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Shapes preschool activities and shapes preschool crafts. Look around. You will find shapes everywhere: circles—the sun, wheels on a car, and cookies on a plate; rectangles—windows and doors on buildings, tree trunks, and stripes on a bee; and triangles—pine trees, wings on a butterfly, and the roof of a house. Your children will have fun learning about geometric shapes with the fun and educational activities, games, crafts, lessons, and resources that we have created and collected. Samples of our more than 80 shapes crafts, lessons, activities, games, printables, and other resources.

Free shapes crafts, activities, and printables,

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Shapes rhymes,
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Tracing Worksheets

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Shapes printables
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Mouse Shapes
literacy activity

shapes tangram game

Tangram game

shapes worksheets

Shapes Worksheets
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shapes felt story und emergent reader

Shapes felt story
emergent reader

shapes coloring page


shape puppet craft

Shapes crafts
and artworks

shapes word wall

word wall

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Free shapes crafts, activities, rhymes, and printables

Take your children on a nature walk. Encourage them to pay close attention to the things that they see, hear, smell, taste, and feel on the walk. Stop at various points along the way and invite volunteers to share what they sense. Point out interesting sights, smells, and sounds as is appropriate. Halfway through the walk, stop and provide a healthful snack, such as raisins, pretzels, or fruit.

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Shapes rhymes
Triangle tracing


View also our Twiggle Magazine Shapes Edition for more activities, crafts, recipes, and games.


Circle Rhyme
Circle, a circle,
Draw it round and fat. (Use finger to draw circle in the air.)
A circle, a circle,
Draw it for a hat. (Draw a circle in the air over the head.)
A circle, a circle,
Draw it just for me. (Draw a circle in the air.)
A circle, a circle,
Now jump and count the three: One! Two! Three!

Square and Rectangles

Graham Cracker Snack
Use graham crackers at snack time to teach rectangles and squares. Break the graham crackers in half to create squares. Let your child spread their graham crackers with peanut butter, cream cheese, or other tasty spreads.

Square lesson


Easter is an egg-cellent time to talk about ovals. Show children an egg. Explain to children that the shape of the egg is oval. Things that are ovals are shaped like "squished" circles. Show children a circle and a oval shape. Help children describe the differences.

Art Table
Shape cardboard tube into a oval shape opening and let children dip the ends into paint to print eggs on brown craft paper.

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What you need:

Triangle patterns
Construction paper

What you do:

Print triangle patterns on heavy printing paper, laminate for extra strength if desired, and cut out. Trace two sets of triangle shapes on construction paper and cut out.

Spread triangles out on a table. Have children match the triangles.

Variation: Trace triangle shapes on a large sheet of paper. Have children match the triangles to the triangles tracings.

Shapes Game:


Preschool shapes activitiesLost My Shape

Have children sit in a circle. Let one child walk around the circle and sing the following song:

Lost my (shape) what do I do?
Lost my (shape). What do I do?
Lost my (shape). What do I do?
Skip to my Lou my darling.

Have different shapes in the center of the circle and have the child that is walking around the circle find the shape that he or she “lost.”



Mouse Shapes


Shape Books

What you need:

Old magazines

What you do:

Have children look for pictures in magazines that are particular shapes, such as a circle, a square, a triangle, etc. Have them cut out the pictures and glue them onto a page with that shape drawn on it. After children have found and glued all the shapes, bind them together into “__________’s Shape Book.”


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