Preschool Shape Activities

Preschool shape activities help your child develop early math skills. These shape activities for preschoolers encourage your child to identify shapes in real life, create images with shapes, and draw standard shapes. These preschool shape activities are brimming with the fun of polygons and elementary geometry, and will get your child excited about the shapes that surround him everyday. Try some of these shape activities for preschoolers, and have fun while building math skills!

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Boost shape recognition with this matching game where your child will pair up sticks to create simple shapes.
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Try this fun and interactive collage activity with your preschooler to teach her the "building blocks" of math and architecture.
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Have fun with the kids by "shaping up" your standard chocolate chip cookie recipe, and teach kids about sorting and shapes while you're at it.
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Play with shapes, like triangles and circles, to help your child review the different kinds and create a new picture!
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Bring the classic game of "Red Rover" up to date with color and shape recognition skills for your child.
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This engaging, fun, pattern resist painting is inspired by your little one's love of shapes.
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Here's Twist 'N Turn: let your preschooler or pre-kindergartener be outside and active while learning about shapes, colors, directions, and word recognition.
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When your child is itching for a game, consider ditching Hide and Seek in favor of Shape and Seek. Here's how it works:
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Your child will practice her counting and number recognition as she matches printed numbers to the same number of repetitions of a simple design.
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Challenge your preschooler to a game of shape match-up--an entertaining way to boost her observational ability.
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Sponges are easy to handle and fun to play with, and your child will love putting these simple, three-piece puzzles together.
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Winter is a great time to create a textured polar bear. Not only will your child gain practice identifying shapes, he'll also work out fine motor skills.
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Here's a Halloween, math activity: have your preschooler or pre-kindergartener carve shapes into a Jack-O-Lantern face and boost her shape recognition skills.
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This imaginative art activity will help your child to better understand symmetry and explore color and shape.
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Help your preschooler or preschooler with shape recognition, math, and matching by creating your own personal shapes cards, good for home or car.
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Disguise a lesson focused on shape recognition as a Santa collage, and your pre-kindergartener won't even realize she's learning!
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Make a mixed up animal collage and help your preschooler build her visual arts and math skills along the way.
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In this activity, your kid will cut rectangles, circles and triangles to create a portrait of the jolliest man of them all: Santa Claus!
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Your child can count down the days until Christmas while giving Santa's beard a trim. This adorable project bolsters counting and number recognition skills.
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This season, your child will make his very own candy cane decoration. He can make a bunch and put them all around your home!

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