Shape Activities

Last week’s Discover and Explore linky was all about fun math activities for kids. For today’s features let’s look at some great hands-on ways to teach kids about shapes.

Shape Activities

Shape Activities for Kids

Make shape rocks for kids to use for play and learning. Fun-A-Day shares some excellent ideas for using them.

Scavenger hunts are always a hit around here. Buggy and Buddy has a free printable to take along with you for a shape scavenger hunt at the playground.

Making shape collages like these from Homegrown Friends can be a great way to expose young kids to shapes. The process also promotes creativity.

Make your own geoboard with this tutorial from Crayon Box Chronicles. I love the use of fabric loops in this one!

Fun-A-Day has another homemade geoboard that is super easy to make and great for letting kids create their own shapes.

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Comments

  1. Thanks so much for including my rainbow rocks! I love seeing the other shape ideas you have here — can’t wait to check out the rest!

  2. Thank you for featuring our DIY Geoboard with fabric loops. So many great activities. Pinned.

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