Encourage your kids to learn geometry! Remind them that when shapes are cut into two equal parts, they are called halves. Have them look at the circles in the worksheet, and trace the lines that cut the circles in half. Geometry is an essential part of education, and although it may not be exciting, it's a valuable skill to have.
Allow your child to refresh their memory by asking them what two equal halves, four equal parts and three equal parts are called. Then, look at the picture pdf with them. Challenge them to cut up the circles into equal parts, by tracing the dotted lines. This exercise will help them with their math skills!
Ask your child if they know what faces of shapes are. If not, explain that faces are flat surfaces on shapes. Ask what a square and rectangle have in common - both have four faces. Your child's task is to circle shapes with more than 1 and less than 6 faces in this exercise.