# 4th Grade Geometry Worksheets and Practice Problems

During 4th grade geometry units, students typically study different types of polygons, angles and measurement. If your child needs help reviewing these concepts, you can check out the free worksheets available online. Read on for information on where to go for free math help.

## HelpingWithMath.com's Geometry Resources

These printable, 4th grade geometry worksheets cover topics ranging from finding the perimeter of shapes to measuring and estimating angles. Simply scroll down to the 'geometry' heading and click on the links to open these free worksheets. Well over a dozen pre-made worksheets are offered, and each of them comes with an answer key.

Because they only have a few problems, many of the worksheets are ideal for quick review sessions. Drawings appear on the worksheets and your child can practice evaluating them by sight and using number scales.

## Worksheets from Math4Children.com

Here are ten printable geometry worksheets for your 4th grader. Each link describes exactly what skill your child will be practicing in the worksheet. For instance, one worksheet is listed as 'Relate shapes to common objects.' Another is called, 'Identifying pictures with lines of symmetry.' When you click to open one of these, you'll see a worksheet and an answer key, both in PDF format.

Many other 4th grade math units can be practiced here as well. Once your child has mastered geometry, he or she might want to try out the spatial sense, probability, graphs or mixed operations worksheets.

## AAA Math's 4th Grade Exercises

The four mini geometry lessons and online practice problems available here can help your child understand polygons and triangles. One link takes you to a chart where different types of polygons are described based on how many sides and angles they have. For instance, a decagon has ten sides and ten angles. After reviewing, use the practice problem generator near the bottom of the page, which requires students to identify how many sides and angles are in various types of polygons. Similarly, one of the triangle lessons explains three varieties of triangles and how to tell them apart.

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