# 10 Free Triangle Identification Worksheet | 2nd Grade | PDF

There is something fun about learning and exploring shapes. Our lives are full of geometry and shapes. There are shapes and geometry in every sphere of our lives. Thatâ€™s why today we have brought you triangle identification worksheet.

**And today, we get to explore triangles**! The area bound by three equal or unequal sides is called a triangle. As simple as a triangle looks, you may find it challenging to identify a triangleâ€™s type.

So, in this article, you will find some interesting and fun activities related to triangle identification worksheet.

## Classification of Triangles

**Triangle types mainly depend on the length of their three sides and the size of their three angles.** Below we have provided the **classification of triangles** based on **both length of the sides and angles**.

### Identify Triangle Based on the Length of Sides

**Based on the length of the sides**, we may identify three different sorts of triangles.

**Equilateral Triangle****Isosceles Triangle****Scalene Triangle**

**Equilateral triangles** are exactly what they sound like. Equal refers to having the same amount or size, and lateral refers to the sides.

So a triangle whose sides are entirely equal is said to be equilateral. Also, in an equilateral triangle, all the angles are 60 degrees!

**An isosceles triangle has only two equal sides.** For a fun fact, isosceles means having equal legs. Humans have two legs, which helps us remember that an isosceles triangle has two equal sides and two equal angles.

Finally, we come to the** scalene triangle**. Its name means odd or uneven. **So a scalene triangle is a triangle in which no angles or sides are equal.**

Whatever the type of triangle is,** the sum of the smaller two sides will always be greater than the larger side**.

### Identify Triangle Based on Angles

We can also classify triangles based on the measurements of their angles. If your children aren’t familiar with angles, you may want to work on measuring some before you introduce these types of triangles, but once you do that, you will be ready to go.

**Right Angle Triangle****Acute Angle Triangle****Oblique Angle Triangle**

Let’s start with the right triangle. It is an easy one. **A right angle is 90 degrees, and a right triangle has one angle that equals 90.**

As you know,** an obtuse angle is an angle greater than a right angle (90 degrees) and less than a straight line, which is 180 degrees**. An obtuse triangle is a triangle that has one angle that is obtuse.

Now, our last triangle is the acute one. Of course**, an acute angle is an angle that is less than 90 degrees but more than zero**.

Remember, **the sum of all three angles of a triangle will be equal to 180 degrees**.

## 5 Fun Activities Related to Triangle Identification Worksheet

You’ve probably guessed it by now, but a **triangle can have two different names altoghether**. Let’s say a triangle has a right angle and two 45-degree angles. Yes, it is a right triangle, but it is also an isosceles triangle.

In fact, you could call it a right isosceles triangle. **An equilateral triangle is always an acute triangle**. **A triangle can only have 180 degrees between the three angles**. **So, 180 divided by 3 is 60**.

The angles of the equilateral triangle are always 60, and therefore it is also an acute triangle. The following sections include five fun activities regarding triangle identification in the worksheet. Read the details of each activity before starting.

### Activity 1: Identify the Triangle Fill the Gaps

The easiest way of identification is a **visual representation**. By seeing a triangle with proper measurement and information, youngsters can find out what kind of triangle it is. Thatâ€™s why our first activity will involve marking the right type of triangle based on the length of sides by seeing the following PDF.

### Activity 2: See and Guess the Triangle Types

In the previous activity, the measurement of each side of a triangle was given. So, it was easy to identify. But here, instead of measurement, **some signs will be provided**. Your task is to** understand the meaning of each sign** and **provide the correct classification of the triangles**.

### Activity 3: Measure Each Angle of the Triangle

The previous two activities were based on the identification of triangles based on their sides. This time, we will provide you with another worksheet, **where you have to make the classification by measuring the angles**.

By reading the details of the classification provided in the first part of this article, you can easily complete this task. So, take the challenge and be a champ.

### Activity 4: Which Angle Is Which Triangle!

Challenges come along with complexity. If you need to sharpen your skills then some complex tasks must be performed. Thatâ€™s why this time **the measurement of the angles of each article is missing**. **By visualizing the triangles with your bare eyes, you have to measure the angles and classify them**.

### Activity 5: Two Is Better Than One

Why not make the last activity more challenging? Up until now, you have been classifying triangles based on only one criterion. **You will consider both sides and angles for identification this time**.

## Download Free Printable PDF

In the above discussion, I have discussed various interesting activities regarding the triangle identification worksheet for your little champs. These activities will help your students enhance their skills regarding these types of triangle identification problems.

The free triangle identification worksheet PDF is available for download below. You can download this practice sheet by clicking on the download button and printing it from your device.

ÂPlease feel free to give any feedback regarding this article. Also, if your little one is having trouble doing these activities, let us know in the comment section.

Enjoy!

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