Space and shape worksheets
Free worksheets: Space and shape, KS2
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Can you match these shapes with the correct definitions?
Can you colour the squares so that each side of the picture is an exact mirror image?
Regular shapes have equal-length sides and all the internal angles are equal. Can you cut out the shapes and sort them into the Venn diagram? Then draw a circle around the regular shapes and write a definition of an irregular shape.
Can you draw this shape’s reflection in the mirror line?
Let's use some super shapes to make and design a pumpkin!
Will you build the tallest ice cream? Play the ice cream game and see who builds the tallest and the smallest ice cream.
Can you spot the patterns on these winter scarves? Colour the scarves to complete the patterns.
The start of a new year is very exciting! Help your little one to think about the year ahead and challenge them to draw a picture of something they are excited about this year.
Use coloured pencils to complete these fireworks and reveal the shapes. Can you count how many of each shape you can find and match the shape to the correct number?
Did you know that butterflies start as caterpillars? Perhaps you have heard stories about caterpillars and butterflies or seen some outside. Practise your pattern making skills on these caterpillars and butterflies.
Farmer Florence has a lot of crops to sell at the market. Can you help Florence put the crops in order of size?
The goal behind this classic strategic game is to try and sink your opponent’s battleships. Each player tries to hide their ships on the grid and avoid being ‘hit’ by the other player’s ‘shots’. A player is given two grids, one to put their own ships on and one to mark their guesses and whether or not their shots succeeded.
Do you know your 2D and 3D shapes? Let's race to see who can find the most items in 30 seconds!
Shapes are all around us! Do you recognise any of these shapes? Can you find them in your house? What shapes can you see in this picture of a house?
Can you count the shapes, then match each shape to the correct number?
Can you cut out the images on the page to continue each pattern? Then help Sammy, who has been trying to make a pattern with her toys but has made a mistake.
Can you match the pictures to their shadows in this game of objects and shadows pairs?
Today you are going on a pattern hunt! Zig-zags, stripes, spots or wavy lines – which patterns can you see?
Can you follow the directions and find your way through the obstacle course? In front, behind, next to, over... off we go!
Let's get building! Design your model and then find lots of different boxes. Cut out shapes to build your creation.
Flat two-dimensional shapes are used in pictures and artwork all the time. Ask a grown-up to help you cut out these shapes, then make your own shape masterpiece in the frame
Can you find all the items in these images. You'll need to use words like 'in', 'on' and 'under'.
This activity is designed to help your child understand and use the vocabulary of distance and to practise solving practical problems.