# Classifying triangles

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### Incorporate triangle worksheets and learn to classify triangles, area and perimeter, angles, inequalities, similar triangles, congruent triangles and more.

### Boost your fourth grader's math skills — like reducing fractions, working with angles, multi-digit multiplication, and more — with these worksheets.

Kathy Sutherland saved to Math

### How to classify triangles classify triangles based on sides and angles, Grade 6, with video lessons with examples and step-by-step solutions.

Jami Caruso Richardson saved to school help

### Description Would your students benefit from a fold up resource that listed all the different type of triangles? This geometry resource classifies triangles by both their angle and the length of their sides. Included: • A six flap fold-up that classifies triangles by their angles (right, acute and obtuse) and by the length of their sides (equilateral, isosceles and scalene). A definition and a visual representation is given of each. • This product also includes two 2-sided practice pages and…

Amaysen Creations saved to Cool School Stuff

### Write the missing congruence property

### Description This activity can be used as a stand-alone worksheet or incorporated into an interactive notebook. Students will be given pictures of triangles that they will have to classify by sides and angles and glue onto a grid. Acute, right, obtuse and equiangular are written down the side, while scalene, isosceles and equilateral are written at the top. For example, one picture is of an acute scalene triangle. They will find acute on the side of the grid and scalene on the top and glue it…

Deena Furlow saved to Teaching- Geometry

### Using the sides and angles of triangles you can determine their type, the knowledge of which is tested while solving the below printable worksheets.

eben osae saved to Math worksheets

### Hey guys! The big update is almost here for my geometry unit! It will go live tomorrow morning, but I wanted to share with you how I organ...

Courtney Lee saved to Mathematics