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Square Worksheets

Learn basic math shapes with square worksheets, interactive and printable. Square shape recognition worksheets for children ages 3-5

After you and your child have worked through these kindergarten shape worksheets, your child will be able to both recognize a square and to draw a square.

One tip to keep the lines parallel when your child practises drawing a square is to draw a small square in each corner, so the four lines go around the four little squares. 

Basic Math Shapes: Square

Children are probably more used to looking at objects as 3D shapes rather than flat shapes. Study various objects around the home or outside and point out the shapes in an object to your child.

Work through the exercises below with your child and have fun.

Count How Many Squares

Work through the five questions below with your child. Ask him or her to count the number of squares in each picture and to enter the number into the box.


Printable Square Worksheet

Preschool Square Worksheet Printable


Print out the worksheet on the left hand side.

Ask your child to practise drawing a square. Ask them to draw in in an anti-clockwise direction. Remember the tip we gave you above about drawing a little square in each corner to keep each line parallel.

In the next question, are four teddy bears each holding a different shape. Ask your child to locate the square and to color it in red using a sharp pencil.

Finally, the three flowers are missing a square flower pot. Ask your child to draw one for each flower.

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