# Tracing Shapes and Drawing Shapes

There are several styles of tracing shapes and drawing shapes worksheets in this section. First, I’ve included shapes in a common orientation, usually with one side on a horizontal plane. Second, you’ll find worksheets with the sides turned and at odd angles so kids get used to seeing the shapes in different orientations. The top half of each page has the shape in a dashed line for kids to trace, the bottom half is where kids draw their own shapes in similar orientations.

15 worksheets

CCSS K.G.A.2

### Tracing Shapes and Drawing Shapes – Circles

Practice circle tracing and drawing skills in this circle shape worksheet. Circles can't be turned on their sides so only one worksheet for circles.
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### Tracing Shapes and Drawing Shapes – Hexagons

The 7 hexagons on this shape worksheet have one side resting horizontally. Have fun tracing these shapes then draw your own!
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### Tracing Shapes and Drawing Shapes – Hexagons #2

These hexagons are in different sizes and orientations. Trace the seven hexagons and then draw some of your own.
CCSS K.G.A.2

### Tracing Shapes and Drawing Shapes – Ovals

Some of these ovals are fat and some are skinny, but the all go in an up and down orientation. Trace the ovals and then draw some of your own.
CCSS K.G.A.2

### 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.
CCSS K.G.A.2

### 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.
CCSS K.G.A.2

### 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.
CCSS K.G.A.2

### 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!
CCSS K.G.A.2

### 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.
CCSS K.G.A.2

### 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.
CCSS K.G.A.2

### 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.
CCSS K.G.A.2

### 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.
CCSS K.G.A.2

### 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.
CCSS K.G.A.2

### 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.
CCSS K.G.A.2