In this study, the effect of micro-SiO2 (S) and micro-Al2O3 (A) additives on the strength of geopolymer pastes was investigated. Micro S + A are added to the raw ceramic powder (CP) by weight. NaOH is used as activator. The ratio of NaOH is adjusted to contain 3%, 6% and 9% sodium (Na) in proportion to the binder weight. CP is mixed with micro S, micro A and NaOH + water in a standard cement mixer, it is placed in standard molds of 40 mm x 40 mm x 160 mm. The molds were wrapped in a fireproof oven bag and kept in the oven at 105 degrees C for 24 h. As a result of the mechanical tests on the samples compressive strength between 3.53 and 17.97 MPa were determined in the samples containing micro S and micro A. An increase in compressive strength was observed with the increase of S/A and (S + A)/CP ratio in the samples. As a result of the regression analysis, it was concluded that 1.60% for S/A, 8.52% for (S + A)/CP and 6.74% for Na in geopolymer pastes could be the optimum mixing ratio.