# Geometry Worksheets for Ages 5-6

Introducing our engaging collection of Geometry Worksheets tailored specifically for Ages 5-6! Dive into the world of shapes, sizes, and patterns with our meticulously designed activities, ideal for young learners embarking on their mathematical journey. These worksheets are crafted to stimulate curiosity and foster a love for geometry through interactive and fun exercises. Whether it's identifying, comparing, or creating geometric figures, our resources offer a solid foundation in understanding basic geometric concepts. Perfect for home or classroom use, our Geometry for Ages 5-6 worksheets are the stepping stones to a successful math adventure. Start exploring the wonders of geometry with your child today!

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## Geometry Worksheet

Geometry can be fun for kids! They explore shapes that create their favorite pics and objects. This preschool worksheet explains that rectangles have four sides, then kids color rectangles on a funny robot!
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## Shared Food Worksheet

In this worksheet, kids learn about sharing and cutting shapes into equal parts. There are two groups of friends: one with two, the other with four. Ask your child which group has their food cut into smaller shares, and help them find the right answer.
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## Trace The Circles Worksheet

Preschoolers and kindergarteners love learning shapes! This worksheet provides practice in naming and tracing circles. Students say "circle" each time they trace one. It's a fun way to help kids learn math vocabulary and develop fine motor skills. Enjoy this printable and get ready to master circles!
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## Two–Dimensional Shapes: Vertices Printable

This colorful worksheet teaches kids geometry by introducing them to two-dimensional shapes and vertices. Kids can practice counting vertices and learn an important new math term in an easy to understand way. Boost your child's knowledge of geometry today!
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## Birthday 3D Shapes Worksheet

It's John's birthday and he needs your help. Ask your kids to draw a line from each present to the matching 3D shape. First, check they understand the difference between 2D and 3D shapes. Then, they can help John figure out which 3D shape matches each present.
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## Matching and Sorting for Kindergarten: Assessment 3 Worksheet

Assess your child's basic geometry skills and properties with a colorful worksheet! Utilize visual discrimination and number sense to identify groups of ten and sort objects by bold colors. Challenge them to differentiate shapes and sizes.
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## Geometry: Part 2 Worksheet

Third grade geometry gets a challenge with this free worksheet. Kids match shapes to everyday objects like sandwiches, alarm clocks and books for a better understanding of geometry in their lives. Printable pdf is included.
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## Shared Breakfast Worksheet

It's breakfast time! In this fun worksheet, a boy and girl are at the table, waiting for their meal. There are two trays, each with three different foods. Ask your child to find the one with all its food split into two equal parts. They'll be eating in no time!
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## Sides and Angles Worksheet

Sides are lines forming a shape; angles are points where two sides meet (pictured). Before going through the exercise, explain this to your kids. In the first exercise, check for birds holding shapes by their angles. In the second, check for birds holding shapes by their sides.
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## Shapes in Different Positions Worksheet

Children can practice and strengthen their visual-discernment, hand-eye coordination and neural connections by manipulating shapes in their minds and matching them with the right answer. This PDF with bright colors gives your kids the opportunity to do so.
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## Cone Hide-and-Seek Worksheet

Prior to starting this worksheet, quiz your kid on shapes. If they gave quite a few, you've done well! This pdf will teach them more about cones; show them the pictures in the printout and have them identify which ones contain a cone.
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## Using Triangles to Make Squares and Rhombuses Worksheet

Learning shapes is a fun way to boost spatial skills and critical thinking. This worksheet shows children how to use triangles to construct squares and rhombuses. Clear illustrations and a printout help children draw the new shape. A great activity for the math classroom! 80 words.
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## Find Halves Worksheet

If your child can tell you what two, three and four equal parts are called, give yourself a pat on the back! If not, this worksheet can help. Halves are two equal parts of a whole shape. Check the pictures in this printable pdf to help your child understand.
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## Composing a Robot's Face of Crescents And Stars Worksheet

Get free math geometry worksheets at Kids Academy! Help your child learn by practicing together - trace the robot's face and draw the missing crescent and star shapes. Be sure to remember their names! Have fun and learn with shapes for kids.
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## Wholes and Halves Worksheet

Students can feel overwhelmed with fractions. Help take the stress off by using a colorful worksheet to explain whole shapes and how to find halves. Ask them to identify the whole and point to the matching word for the half. A free printout can help guide them.
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## Peter Pan Worksheet

Kindergarteners can join Peter Pan on an adventure to Neverland! They can help him by coloring squares to create a path, strengthening their shape identification skills in a fun maze. Let the journey begin!
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## Whole Shape from Fourths Worksheet

Have your kids circle the shapes that'll form the rectangle on the left. It'll test their knowledge of shapes and ability to put them together to make a new one. Ask them to look at the parts on the right and circle the ones that'll form the rectangle.
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## Going up or Down? Worksheet

Young students learn the concept of up and down with this geometry worksheet. They trace lines to identify relative positioning as an object travels. Kids can use position words to describe an object's movement, enhancing their spatial relationship skills - an important geometry foundation.
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## Practice Drawing Hexahedrons And a Rhombus Worksheet

Trace the Robot's face, draw hexahedron and rhombus shapes, then trace again. Our tracing shapes worksheets make it easy for kids to learn geometry. Get more materials from Kids Academy to practice all the shapes.
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## Hansel and Gretel Geometry Maze Worksheet

Your kids will have fun helping Hansel and Gretel get through a colorful forest of shapes! This free PDF reinforces the properties of rectangles, building skills in visual discernment and laying the foundations for geometry. They'll be too busy enjoying the story to realize they're learning!
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## Match It up Worksheet

If your kids are into robots, they'll be thrilled to work on this worksheet. Ask them to name shapes they know, and help them draw and identify these shapes. Look at the shapes in the middle, and the sides. Finally, help your kids trace the lines to build the shapes in the middle.
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## Top or Bottom Worksheet

Help your toddler master orientation and early geometry skills with this free printable worksheet. It tasks children with identifying the top and bottom of familiar images, like cars, to help build their mental map of objects. It may be simple for adults and older kids, but toddlers must learn the words to describe objects and their physical orientation.
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Learning Skills

Geometry for Ages 5-6 is an essential stepping stone in the fascinating world of shapes, spaces, and measurements. Introducing young learners to geometry through engaging worksheets can significantly enhance their understanding and appreciation of the subject. Here's why worksheets on Geometry for Ages 5-6 are incredibly useful:

1. Foundation Building: At ages 5-6, children are at a prime stage for learning fundamental geometric concepts. Worksheets tailored for this age group lay down the groundwork for more complex mathematical ideas they will encounter in the future.

2. Interactive Learning: Geometry worksheets designed for ages 5-6 are often interactive and colorful, making learning a fun activity rather than a chore. This approach fosters a positive attitude towards math early on.

3. Skill Development: Beyond just learning shapes, these worksheets help develop critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and spatial awareness. Children learn to observe, compare, and contrast different geometrical shapes, boosting their analytical skills.

4. Customized Pace: Every child learns at their own pace. Worksheets on Geometry for Ages 5-6 allow young learners to explore geometric concepts at their comfort level, ensuring they fully grasp each idea before moving on.

5. Parent-Child Interaction: Working through geometry worksheets together can be a bonding activity, where parents or guardians actively participate in their child's learning process, providing encouragement and support.

In conclusion, Geometry worksheets for Ages 5-6 are not just about learning shapes; they're about building a strong foundation for future learning, developing essential skills, and nurturing a love for mathematics from an early age.