Are you looking for fun ways to teach your toddler geometric shapes? If so, our simple shape colouring pages are for you. They make teaching this early Math concept a breeze. And you can use them in loads of fun activities, as well as colouring in!
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When Is the Best Time to Introduce My Toddler to Shapes?
Your toddler is likely to be 2 years old or older before they can grasp the concept of geometric shapes. So 2 years old+ is the perfect age to start activities and games involving shapes.
The expectation is that they will be able to identify some basic shapes by the time they are 3 years old. But, remember that all kids develop and learn differently.
Shape Colouring Pages
Most of our shape colouring pages print on a4 paper in landscape. They’re all in a pdf format and are free. All we ask is that you use them only for your own personal use.
If you see a sheet you like the look of…
Click on the title of the image.
You’ll be taken to the blog post where you will be able to click the download link. The post will also give you some ideas of how you can use your shape colouring pages.
Here are the various shapes you can choose from. Lots of the pages include tracing shapes worksheets too. So make sure you check them out.
How Can I Use My Shape Colouring Pages?
Our free printable shapes are great for kids to decorate and colour. But they can be used for lots of other things too. Here are some simple activity ideas.
Make Your Own Foam Shapes
Use the different shapes as templates. Print and draw around them on foam sheets (US / UK / CA) to make your own kids toy. This craft idea won’t take you long to make. You can use them to create all different shape pictures, like a house. And you can also use them in the bath!
Create a Cute Shape Suncatcher
Then peel off the backing and place it on a table sticky side up. Let your toddler decorate their shape with tissue paper. Finish by trimming around the edge of the shape. Then display it in your window.
Tip: tape down the contact paper to stop it from moving during the activity.
Now You Have Some Ideas Of How to Use Your Colouring Pages…
All that’s left for you to do is to download and print the shape colouring pages you like. Just go back and click the links.
Other Free Printable Colouring Sheets You May Like
Don’t forget to check out our A-Z list of toddler colouring pages.
Or take a look at our Pinterest board.