Year R Maths Worksheets (Ages 4-5)

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2d and 3d Shapes Worksheets
Subject > 2D/3D Shapes
Pattern Blocks and Shapes From > Family Education
This printable includes examples of pattern blocks and geometric shapes.
Subject > 2d/3d Shapes
Shapes Worksheets From > Kids Learning Station
Lots of worksheets that introduce the basic 2d shapes.
Subject > 2d/3d Shapes
Shapes Worksheets From >
A series of worksheets that introduces shapes to younger kids
Subject > 2d/3d Shapes
Shape Recognition Worksheets From > Kidzone
A series of worksheets that help recognition of the basic 2d shapes.
Subject > 2D/3D Shapes
Make a Dodecahedron From > Learning Planet
Print out, colour in, cut out and make a 3D shape.
Subject > 2d/3d Shapes
Shape Drawing Worksheets From > Have Fun Teaching
Worksheets that introduce the 2d shapes and give practice at drawing the simple shapes.
Subject > 2d/3d Shapes
Shapes Worksheets From > School Express
Lots and lots of worksheets for shape exploration for infants.
Subject > 2d/3d Shapes
Shapes Worksheets From > Maths Worksheet Wizard
Lots of dynamic worksheets to make introducing shapes to kids.
Subject > Position
Position and Direction Posters & Cards From > SparkleBox KS1
Lots of cards and posters to explain the concepts of position, on, in under etc.
Subject > Position
Above and Below From > Kids Learning Station
A series of worksheets that help describe the concept of above and below.
Subject > Position
Positions From > School Express
15 pages of pictures and text to describe different positions. Click on each page link to view and print out the file.
Subject > Position
Position Worksheets From > Math 4 Children
Three worksheets that can help young kids understand the concept of position. Scroll down to object position then click on the links underneath.
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Curriculum Snippet- ELG 12
Shape, space and measures

The aims for Year R:
Children use everyday language to talk about size, weight, capacity, position, distance, time and money to compare quantities and objects and to solve problems. They recognise, create and describe patterns. They explore characteristics of everyday objects and shapes and use mathematical language to describe them.*

* This text is taken directly from the 2014 English National Curriculum
Maths Games
A game where you have to recognise shapes from pictures. You can use 2d or 3d Shapes
Common 3D shapes used at Legoland
Watch a clip of learning zone tv describing 3d shapes at Legoland