Match the geometric shapes

Skill: Learning shape attributes The match game!

In this coloring math worksheet, your kindergartner will connect the two matching geometric shapes.

Big triangles, small circles

Skill: Relative size Read the directions twice on this one.

In this coloring math worksheet, your child will color only the small circles blue, and only the big triangles red. Then they will count up how many of each and write the totals in the boxes.

Coloring shapes

Skill: Counting Simple shapes can make complex pictures.

The train and rocket are comprised of circles, squares, triangles, and rectangles. In this coloring math worksheet, your child will identify the individual shapes and count them. This is an introduction to geometry! Then your kindergartner gets to draw an original picture using only circles, squares, triangles, and rectangles. But what more do you need? Spark their imaginations!

Counting squares

Skill: Writing numerals Square space.

In this coloring math worksheet your child will practice drawing squares, and then they will count how many squares were used inside of the various drawings. Tell them not to count the square they write the number in!

Drawing bigger shapes

Skill: Following directions Bigger, longer, thicker!

Your child will follow directions to draw a larger of the example in this coloring math worksheet. They have specific coloring instructions to follow, too. This is a great intro to geometry.

Updated: April 20, 2016