The following post is from Lauren of Mama’s Learning Corner
Shapes are such a fun thing to teach to the preschool crowd! Besides encounters in everyday life, there are fun activities to help young ones learn shapes.
Here are several shapes resources that I use in our homeschool with my little ones.
Shape and Pattern Matching Activity – Seven Thirty Three
Download the template for this shape and pattern matching game. There are several ways to play!
Shape Playdough Mats – 3 Dinosaurs
Use playdough to create different shapes on the printable playdough mats. Featuring hearts, diamonds, crescents, and more.
Shapes-Themed Printable Packet – The Homeschool Classroom
This 5-page packet includes tracing, shape find, shape names, patterns, and matching.
Shapes Worksheet Packet – Free Homeschool Deals
This 4-page printable packet includes following directions, color the shape, counting sides, and shape riddles.
My Color the Shapes Book – Mama’s Learning Corner
Print this mini-coloring book and follow the directions for coloring each shape.
What resources do you use to help your little ones learn the names and types of shapes?
|Lauren Hill is a happy wife and homeschooling mama to 4 little people, ages 8 to 3. In her spare time (ha!) she creates worksheets and printables for Pre-K to 2nd Graders on a variety of topics. You can follow Lauren and download all of her latest printable goodies by following her on Google + and Pinterest, where she pins daily!|