Prepare your tots for preschool with these basic shapes worksheets-and-coloring pages in one that will help them identify circles, squares, triangles, and more. Little ones can develop fine motor skills by gripping pencils to trace the shapes and crayons to color them in.
Count all the circles and add color to the round shapes.
Follow the dotted lines to create circles. Then practice drawing them freehand.
How many squares are there? Shade in these symmetrical four-sided shapes.
Sketch different-size squares with and without the help of dotted lines.
How many triangles do you see? Count and color each one.
Trace these three-sided shapes and then outline them without guidance.
Bring bright hues to these four-sided (but not symmetrical!) shapes.
After mastering the square, try mastering the rectangle.
Add shades and patterns to these oblong shapes.
Outline some ovals and discover how they're different from circles.
What three shapes can you trace on this big building?
Spot two more shapes on small houses and then color everything.