# 25+ Geometric shapes Names and Pictures PDF

25+ Geometric shapes names and pictures PDF. Here is the list of most common and well known geometric shapes with their pictures, definitions and examples. You must have an idea about these shapes. There is a vast use of these common shapes. You can learn this complete lesson and download PDF at the end.

## Geometric shapes names and pictures

• Ellipse
• Cube
• Cylinder
• Star
• Heptagon
• Hexagon
• Crescent
• Pyramid
• Right triangle
• Parallelogram
• Rhombus
• Rectangular
• Rectangular Prism
• Octagon
• Cone
• Triangle
• Scalene triangle
• Arrow
• Square
• Pentagon
• Trapezoid
• Circle
• Oval
• Decagon
• Heart
• Cross ## Geometric shapes names and pictures with Definitions

1. Ellipse

In an easy way, we can describe the ellipse as “It is a circle that is stretched to make an oval shape. But remember that every oval is not an ellipse.”

1. Cube

It is a solid or hollow three-dimensional shape contained in six squares.

1. Cylinder

It is a geometric figure with a circular cross-section and straight parallel sides.

1. Star

This geometrical shape is due to the idea of stars that shine in the sky. You can make 5 or 6 corner stars.

1. Heptagon

A geometrical plane figure with seven straight sides and angles is known as a heptagon.

1. Hexagon

A geometrical plane figure that has six straight sides and angles is known as a hexagon.

1. Crescent

It is a moon-like curve shape. It looks like a waning moon.

1. Pyramid

It is a mountain-like geometrical shape in which all the sloping sides meet at the same point at the top.

1. Right triangle

A triangular shape having one angle of 90 degrees is known as a triangle.

1. Parallelogram

A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with opposite sides parallel (and therefore opposite angles equal).

1. Rhombus

It is a four equal sides parallelogram having equal opposite acute and obtuse angles.

1. Rectangle

A Plane geometrical shape having opposite sides of the same length and all the angles are 90 degrees is known as a rectangle.

1. Octagon

A plane geometrical figure that has 8 sides is known as an octagon.

1. Triangle

A plane geometrical figure that has three sides and three angles.

1. Arrow

This shape is used to show position, direction, or location.

1. Square

A geometrical plane shape that has all four sides the same and at the same angles.

1. Pentagon

A plane shape that has five sides is known as the pentagon.

1. Trapezoid

A quadrilateral with only two parallel sides. The length of the two opposite sides is the same and the other two are of different lengths.

1. Circle

It is a plane shape that has all the boundary points at an equal distance from a single fixed point at the center.

1. Oval

It is the stretched circle to one side.

1. Decagon

A plane geometrical shape having 10 sides is known as a decagon.

1. Heart

It is the shape that is used to represent the plane shape of the human heart.

1. Cross

It’s like a sign of multiplication.

## Examples Of 2d Shapes In Everyday Life

1. Doors and windows in homes are often rectangular or square.

2. Street signs are usually triangular.

3. The buttons on your remote control are usually round or oval.

4. Billboards and signs may be rectangular, square, or triangular in shape.

5. Pizza slices are often cut into triangular shapes.

6. CDs and DVDs are circular in shape.

7. The cover of a book is usually rectangular or square.

8. The steering wheel in a car is usually circular.

9. Some road signs can be either a pentagon, hexagon, or octagon.

10. The blades of some fans are typically star-shaped.

11. Playing cards are often cut into the shape of a rhombus.

12. The sides of some umbrellas may be trapezoidal in shape.

13. The sides of some paperclips may be triangular or rectangular in shape.

14. Many playground slides are curved, in the shape of an ellipse.

15. Some window frames may be a parallelogram in shape.

16. The edges of some coins are curved and can be in the shape of an ellipse.

17. The outline of many countries on a map is often a polygon.

18. Many mountains and hills are often triangular in shape.

19. Some swimming pools are rectangular or oval in shape.

20. Some buildings have star-shaped architectural designs.   