all Space and shape worksheets
This worksheet encourages your child to think about and draw the journey they take to school with sense of 'aerial perspective'.
Can your child recognise a square, triangle or circle? Look at the different shapes together and ask them to colour them in.
Use square centimeters to calculate and measure the area of rectangles.
Teach your child the correct vocabulary to describe location with this worksheet. Where are the cat and the dog - on, under, beside or in front of the table?
Worksheet with circular diagrams for your child to add arrows demonstrating clockwise and anti-clockwise.
Help your child learn and use the correct words when they are describing where things are. Is an object below, in or on another object?
A game for children to play that encourages their ability to describe where objects are and give directions.
This picture of a house is made up of loads of different shapes. Can your child spot them all and count them? A brilliant puzzle to help boost shape-recognition skills.
Worksheet with pictures to encourage your child to draw a map of the place where they live.
Your child will love this game, especially when it is their turn to boss you around! The aim is to practise using words such as below, under, around and inside and reinforce their meaning.
An activity to do at home, consisting of cutting out the names of 3D shapes and then labelling relevant objects at home.
In, on, over, under, inside, outside... all concepts your child will learn in their Reception year. Help reinforce their understanding by labelling things around the house as part of this activity.
A picture of a house incorporating various 2D shapes for children to colour in given colours.
Which shape am I? Your child can use the clues on this fun quiz sheet to identify the main 2D shapes. Answers are provided.
A worksheet with names of 3D shapes to match to pictures.
This activity gives your child practice at identifying a series of regular and irregular five- and six-sided shapes.
This activity encourages your child to measure your kitchen at home and then calculate its perimeter and area.
A game to make and play! Help your child to stick and cut out the shapes and then take turns to describe a shape for the other to guess. Start with three or four shapes, and progress as your child becomes more and more skilled. Brilliant for helping children identify the main features of 2D shapes
This download explains what parallel lines are and encourages children to think about which examples fit the description.