Learning with shapes is a fun way to improve spatial skills and encourage critical thinking. With this worksheet, children learn that shapes, such as triangles can be used to make squares and rhombuses. Clear illustrations show triangles being used to compose other shapes and the printable allows children to draw the new shape too! This print out is a great addition to the math classroom.
Creating shapes from other shapes (composing shapes) is a great way to develop spatial skills. This a geometry educational standard for young students. This worksheet uses objects with square shapes that are familiar to young children and then demonstrates how the square shapes, when put together, make rectangles. Students practice tracing the new shape and then draw the shape independently. Print out this free downloadable for use in the math classroom today!
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