New theme: Shapes!
Updated: Jul 13
What is it
Tracing shapes worksheet (prompted and independent tracing)
Learning the name of different shapes
Learning to trace different shapes
How to use
Name the shape in each piece
The name of each shape is provided at the top of the paper. Trace the letters as well.
Start with the most prompted shape then progress towards independent tracing
Name the objects and the shape of the object (This is a button. It is in a shape of a circle.)
Pair this puzzle activity with a shape song/ video to create a more interactive learning experience
Do one or two shapes in one sitting to reduce confusion
Embed more learning opportunities
Receptive language - Where is the square?
Expressive language - What shape is this?
Find objects around the house that corresponds to the shape on the paper
Colour in the shapes for more opportunity to learn the name of the shape
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