Geometry Worksheets & Teaching Resources
Our geometry worksheets cover the breadth of shape and measurement topics students will encounter at school. All the resources available through Cazoom Maths are clearly presented and engaging, helping your child or pupil to get to grips with all shape-related problems. We have geometry worksheets suitable for all ages and abilities, and they are all supplied with answers to check how well your child or pupil is doing. So whether they need help with calculating areas, or are stumped by trigonometry, use Cazoom to boost their confidence solving geometry problems.
Printable Geometry Resources
Our range of geometry worksheets will prepare your child or pupil for all types of question they might encounter. The resources available on Cazoom Maths highlight the key information they need to know, and offer plenty of opportunities to put this knowledge into practice. From introductory shape and area questions for primary school children up to higher level trigonometry for GCSE students, our geometry problem sheets will enable your child or pupil to make a success of shapes.
Reasons Why Studying Geometry is Important
Geometry encompasses a whole range of concepts including triangles and trigonometry, area and perimeter, lines and angles, and all other shape related problems. Geometry covers a whole range of concepts which will be encountered in everyday life. Studying geometry is important to develop skills such as logic, problem solving and spatial understanding. Some children find it difficult to visualise shapes, and practicing geometry questions using worksheets can help them develop this ability.
Geometry in the Workplace
Geometry has many practical applications. There are many different professions which use geometry to do their work. Those who work in construction will need to ensure angles are measured very precisely and that all lines are straight in order for a building to be safe; architects and interior designers need to use their geometry knowledge to guide their designs; and even those who work in computer animation will use geometry while putting together an animated film.
Preparation for GCSE Maths and Beyond
Geometry is linked to many other areas of maths. When children begin learning about shapes they will study 2D shapes and their properties, and this knowledge is consistently built upon as they progress through their education so that when they approach their GCSE exams, they realise there is a lot more to circles than they originally thought. Geometry problems might also become number problems or algebra problems, so it is important to make sure children are properly prepared by using quality geometry resources in the classroom and at home.