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Individual 2D Shapes Blue Print Posters

$0.99 or Free on Plus | PDF|Grades: F - 7

2D Shapes and their names, diagrams and properties on individual posters.

Print these posters out and laminate them. Put them up somewhere in your classroom that is visually accessible for your students.

The posters show the picture, name and properties for a Square, Circle, Rectangle, Pentagon, Hexagon, Rhombus, Parallelogram, Quadrilateral, Oval, Octagon, Scalene Triangle, Isosceles Triangle, Right-Angled Triangle, Equilateral Triangle, Kite and Trapezium.

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Hi, trapeziums only have one parallel side, not two.

Melanie Jones · May 21st, 2019

Never mind, I see it does not mean pair.

Melanie Jones · May 21st, 2019

The right angle triangle poster says that it has 2 sides of equal length … yet it is perfectly possible to have a right angled scalene. Could the poster be amended?

Also, the illustrations are of regular polygons. Could irregular pentagons, hexagons and octagons be added?


Lisa Taylor · Jun 13th, 2015

Sorry for not seeing this comment (years ago!)… we have updated the text right-angled triangle text. We have also added a black and white version. Thanks again for letting us know!

Scott (Teach Starter) · Jun 23rd, 2017

Clear, informative, concise.

Michelle Powell · Dec 12th, 2014

Resource Updates

  • Added a black and white version to save ink. Your blue ink will thank you for it :)

    Addition by Scott (Teach Starter) Jun 22nd, 2017

  • Removed the text specifying that a right-angled triangle has two equal sides. While this right-angled triangle has two equal sides, not all do.

    Fix by Scott (Teach Starter) Jun 22nd, 2017

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