Shapes for kids: Nonagons
For a shape to qualify as a nonagon, it must have nine sides and nine angles. All of these need to be closed lines and it also must be a 2D shape. There are regular and irregular nonagons. Better understand the nonagon and print off a page for the kids to colour in.
What you need:
- computer with internet access
- colouring pencils
Number of players:
There is a misconception amongst some parents that mathematics education does not seriously begin until the first formal year of schooling. In fact your pre-kinder student has already begun developing a range of mathematical behaviours which will support their numeracy development.
These emerging numeracy skills, like all milestones will develop within the context of opportunity and repetition at the individual pace of your child.
Shapes are the base of many mathematical activities and to identify these shapes, it is important for kids to see examples and learn the differences between them. Our simple, printable charts will help your kids better understand nonagons.
Print the nonagon to help your kids learn the differences in the numbers of sides and angles with a visual aide to follow.
Find more shapes for kids:
- Shapes for kids: Polygons
- Shapes for kids: Triangles
- Shapes for kids: Quadrilaterals
- Shapes for kids: Pentagons
- Shapes for kids: Octagon
- Shapes for kids: Nonagon
- Shapes for kids: Hexagon
- Shapes for kids: Heptagons
- Shapes for kids: Decagon
- Shapes for kids: Rhombus