These tracing shapes printables are a great way for young children to learn different shapes while also building fine motor control.


Even at a young age, kids begin learning shape recognition and independent drawing of the shapes.

What does that mean? Some children, even younger than kindergarten kids, learn to identify and draw simple shapes.

Whether for preschool, kindergarten, or first grade, your kids are going to love these tracing worksheets and activities.  

Playdoh Tracing Shapes Printables

Get out the playdoh, a sheet protector, and a dry-erase marker, and let’s see how much fun shape worksheets can be!

Shapes MAKE AND TRACE playdoh mats are a great activity for kids of all ages. Who doesn’t love making amazing shapes with play doh?

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How to Use Shape PlayDough Mats:

After downloading your printable set of adorable shape sheets, you’ll want to put them in sheet protectors or laminate them.

Using sheet protectors will allow the kids to practice drawing shapes with a dry-erase marker over and over again.

Protecting or laminating the worksheets will allow your young learners to get extra practice.

Leave them in a math center with mini erasers, and your kids will want to practice various shapes over and over again.

Incorporate sensory based learning, and build fine motor skills, using playdoh to form the large shape. Then, use a dry erase marker to trace and practice drawing the 2D shapes.

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The shape names are printed at the top of the worksheets. This is a great way for kindergarten students to practice reading names of shapes.


12 Printable play dough, make and trace, mats. Each shape has it’s own full-size shape card.



  • Triangle
  • Star
  • Oval
  • Square
  • Rectangle
  • Rhombus
  • Circle
  • Trapezoid shape
  • Heart
  • Pentagon
  • Hexagon shape
  • Octagon
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SuperStars Shape Tracing Worksheets

Shape Superstars are the perfect 2D shapes identification and tracing worksheets!

⭐ They make a great introduction activity for PreK, Kindergarten, and first graders!

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Your kids will be Shape Superstars after practicing their two-dimensional basic shapes 5 different ways!

These Shape Superstar worksheets are no-prep! Simply print and go to help your kids build shape and geometry skills.

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Simply print off the shape worksheet you’re working on.

The kids will practice their shapes in the following 5 ways:

⭐ Trace

⭐ Find and color

⭐ Tap and say the name of each shape

⭐ Cut and paste: Sorting shapes

⭐ Draw the shape


The fun part of learning shapes is learning how to draw them. However, drawing shapes using straight lines can be challenging for some kids.

Thankfully, these worksheets have tracing lines to help build the child’s ability to draw independently.

As the kids complete each section, they can color the star. The stars are great visuals to help them complete each task.

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After purchasing, you will get a printable pdf file that contains printable worksheets for the following:

  • Circle shapes
  • Heart shapes
  • Triangle shapes
  • Oval shape
  • Star shapes
  • Square shapes
  • Octagon shape
  • Rhombus shapes
  • Trapezoid shapes
  • Rectangle shapes

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Tracing Shapes Printables