Hi, I'm a Triangle Shape Worksheet

This learning resource is available in interactive and printable formats. The interactive worksshet can be played online and assigned to students. The Printable PDF version can be downloaded and printed for completion by hand.
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About the Worksheet

This interactive and printable worksheet, "Hi, I'm a Triangle!" worksheet is an engaging and educational resource designed to help young learners explore the world of triangles. This interactive and printable worksheet introduces children to the concept of triangles, their properties, and their real-world applications.

What will your child learn through this worksheet?

Through this worksheet, children will:

  • Identify triangles as closed shapes with three sides and three corners.
  • Recognize the important attributes of a triangle, such as the number of sides and corners.
  • Distinguish between important and unimportant attributes of a triangle.
  • Develop observational skills by identifying real-world objects shaped like triangles.
  • Foster creativity by drawing their own triangles.

Learning Outcomes


  • Understand the definition and basic properties of a triangle.
  • Identify the important attributes that define a triangle.
  • Recognize triangles in everyday objects and environments.


  • Practice drawing and representing triangles accurately.
  • Develop fine motor skills through coloring and writing activities.


  • Foster an interest and curiosity about geometric shapes.
  • Encourage a positive attitude towards learning and exploring new concepts.


  • Engage in collaborative learning by discussing and sharing examples of triangles.
  • Develop communication skills by explaining their understanding of triangles.


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Publisher: Workybooks
Written by:Jacqueline Juliano
Illustrated by: Sean Hnedak

Common core standards covered

Distinguish between defining attributes (e.g., triangles are closed and three-sided) versus non-defining attributes (e.g., color, orientation, overall size); build and draw shapes to possess defining attributes.

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