Questions about shapes for preschoolers
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Lesson: Introduction to Shapes (Lauren Szasz)
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Download the PDF version of this lesson plan. Shape cut-outs are included. The ability to accurately identify shapes is a foundational mathematical skill, and it is quite rewarding for children because their world is full of shapes. Understanding shapes will enable students to be more in tune to the world around them and see the connections between objects, as well as being better able to appreciate artistic works. Use the table below to give the child an overview of basic shapes. Go over them twice, then go on to the activities. Drawing Activity Next, the student will draw the shapes with a finger in sand, sugar, or flour.
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Smiley Man loves the quiet book I posted about last week. It surprisingly gives him a lot more fine motor practice then I thought it would. Since the quiet book is so good for fine motor, I thought I would do some shape activities for children that use gross motor skills. Since I want all the work I have done to teach shapes to Smiley Man to be permanent, this seemed like a perfect solution. One you can use at a table. It does not give as much gross motor practice, but it still gives some. Simply print off the first two pages of the shape activities in either color or black and white.