I Know My Shapes Printable

This I Know My Shapes printable is a great way to teach and/or review shapes with your preschoolers. Download and print yours today.

These free preschool printables are a lot of fun for preschoolers. Preschool moms and teachers will enjoy the fact that they are print-and-go.

Add them to your preschool lessons any time of the year.

I Know My Shapes Printable

Are you looking for a fun shape activity pack to use with your preschoolers? You’re going to love using these shape worksheets with your kids!

These free printable shape worksheets encourage kids to identify shapes and shape names.

Kids can use pencils or crayons to complete these worksheets.


All you need to do to prep this activity is print and go.

Provide your preschoolers with pencils, crayons, scissors, and glue.

Then, you’re all set!


This is a super easy activity pack to use with your students. Provide each child with the worksheets you’ll be using.

Provide your preschoolers with the appropriate tools – pencils, crayons, scissors, and glue.

Now, demonstrate how to complete your chosen activity.

What’s Included

Inside this fun I Know My Shapes preschool printable, you’ll find the following activities:

• Tracing – Children will trace the shapes on each page. You could laminate these pages (or slip them in a dry erase pocket) to make them reusable.

• Bingo – Print on cardstock, laminate, and cut. There are four bingo cards and a sheet of calling cards.

• Matching – Kids will cut out the shapes at the bottom of the page and glue them under their match.

• and more!


Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about shapes. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.

If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.

Walter's Wonderful Web: A First Book About ShapesTangled: A Story About ShapesSnippets: A story about paper shapes


Walter’s Wonderful Web – A determined little spider named Walter is trying to make a sturdy web that will stand up to the blustery wind. The webs he makes at first are woven in special shapes–a triangle, a square, a circle–but they are still wibbly-wobbly. Can Walter make a web that is both wonderful and strong?

Tangled – When the neighborhood shapes go climbing on the park jungle gym the last thing they expect is a tangle. First the circle, next the triangle and then the square. One by one soon all sixteen shapes are trapped. 

Snippets: A Story About Paper Shapes – Snippets is a story that revels the power of kindness and the beauty of being unique. And it does so though the journey of two different groups of shapes (the polygons and irregular polygons)

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