Updated: Jan 27
Are you looking for worksheets and activities to review basic shapes for your pre-k children?
Then, this downloadable worksheets set is perfect for you! It includes 15 basic shapes worksheets on circle, square, triangle, rectangle and oval with amazing illustrations. You will also find free sample pages that you can download at the end of this post.
You can use these worksheets as revision to reach the math objectives:
Recognise and name basic shapes (circle, square, triangle, rectangle and oval)
Match identical shapes
Finding shapes in simple pictures
Your children can learn to recognise the basic shapes through various activities like tracing, coloring, counting, etc.
When you download this pre-k shapes worksheets set you will receive:
5 individual shape worksheets on circle, square, triangle, rectangle and oval. These shapes worksheets help children to recognise and identify each shape in its geometrical form as well as in objects or things found around them. You can see two sample pages on circle and square below.
You can use the worksheets as reference to some of the objects that you can show your children when introducing the shapes. As an example for the shape circle, you can point out the face of a clock is circular, a donut is also round and the hole in the donut is a circle too, serve circle cookies during snack time or bake your own cookies, etc.
5 shapes coloring or tracing worksheets on circle, square, triangle, rectangle and oval that aim to help children visually discriminate each shape and practice counting one - to - one corresponding at the same time.
3 variations of shapes matching activities
2 finding shapes worksheets that are suitable for your children who are very confident in naming all the shapes and are able to identify different shapes in simple pictures
This basic shapes worksheets set is going to save you a lot time in your planning and it covers all the shapes that pre-k level should know by the end of the year. In addition, the worksheets and activities are of varying level of difficulties giving you choices for suitable activity for your child.
Click the link below to download the shapes set.
click the pictures below to download some of the free sample pages from the set.
Please take not that these worksheets are meant for revision and I do not recommend using them as your main activity. Please make sure that you have done enough hands - on activities on shapes before doing the worksheets with your child or students.
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