With our new collection of free shape worksheets for preschoolers your children will learn quicker.
First they trace the circle, then pass to drawing it on their own. Starting at the firefly will make it even easier. Kids learn to recognize the shape and now they know that the circle is round. A colorful picture helps them remember the material better, for example, the ball is round too.
In the second part of this worksheet children learn to draw a square. It has four equal parts and looks like a chess board.
Find other materials on shapes names and tracing shapes worksheets at Kids' Academy.
Oh, no! It’s almost midnight and Cinderella must get back to her castle! Here’s a geometric maze for kids that is sure to excite your preschooler! Your child will be delighted to help Cinderella find her way back to her carriage so that she can hurry home. Your little learner will enjoy shading in the circles to help her find that carriage as soon as possible.
This worksheet will allow your child to:
• Practice problem-solving skills;
• Sort through different geometric shapes;
• Strengthen logic skills.
Not only will your child be delighted to help a favorite fairy tale character, but he or she will love solving the maze to help her get there. Print out the other fairy tale maze to engage your kids in meaningful practice and learning.
Kids will be tasked with helping a favorite fictional character, Peter Pan, find his way to Neverland, while strengthening their shape identification skills. Kindergarteners will be asked to color all of the squares to create a pathway to Neverland. This fun maze will help them identify shapes in no time!
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