# Geometric Shapes

In geometric shapes we will focus on the basic geometric objects. Kids will have fun while learning about basic geometric features.

In kindergarten geometry the common objects helps the children to develop their understanding of shapes.

### Circle

A circle is a round in shape.

There are no corners in the circle.

There are no sides in the circle.

Some of the examples of circle are

### Square

There are 4 corners in the square.

There are 4 sides in the square.

All corners are the same.

All sides are the same.

Some of the examples of square are

### Rectangle

There are 4 corners in the rectangle.

There are 4 sides in the rectangle.

Two sides are short.

Two sides are long.

Some of the examples of rectangle are

### Triangle

There are 3 corners in the triangle.

There are 3 sides in the triangle.

Some of the examples of triangle are

### Oval

Some of the examples of oval are

### Diamond

Some of the examples of diamond are

The worksheets will help the pre-learners to learn the basic shapes.

I. Fill in the missing letters and match them with the shapes.

 (i) C _ r _ l e (ii) D _ a m _ n _ (iii) S _ u _ r _ (iv) R e _ t _ n g _ e (v) _ v _ l (vi) T _ i a n _ l _

II. Join the dots and form the shapes.

III. Color the picture of a crocodile made of shapes according to the given color code.

 All triangles brown All circles green All rectangles blue

How many triangles did you find? __________

How many circles did you find? __________

How many rectangles did you find? __________

IV. Colour the circles orange. Colour the triangles yellow. Colour the squares green. Colour the rectangles blue. Colour the diamonds red.

These are the basic geometric shapes that are important to learn in kindergarten.

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