The very first shapes your students were introduced to were probably the most common ones; the circle, triangle, rectangle and square. Of course, there are a lot of examples to give with these shapes, and your students probably see them most frequently in their day-to-day lives. In this worksheet, your students’ goal is to find the twin shapes. In each group of shapes, ask them to draw a line between the two shapes that are made of the same parts.
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