These problems will give our children the chance to work methodically to answer the questions.  It is important to remember mistakes are valuable, they encourage brain growth and learning.




These triangles belong to three different families.




All the triangles in the same family are the same shape.

But they may not be the same size or the same way up.

Can you sort them out and explain how you did it?
Print the pictures of the triangles, then cut them out and sort them.

Sort the Triangles pdf

Sort the Triangles (black & white) pdf



Use these clues to color each shape:

6 squares arranged in 2 rows, one directly underneath the other, with 3 squares in each row

  • Blue is between green and red

  • Orange is below green

  • Yellow is to the left of both purple and orange