### Tracing Shapes and Drawing Shapes – Squares

Big and small, trace the all-important looking squares and draw some big and small ones of your own in this tracing shapes and drawing shapes worksheet.

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Geometry can be tons of fun, especially in the lower grades. The resources are usually bright and colorful, sometimes with smiley faces and the concepts are relatively easy to learn. So, get out your attribute blocks, pencils, crayons and your thinking caps! You can circle shapes, create shapes, and make things out of shapes. Of course, kids need to identify and describe shapes (number of sides and corners!) which are also just as important.

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Big and small, trace the all-important looking squares and draw some big and small ones of your own in this tracing shapes and drawing shapes worksheet.

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All juxtaposed, these squares can’t wait for the kids in your classroom to sit down and trace them! Grab a pencil and let’s go!

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“Trapezoid” is a tough word for little ones to remember, but hey can practice tracing and drawing them just the same.

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These trapezoids are like tumbleweeds blowing in the wind! Quick! Trace them before they blow away. And draw a few, too.

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These triangles are the basic triangle shape that kids first learn. Trace them nicely and neatly then draw a few of your own.

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This tracing shapes worksheet has the basic triangle shape in different sizes and orientations. Trace them, then draw a few.

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These triangles are not the basic triangle that kids first learn, but they’re triangles just he same. Trace ’em, then draw ’em.

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These not-so-basic triangles are all mixed up! Take the time to trace them and then draw a few more.

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Wow! Look at all those shapes! Kids will take a close look at this page and color only the circles. They come in different sizes and orientations.

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The shapes on this worksheet are randomly placed and spaced. Kids identify the circles by putting an X on each one (hint: there’s 7 of them!). Color the shapes.

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This is simply a blank page for kids to attach to a clip board and take around the classroom looking for circles in the environment. What can they see? A clock? A circle poster?

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In this matching shapes worksheet kids draw a line from a circle on the left side of the page to the matching circle on the right side of the page. Coloring is optional.

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This matching shapes worksheet uses colors, shapes, and sizes. Draw a line from a circle on the left side of the page to the matching circle on the right side of the page.

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Draw a line from a circle on the left side of the page to the matching circle on the right side of the page. Look for the size and the pattern to match.

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Kids color only the rectangles in this worksheet. You may want to introduce the word “symmetrical” as these shapes are symmetrically arranged.

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This worksheet asks kids to put and X on the rectangles. Hint – there’s only five of them! Can kids say all the names of the shapes? Color the shapes.

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