Play is a great way to help your child learn to recognize shapes when they see them all around them.
Learning to Sort Shapes (Source: Best Beginnings… that’s us ;)) | 30-36 months
Use different colored and sized shapes cut from sturdy paper to practice sorting with your child.
Matching Shapes (Source: Best Beginnings… that’s us ;)) |24-30 months
Use different colored and sized shapes cut from sturdy paper to make patterns that your child can imitate.
Simple Shape Collage (Source: Homegrown Friends)
Our Simple Shape Collages are the perfect activity to demonstrate that with a few materials and five minutes of prep time you can create an enriching learning opportunity for your children.
Shape Hunt at the Playground (Source: Buggy and Buddy)
Next time you head outside to play, you can also explore math in this fun shape hunt. Just print out our free shape hunt printable and go searching for shapes at the playground with this fun geometry activity for children!