Heart shapes are a fun shape to introduce to your child as Valentine's Day approaches.
The excitement of getting cards (with hearts on them) and candy (often shaped like hearts) make it a great time to throw a little teaching in.
Below are four worksheets you can print out with quick activities for your Pre-K or Kindergarten students.
The first activity includes a drawing task. There are four heart outlines. The first one is complete and the others have bits of information missing. Have your child trace the dotted lines and 'free hand' the parts that are missing.
At the bottom of the page is identification activity. Count the hearts found in that section and write the answer on the line.
The second paper has four rows of shapes. The student needs to color the hearts in each row.
Next is a shapes maze. The maze is full of hearts, triangles, and squares. Have your child help the mailman deliver the box of chocolates by coloring in the hearts to make a path.
The final printable activity sheet is a matching one. Your students need to draw a line from the hearts on the left to the shapes that match them on the right.
Learn about more shapes and find more activities on the pages below:
I've put together a list of educational resources that include links to more free work sheets, workbooks, home school curriculums, teacher resources, and learning toys.