### Tracing Shapes and Drawing Shapes – Oval #2

Who shook up all the ovals? They look like they’re bouncing on the page! Trace the seven ovals nicely and smoothly and then draw some of your own.
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### Tracing Shapes and Drawing Shapes – Rectangles

These rectangles are all different shapes and sizes, long and skinny, full and stout. Trace them all and then draw a few.
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### Tracing Shapes and Drawing Shapes – Rectangles #2

Who came along and messed these rectangles all up? It’s a greater challenge to trace them and draw some rectangles like these.
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### 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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### Tracing Shapes and Drawing Shapes – Squares #2

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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### Tracing Shapes and Drawing Shapes – Trapezoids

“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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### Tracing Shapes and Drawing Shapes – Trapezoids #2

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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### Tracing Shapes and Drawing Shapes – Triangles

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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### Tracing Shapes and Drawing Shapes – Triangles #2

This tracing shapes worksheet has the basic triangle shape in different sizes and orientations. Trace them, then draw a few.
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### Tracing Shapes and Drawing Shapes – Triangles #3

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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### Tracing Shapes and Drawing Shapes – Triangles #4

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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### Identifying Shapes – Color the Circles

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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### Identifying Shapes – Circles

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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### Circles in the Classroom

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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### Matching Shapes – Plain Circles

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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### Matching Shapes – Colored Circles

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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