- Lines, Rays and Line segments
Lines, Rays and Line Segments Worksheets
This ensemble of pdf worksheets forms a perfect launch pad for 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grades students to pick up the basics of geometry. Help them gain a better comprehension in identifying, drawing and labeling points, lines, rays, and line segments. Employ our printable charts, interesting MCQs, word problems and much more. Kick into gear with our free worksheets!
Pin up these vibrant charts and help students identify and differentiate among points, lines, rays and line segments. Definitions for each type are also included here.
Identify Points, Lines, Rays or Line Segments
The first part of these exercise pdfs requires 3rd grade and 4th grade learners to observe each model and identify them as either a point, a line, a ray or a line segment. The next section necessitates students to draw them.
Identify the correct Figure: MCQs
Employ these MCQs that feature pictorial representations/models of points, lines, rays and line segments. Get learners to mark their answers. Use the answer keys provided to verify their responses.
In the first section, students need to name each model and represent the lines, rays or line segments along with their symbols. Read each symbol to draw and label the models as described in the next section.
Identify Lines, Rays or Line Segments: MCQ
Based on the models provided in this series of MCQs, choose the correct option that best represents them. Download and print these worksheets that make for great in-class assignments.
Line, Ray, Line Segments: Complex Figures | Level 1
Aggrandize your practice upon answering the questions in these printable worksheets for grade 4 and grade 5. A complex figure depicts lines, rays, and line segments sharing one or more common points. Analyze it and set the ball rolling!
Line, Ray, Line Segments: Complex Figures | Level 2
Observe the multiple rays, lines, and line segments sharing several common points, and identify the opposite rays, locate points, and name them with the apt notation. Answer some concept-based questions and give reasons too!