Effective learning hinges around choosing the right resources and our printable set of coloring, tracing, and drawing triangles worksheets is just the thing you need for your preschool, kindergarten, and grade 1 kids. With bite-sized exercises like identifying, coloring, tracing, and drawing the triangles, plus a dash of the fun quotient in the form of cut and glue and finding the path activities amount to fun galore. Our free coloring, tracing, and drawing triangles worksheet is a compulsive-print!
4-in-1 Triangle Activity
Meet the triangle, the three-sided figure as you color and trace a triangle, connect the dots and then practice sketching it yourself in this drawing and coloring triangle worksheet pdf.
Tracing and Coloring the Triangles
Bring in these triangular rays of sunshine into your class and watch the happiness mount. Preschool kids trace the triangles around the sun and color them. This tracing-cum-coloring worksheet is oodles of fun!
Tracing the Triangle and Its Name
Whether it is tracing the shape of the triangle or the letters of its name, this tracing triangles worksheet pdf has both skills. Kids go over the dotted lines and draw triangles of different sizes and write its name.
Identifying, Coloring, and Drawing Triangles
This printable drawing and coloring triangles worksheet is an ensemble of three activities blended to perfection. Juggle between recognizing, coloring and drawing triangles of different sizes.
Recognizing, Coloring, and Counting Triangles
Zoom in and look for the triangles. Instruct kids to color them, if they find them in the objects in Part A. Hunt for the triangles in the balloon, color and count them in Part B.
Coloring Real-Life Triangular Objects
A touch of real is essential in expanding horizons. Kindergarten and 1st grade kids look around and build their list of examples and translate this knowledge to a paper as they color the triangular objects in this pdf.
Cut and Glue Activity | Jack-o-Lantern
It is time for some eerie fun! Let preschool kids cut the triangles of different sizes from this printable worksheet, glue them on the pumpkin and carve their jack-o-lantern this Halloween.
Coloring the Triangles & Tracing the Path
Muffin's bowl of food is hidden. After much trotting, pacing, and cantering, she has given up. Can your little empathetic cat lovers of kindergarten and grade 1 color the triangles and show her the way?