Do your students need to work on their 2D shape identification skills? If you are looking for shape recognition activities for your Preschool, Kindergarten or First-grade students these Fall leaves, 2D shape sorting activities, and worksheets are just what you need.
Students work on learning the names of the 2D shapes as well as what they look like by feeding the tree the correct 2D shape.
Recognizing and identifying 2D shapes is an early mathematical concept that children need to learn. It helps them work on classifying, comparing attributes and visual discrimination skills.
These shape sorting mats with pictures and cut & paste worksheets are a great hands-on activity for a math center or occupational therapy session. Students work on fine motor skills, scissor skills, visual perception and practice basic geometry skills all at the same time.
Shapes include square, circle, triangle, rectangle, star, oval, trapezoid, crescent, rhombus, heart, pentagon, and octagon.
•2D sorting mats for each shape with color images. 2 styles are included one with the shape word and one with an image. These require prep for multiple uses cut out and laminate shapes and boards. Use with Velcro™ for added finger strengthening.
•Cut and paste worksheets for each shape with black and white images
Occupational Therapy Tip: Break crayons in half to promote a fingertip grasp when students are coloring and drawing.