Updated: Aug 18
What is it
Find the same picture from each side and draw a line to join the 2 pictures.
Each set comes with 3 different levels of difficulty
Level 1: Matching 4 pairs with the aid of dotted lines
Level 2: Matching 5 identical pairs
Level 3: Matching 5 non-identical pairs
Learning to identify the shapes
Learning to find the pair and join them by drawing a line
Learning to generalize and match the same shapes even if they are non-identical
How to use
Identify the shapes on the worksheets before starting
Using a pencil or a marker, draw a line to join the same shape together
If your child finds it difficult to draw a straight line, use a ruler as an aid to connect the points
Start with worksheets from a lower level to build up your child’s confidence. When your child is more fluent in matching, then proceed to a higher level with more variables.
To prevent the child from missing out on questions, it is a good practice to have the child to systematically work from top to bottom rather than randomly matching the shapes as he sees it.
Embed more learning opportunities
Receptive language - Point to the square
Expressive language - What shape is this?
Generalizing - For Level 3 worksheets, switch up the question format by asking the child to match the pair with the same colour instead
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