Shapes Worksheets

These shapes worksheets cover the geometric shapes kids start to learn about in preschool, like circles and squares, but also cover polygons, rectangles, hexagons, and more. Help your child establish a solid foundation for future geometry skills with our shapes worksheets. You can support your young learner with other early math concepts with our kindergarten math worksheets.
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Circles, squares and triangles, oh my! Help your kindergartner get familiar with basic shapes with these pre-geometry worksheets.
Ship Shape! 15 Pre-Geometry Printables Circles, squares and triangles, oh my! Help your kindergartner get familiar with basic shapes with these pre-geometry worksheets.
Help your child hone important basic math skills with this fun collection of counting, patterning and comparing worksheets.
Preschool Math: Our 10 Best Worksheets Help your child hone important basic math skills with this fun collection of counting, patterning and comparing worksheets.
Silly Shapes: Make an Alien! Silly Shapes: Make an Alien! Help your preschooler sort out the silly shapes included on this printable to design a kooky alien of her own, strengthening her math foundation.
Silly Shapes: Make a Face! Silly Shapes: Make a Face! Who says that you can't learn from playing?
Make a Mini Book: Learning Our Shapes Make a Mini Book: Learning Our Shapes This little mini book is the perfect way to get your preschooler started learning simple shapes.
Match the Shapes Match the Shapes Oh, what a mix-up! With this worksheet, your child matches mixed-up shapes together.
Math isn't always about numbers: sometimes it's about art! Help your first grader get a grip on the more abstract concepts of math with these worksheets on shapes.
Get in Shape! Build Pre-Geometry Skills Math isn't always about numbers: sometimes it's about art!
Shapes on a Plane Shapes on a Plane What is that? Help your little one practice shape identification in this worksheet where he'll find and color all kinds of different shapes you might encounter on a plane.
Math isn't always about numbers; sometimes it's about matching, estimating, and drawing. Help your child learn the more abstract ideas in math with these shape worksheets.
Shape Up: Basic Shapes for Kindergarteners Math isn't always about numbers; sometimes it's about matching, estimating, and drawing.
Rotational Symmetry Rotational Symmetry Learn about rotational symmetry with an exercise that's simple and easy to understand.
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Compare Sizes: Fruit Compare Sizes: Fruit How big is each piece of fruit? Help your child learn about measuring sizes, small, medium and large, with this fun worksheet!
Block Puzzle Block Puzzle Build shape recognition and logical reasoning with this series of block puzzles!
Coordinate Grid Shapes Coordinate Grid Shapes Get familiar with the coordinate plane! Your math star will practice plotting ordered pairs on the coordinate grid to form geometric shapes.
Missing Star 2 Missing Star 2 It's time for a bonus round! If your preschooler can recognize shapes and sizes, give him the extra challenge of recognizing subtly different colors.
Duck Maze Duck Maze Oh, no! The duck is lost, and he can only move along circles!
These shapes worksheets cover the geometric shapes kids start to learn about in preschool, like circles and squares, but also cover polygons, rectangles, hexagons, and more. Help your child establish a solid foundation for future geometry skills with our shapes worksheets. You can support your young learner with other early math concepts with our kindergarten math worksheets.

Tips for Teaching Shapes

Learning about shapes is an essential building block for higher level geometry skills in the older grades. From 2D and 3D shapes to symmetry, printing out these shapes worksheets will introduce kids to core geometric concepts.

  • For younger children just starting out with shapes, play a fun kinesthetic game where you find out how many shapes you can make with your body.
  • Make a homemade shape bingo game by drawing a 3x3 grid and drawing in the shapes. Then, put a set of shape blocks in a paper bag and take turns drawing them out. Whoever gets three in a row first wins!
  • Take a ball of yarn or string and ask your child to make all the new shapes she has learned. For added learning, glue them on cardstock and make flash cards.
  • Have a peek at how these concepts build in the older grades with these geometry worksheets.