# 3D Shapes Worksheets

1. Math >
2. Geometry >
3. 3D Shapes

Make your journey of understanding solid shapes effortless with this collection of 3D shapes worksheets. Within these pdfs, you’ll find a variety of three-dimensional shapes charts and exercises along with answer keys on three-dimensional shapes like cones, cylinders, spheres, cubes, prisms, and pyramids. Take a sneak peek into our free worksheets and see what’s in store.

Recognizing and Labeling 3D Shapes

Blending fun and learning, this set of printable 3D shapes charts and exercises is perfect to reinforce the concept of identifying 3D figures from their shapes and names for kids in kindergarten and grade 1.

Faces, Vertices, and Edges of 3D Shapes

Get acquainted with the unique properties of solid shapes and learn to differentiate between various 3D shapes with these exclusive pdfs featuring charts and interesting exercises.

Composing and Decomposing 3D Shapes

Discover an assortment of worksheets to kindle the math talent in 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade students. Learn to create complex 3D figures using simple shapes and break apart solid shapes into simple figures.

Comparing and Sorting 2D and 3D Shapes

Analyze and compare the difference between flat and solid shapes based on their defining attributes with this set of exercises.

Nets of 3D figures

Visualize how a 3D shape looks when it is laid out flat with this set of pdfs featuring charts and practice sheets. This compilation is exclusively designed for the use of students in grade 5 and grade 6.

Cross Sections of 3D Shapes

Work your way through this compilation and practice naming cross sections created by slicing the 3D objects and identifying the three-dimensional figures generated by rotations of 2D shapes.

Volume of 3D Shapes

Help young learners in 7th grade and 8th grade to calculate the volume of various 3D shapes, such as cubes, cylinders, cones, prisms, and pyramids, by applying the appropriate formulas.

Surface Area of 3D Shapes

Recall the formulas, plug in the values, and get students in high school to compute the surface area for a variety of shapes including prisms, pyramids, cones, cylinders, and more.