Coordinates and shapes

Last updated: 10/08/2021
Contributor: Ray Lowe
Coordinates and shapes
Main Subject
Key stage
Category
Geometry and measures: 2D shapes
Inside
Includes answers
Resource type
Worksheet

A KS3/Foundation GCSE maths worksheet resource that can be used to practise and develop concepts regarding coordinates and 2D shapes. It uses a standard x-y grid and a grid inclined at 60 degrees. Students are asked to identify equilateral, isosceles and right-angled triangles as well as parallelograms and trapezia. They compare the shapes formed using the same coordinates on the two different grids. This is a double sided worksheet with questions increasing in difficulty.          

 

 

      

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