Free Math Games has the following sub-categories and topics for 6th grade Geometry & measures. You can study any of the topics with our 3 tutorial activities by following the 'Lessons' link. If you are familiar with the subject, try some of our 10 free games to practice the topic by following the 'Games' links, or test yourself with our multiple choice and written tests using the 'Tests' link.

Parts of the circle 1

Identify the following parts of a circle: radius, diameter, circumference; calculate radius and diameter

Perimeter of rectangles

Use the formula P=2(L+W) to calculate the perimeters of the given rectangles

Perimeter of triangles

Use the formula P = 3L to calculate the perimeters of each of the equilateral triangles

Perimeter of parallelograms

Use the formula Perimeter = 2(Base + Side) to calculate the perimeters of the given parallelograms

Perimeter of trapezia

Calculate the perimeters of the given trapezia by adding the lengths of all it's sides

Perimeter of compound shapes

Calculate the perimeters of the given compound shapes constructed from parallelograms

Area of rectangles

Calculate the areas of the given rectangles using the formula area = length x height, A = L x W

Area of triangles

Use the formula area = ½ x base x height to calculate the areas of the given equilateral triangles

Area of parallelograms

Calculate the areas of the given parallelograms

Area of compound shapes

Calculate the areas of the given compound shapes constructed from parallelograms to 2 d.p.

Count edges of 3D shapes

Work out the total number of edges for each of the given solids

Count vertices of 3D shapes

Work out the total number of vertices for each of the given solids

Count faces of 3D shapes

Work out the total number of faces for each of the given solids

Calculate the volume of cuboids

Use the standard formula (length x width x height) to calculate the volume of cuboids

Angles on a straight line

Use the angles on a straight line rule to find the missing angles

Angles around a point

Use the angles around a point rule to find the missing angles

Angles in a triangle

Use the fact that angles within a triangle sum to 180° to find the missing angles

Identify types of triangle

Using standard conventions identify isosceles, equilateral, right-angle and scalene triangles

Identify the quadrilateral

Use the given properties to identify the quadrilateral

Lines of symmetry: quadrilaterals

How many lines of symmetry does each of the given shapes have?

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