# Geometry Essential Activities for Grade 1

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## 2D vs 3D Shapes Worksheet

Kids are used to 2D shapes because it’s what they learn when toddlers learn shapes. Help your child understand the tricky concept of 3D shapes using this vibrant 2D vs. 3D shapes worksheet! Read the descriptions at the top and go on the hunt for shapes to differentiate between the two types!
Now that your little learner has learned about 3D shapes, it’s time to discover the different types of 3D shapes, like cones, cylinders, cubes, and spheres! This vivid 3D shapes worksheet helps kids find and identify the different 3D shapes using pictures of objects found in the real world!
Pies are yummy; your kids probably love them and look forward to you slicing out a yummy piece for them. In this worksheet, your kids have to help the four friends share up a delicious pie. The aim is to make sure the pie is divided into four equal parts, so no one gets cheated out. There are six pictures of whole pies cut up into different parts. Your child must carefully pick out which pie is cut up into four equal parts, so each of the four friends can get an equal share of the pie.
Can your child tell you what it is called when a whole shape is cut up into two equal parts? What about three equal parts? And four parts? If they can tell you what these are called, then you can give yourself a pat on the back. However, if there is still some confusion about what two equal parts are called, this simple worksheet will help clear up some of the remaining confusion. When a whole shape is cut up into two equal parts, the parts are called halves. Each of the halves is called one half. Help your child check all the pictures in this printable pdf showing halves.
To refresh your little one’s memory, ask them if they know what it is called when a whole shape is cut up into two equal parts. If they do, you can easily move on to this exercise. This worksheet introduces your kids to quarters. When a whole shape is cut into 4 equal parts, the parts ate called fourths, or quarters. In this simple exercise, your child’s task is to find and circle all the objects that are cut in quarters.
You can use this colorful and simple worksheet to test how well your kids know their shapes. You have probably already introduced your little ones to the most common shapes, and by now they can easily identify and maybe even draw most of these shapes. Now, look at the picture on the left of this printout. Help your child identify each shape used in making the object. Then, check the shape that is not used in making the object in the picture.