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2D Shapes Worksheets

In grade 1, students typically begin to learn about basic 2D shapes. These shapes are flat and have two dimensions: length and width. Here are some common 2D shapes introduced in grade 1 along with their characteristics:

  1. Circle:
    Description: A round shape with no corners or angles.
    Attributes: No straight sides, no corners.
  2. Square:
    Description: A four-sided polygon with equal sides and four right angles.
    Attributes: Four equal straight sides, four right angles.
  3. Rectangle:
    Description: A four-sided polygon with opposite sides of equal length and four right angles.
    Attributes: Opposite sides of equal length, four right angles.
  4. Triangle:
    Description: A three-sided polygon.
    Attributes: Three straight sides, three vertices.
  5. Pentagon:
    Description: A five-sided polygon.
    Attributes: Five straight sides, five vertices.
  6. Hexagon:
    Description: A six-sided polygon.
    Attributes: Six straight sides, six vertices.

Introducing 2D shapes in grade 1 lays the foundation for further geometric concepts.

Have a look at this video, if you need to review how to identify and name shapes by the number of sides and corners.

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2D Shapes worksheet for first grade

More 2D Shapes Worksheets

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2D Shapes Worksheet #1
2D Shapes Worksheet #2
2D Shapes Worksheet #3

Shapes Lesson for Grade 1

Recognizing 2D Shapes (Kindergarten)
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