Sorting Shapes Sheet

Letters & colours at Funtastic Early Childhood Ideas (",)

Here's a set of "I can" posters for sorting by color, shape and size. FREE

Simple Shape Book: We are working on basic shapes. My kids love two things: glue sticks and reading books. So, I combined their two loves by creating them a Simple Shape Book! They get to glue shapes into the book and then read it over and over again. Fun! Considering my kids have a pretty short attention span, I created the book with only three shapes. A circle, square and triangle. Can teach Colors and Shapes at the same time.

TEACCH task - sorting shapes or with my class..how many sides, replace shape signs with numbers??

Classroom Freebies Too: Shape Reference

Sorting Colors Printable @ The Activity Mom. This could very well be used as a non-music activity too. (I pinned it in both places)

use blocks and masking tape to makes shapes on the floor

This is an exceptional way to teach kids about shapes. This is more than just identifying them...this will teach them why a hexagon is a hexagon!

Chakra kleuren......Busy Bags - Color Sorting Flower with Tweezers - Color Sorting Busy Bags for Preschoolers - Fine Motor

Cookie Sheet Activities

sorting shape bags

Shapes, Counting and Colors Busy Bag (with Printable) from PowerfulMothering.com

freebie shape sheet!

Preschool: Sorting Opposites..could do smooth vs rough, light vs heavy..or have them do a treasure hunt to find the things to put in the bins..colors, textures, sizes etc.

Match shapes to outlines on cardboard. You can extend this by sorting the shapes or talking about the different attributes of shapes. You can even use the felt shapes to combine and make new shapes and objects once your child is older.

Build a Truck! Fun way to review SHAPES with preschoolers. Truck activity for kids!

Lots of activities for 2-D shapes.

Color matching (Montessori) made from paint samples. I love how the "match" is directly on the clothespin--easy for the kids to do!

Learning Center: This activity helps with child's when they are learning their colors and this could also be for counting. This helps with the fine Motor skills and is helpful for teachers.

Here's an owl themed craftivity for working on shapes.