Teaching shapes and need some free tools? Try our free 2D Preschool Shapes Charts! These printable shape charts make any classroom or homeschool complete. Our adorable and bright visual charts will encourage your little learner to know their basic and advanced shapes.
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2D Shapes Anchor Charts
These 2D shapes anchor charts teach shapes found in everyday items at home and in the classroom. They’ll also learn new sight words, letter sounds, colors, unique objects, and more. Wondering what objects are 2D shapes? Here’s what you’ll get with all 15 of our free 2D preschool shapes chart printables. No need to worry about how to explain shapes to preschoolers with these awesome charts for young students.
Shapes Charts for Preschool
Teach your students these 2D crescent shapes using objects: bananas, jelly beans, necklace, moon, and pepper.
Find Diamond Shapes with your students by learning with objects: ring, baseball diamond, kite, sign, vest, and tiara.
These Heart Shapes can be found at home including: strawberry, candy, apple, donut, and leaf.
Your students will learn all about Hexagon Shapes using this chart that includes: honeycomb, ring, potholder, quilt, and jewelry.
The octagon shape can be found all around your environment including glasses, mirror, stop sign, spider web, and clock.
Teach your students oval shapes using many of these objects already in your house: rug, leaf, mirror, football, watermelon, yolk, and tag.
Your students will learn parallelogram shapes with these well known items: eraser, kite, gift, newspaper, cabin, jewels, and fence.
Pentagon shapes are all around us in objects like soccer ball, envelope, flower, house, jewel, badge, earrings, and house.
The Rhombus shape can be found on many objects like a sign, kite, vest, baseball diamond, and tiara.
Help your students identify semicircle shapes using this shape chart with an igloo, rainbow, umbrella, tent, mushroom, and cup.
Your children can learn all about square shapes with these items found in the classroom: sign, frame, puzzle, envelope, cheese, game board, tote and book.
The Star shape is everywhere in our world including a flower, shooting star, starfish, wand, and badge.
Your students will learn all about circle shapes using these objects: clock, button, donut, bubbles, tire, orange, cookies, and coin.
The trapezoid shapes can be found in your home including a pot, lampshade, purse, watering can, and watch.
Many triangle shapes are all around us. You’ll find them in objects like sail, pizza, sign, watermelon, ruler, nacho chips, and flag.
Your students will learn to identify rectangle shapes with this free printable chart. Pictures include ruler, microwave, notebook, door, dollar, tablet, and chocolate bar.