides) rectangle (4 sides) square (4 equal sides)

 pentagon (5 sides) hexagon (6 sides)

Example

Name this shape.

Triangle

What shape is this?

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• Question 1

What shape is this?

Circle
EDDIE SAYS
It is round.
• Question 2

What shape is this?

Square
EDDIE SAYS
4 equal sides.
• Question 3

What shape is this?

Hexagon
EDDIE SAYS
6 sides.
• Question 4

What shape is this?

Rectangle
EDDIE SAYS
4 sides.
• Question 5

What shape is this?

Triangle
EDDIE SAYS
3 sides.
• Question 6

What shape is this?

Pentagon
EDDIE SAYS
5 sides.
• Question 7

What shape is this?

Square
EDDIE SAYS
4 equal sides.
• Question 8

What shape is this?

Square
EDDIE SAYS
4 equal sides.
• Question 9

What shape is this?

Rectangle
EDDIE SAYS
4 sides.
• Question 10

What shape is this?

Circle
EDDIE SAYS
It is round.
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