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Preschool Math Geometry WorksheetsList of all concepts available under this subject are listed below. Worksheets are organized under various concepts within the subject. Click on concept to see the list of all worksheets available for that concept.
- Tracing Basic Shapes
Shapes! Your child's fine motor skills can improve as she carefully traces the circles, squares, triangles and rectangles in this worksheet.
- Trace and Color Shapes
Here's a worksheet that's packed full of fun fine motor skills practice. Kids trace a variety of shapes, then brighten them up with some color.
- Matching Socks Game
Bring along a copy of this matching socks game for long car rides and long waits, and keep your child's boredom at bay.
- Cut It Out! Patterns #1
Get your preschooler pumped about math with a little cut and paste fun. She'll practice identifying patterns as she pastes each picture next to its pattern.
- Draw It! Patterns #1
Want to help your preschooler get ready for school? Teach him how to recognize and complete simple patterns with help from this shape-filled worksheet.
- Color by Shape: Rocket in Space
Kids practice recognizing ovals, diamonds, and stars as they color a rocket shooting through space.
- Circle Up! Patterns #1
Get your preschooler ready for school with a lesson in identifying patterns. Full of colorful things, this worksheet is sure to get her excited about math.
- All About Patterns
Assess whether kids know about patterns with this math worksheet.
- Snake Coloring Patterns
These sneaky snakes are hiding, but your kindergartener can crack the code to color them in and reveal their patterns.
- Star Tracing
Get in gear for the 4th of July with this star tracing activity for preschoolers.
- Cut It Out! Patterns #2
Looking to help your kid prepare for kindergarten? Packed with cut and paste fun, this worksheet is just the thing to help him learn about recognizing patterns.
- Cut Out Shapes
Kids cut out pictures to put silly, mixed-up shapes back together on this prekindergarten math worksheet.
- Shapes Maze
Follow the stars to help this little astronaut get home! This shapes maze helps kids with shape identification.
- Near and Far
Build spatial awareness in your youngster, and practice telling what's near and far from your home!
- Shape Search: Ice Cream!
Not only does this hidden shapes worksheet help preschoolers recognize squares, it also doubles as a coloring page!
- Shape Search: Kitty's Toy Chest
If you're looking for a way to make learning shapes fun, this hidden rectangles worksheet just might be the answer!
- Shape Search: Animal Parade
Hidden picture puzzles are a fun way to help your preschooler practice shapes. Can she find all the circles in the animal parade?
- Matching: Whale Twins
Each wacky whale on this preschool worksheet has a twin. Kids focus on the whales' details and use thinking skills and fine motor skills to make matches.
- Find & Color Circles
The circle search is on! On this prekindergarten math and coloring worksheet, kids find and color all the circles!
- Penguin Shape Maze
This penguin is waddling but he wants to swim! Help him find the hole in the ice. This maze is excellent practice in recognizing shapes for kids.
- Preschool Math: Inside and Outside
Preschoolers learn the difference between inside and outside on this colorful worksheet featuring monkeys, dogs, and a friendly cab driver.
- Find the Hidden Objects: Teacups
Combining coloring, counting, and a hidden picture puzzle, this worksheet is sure to keep your preschooler entertained.
- Color Patterns
Kids create their own patterns by creating color patterns with the pictures in this creative 1st grade math worksheet.
- Patterns: Bead Necklace
The beads on the necklaces on this prekindergarten math worksheet appear in patterns. Kids study each pattern to determine which bead should come next.