These shape worksheets will focus on the rectangle shapes both vertical and horizontal.
The worksheets below will build upon the previous lessons covering the circle, triangle and square.
If you haven't covered those shapes yet, you can do so using the "Shapes" tab on the left-side menu or see the related pages at the bottom of this page.
The first worksheet introduces the rectangle shape. Students will notice the two different ways that rectangles appear. They will need to trace the dotted lines and then draw their own shape.
The next three papers all focus on identifying rectangles among other shapes.
In the second paper there are shapes scattered all over. Have your child color in all of the rectangles. You could cover other shapes as well by creating a legend for your student. For example, color all rectangles blue, all triangles yellow, and so on for the other shapes.
The third handout shows real-world objects. Your child needs to circle all of the items that are rectangles.
The last paper is a maze. Get the builder from the top of the maze to the bridge he's building at the bottom by coloring in the rectangles to create a path.
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