Check out these awesome Shape Tracing Worksheets for Preschool! Practice identifying and drawing each of these preschool shapes. Download 10 tracing worksheets with 8 shapes including a circle, square, triangle, rectangle, oval, star, diamond, and heart. Tracing shapes and letters is great for building pre-writing skills. Increase hand strength and muscle memory with these free shape printables.
Shape Tracing Worksheets
First, learn to identify each shape and its name in these shape tracing worksheets! Use a marker, crayon, or pencil to trace each shape. Be sure to practice saying each shape’s name out loud. Be sure to ask your little ones questions while completing the worksheets. Is there anything in the room that is shaped like a circle? Which shape do we see a lot on Valentine’s Day? How many sides does a triangle have? Check out our entire library of Shape Printables to keep the shape learning going.
Trace the Shapes
Continue the fun with these tracing shapes worksheets! Use a marker or crayon to trace each shape, some big and some small. There are 8 shapes each with their individual sheet including: circle tracing sheet, triangle tracing sheet, star tracing sheet, square tracing sheet, heart tracing sheet, oval tracing sheet, rectangle tracing sheet, and diamond tracing sheet. Each shape has a number on it for extra practice when it comes to counting practice.
Shape Chart for Preschool!
Finally, print and laminate your very own shape chart! Print your chart onto cardstock paper and laminate! Hang your chart somewhere you can easily see it! Want a game to play with your new chart? Play the “What’s Missing?” game! Use a post-it note to cover one of the shapes. Show it to your little ones and have them tell you which shape is covered. What is the shape’s name? How many sides does it have?
Click below to download your FREE Shape Tracing Worksheets for Preschool!
Shape Books for Preschool
Be sure to read these shape books to go along with your shape worksheets! Reading is a great time to ask your little ones questions about what they see. Which shape has 3 sides? How many squares are on the page? Is there anything round in the illustration? Read “We Are The Shapes” and “Shape by Shape”.
We hope you enjoyed these Shape Tracing Worksheets.