Compare 2D and 3D Shapes 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, titled "Comparing 2D and 3D shapes" is designed to help students understand and differentiate between two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D) shapes. It features a drag-and-drop activity where students match the shape descriptions with the corresponding shapes.

This interactive and printable worksheet, covers essential concepts such as vertices, sides, and equal sides, making it an excellent resource for introducing and reinforcing geometric principles. Its interactive format engages students and enhances their understanding of shape attributes.

What will your child learn through this worksheet?

Through this worksheet, your child will:

  • Differentiate between 2D and 3D shapes based on their properties
  • Identify the number of vertices and sides in various shapes
  • Recognize shapes with equal and opposite sides
  • Develop spatial awareness and shape recognition skills

Learning Outcomes


  • Demonstrate knowledge of 2D and 3D shape properties
  • Classify shapes based on their characteristics
  • Recognize and identify different types of shapes


  • Develop hand-eye coordination through the drag-and-drop activity
  • Exercise fine motor skills by manipulating digital shapes


  • Foster an interest in geometry and shape recognition
  • Build confidence in understanding and applying geometric concepts


  • Collaborate with peers or teachers during the learning process
  • Engage in discussions about shape properties and characteristics


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Publisher: Workybooks
Written by:Serena Din
Illustrated by: Workybooks Team

Common core standards covered

Model shapes in the world by building shapes from components (e.g., sticks and clay balls) and drawing shapes.

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