In 7th grade, students will begin working with circles and triangles. They will also practice drawing, measuring and identifying angles. If your child could use some practice beyond assigned problems from the math textbook, you may want to check out these geometry worksheets from the Internet.

## Helping With Math's Worksheets

These free worksheets can help your child practice 7th grade geometry skills, such as identifying shapes, comparing similar and like triangles, measuring angles and perimeter. These worksheets are printable, so they cannot be completed online. You can find answers for each worksheet by checking the 'Show Answers' box.

## Math Drills' Exercises

Here, you'll find worksheets suitable for more advanced 7th grade geometry students. These worksheets will help your child practice skills like finding the surface area of 3-dimensional objects, like triangular prisms, and identifying complementary, supplementary and corresponding angles. The worksheets are organized by topic, but rather than grade level. You can refer to your son or daughter's math textbook to find worksheets that will complement his or her current math unit.

The available worksheets are divided into three categories: angle, transformational and 3-dimensional geometry. Each section has more than a dozen worksheets. The worksheets come as PDF files with answer keys.

## Quizzes and Worksheets from SoftSchools.com

Your son or daughter can review geometry lessons with these online and printable math problems. The 'math games' listed on the left-hand side of the page are actually online problem generators. For a geometry-related activity, select the 'Types of Triangles' quiz, which contains ten questions on various triangles classifications.

On the right side, you'll see a list of 6th and 7th grade printable worksheets. Several problem generators and worksheets cover geometry topics, like finding area by square roots, finding the volume of solids, finding the perimeter or polygons and measuring circles. Although the topics for 6th and 7th graders are mixed together, you can simply check your child's textbook to locate appropriate activities.

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