This free printable worksheets are wonderful for preschool students who are learning about shapes. Each worksheet discusses a shape and then has a number of pictures which serve as examples of that shape.
One of the first things to learn about in preschool is shapes. By understanding shapes students can develop skills in math (thanks to understanding how many corners a shape has) and can also do fun art activities that incorporate shapes.
These crafts and activities are designed to help students learn about shapes or utilize their knowledge of shapes to further develop other skills.
1. The students will have the ability to create as well as verbally describe a pattern.
2. By utilizing a pattern recognition activity sheet, the students will then be able to examine and continue a pattern of shapes even if differently colored.
These Shape Pattern Worksheets are great for putting patterns in the proper order.
These free printable worksheets are great for helping students to sort shapes that then fit within shapes. These puzzles encourage spatial consideration as students fit the correct pieces within a shape to make it whole. There is a circle, rectangle, square, and triangle to assemble.
Shape Activities: Feely bag game, Bingo, Matching Activity
This lesson plan is great for an early introduction to math concepts by teaching preschool students all about shapes.
Sometimes when certain limitations are imposed upon a craft is can encourage all kinds of creativity. With this in mind Heaven Sent Nursery School in Hackettstown, New Jersey had students make their own Fall trees with only construction paper made out of rectangles to form the shape of the tree!
“Memory,” is a very popular game that involves matching images that are either exactly the same are a great deal alike. When playing, “Memory,” you turn over two cards and if they match then they stay flipped-over.