2D shapes are flat shapes that have only two dimensions – length and width. Some examples of 2D shapes are circles, squares, rectangles, triangles, and ovals.
On the Tracing 2D Shapes Worksheets, you will see different shapes that you need to trace with a pencil. Tracing is a great way to practice your fine motor skills and helps you learn to control your hand movements. After you have traced the shapes, you can color them in with crayons or markers.
Why is it important to learn about shapes?
Learning about shapes is important because shapes are everywhere around us! By learning to recognize and name shapes, you will be able to understand and describe the world around you better. For example, you may notice that a pizza is a circle or a book is a rectangle.