Even from an early age, children will notice different shapes even though they don’t know that the forms have names.
If you give preschoolers a lot of practice with shapes, it will help them eventually solidify their understanding of the two-dimensional structures.
This knowledge of shapes will give young children an advantage in many different areas of learning, such as literacy, math, categorising and comparisons and problem-solving.
So start assisting your pre-schooler today by coloring along with our fun geometric coloring pages. Not only will you be giving your child a head start on an academic level, but you will also be spending quality time with your child that will create a loving bond between the two of you.
For more information on the importance of shapes in early childhood development, see the article eHow Education K-12 Preschool Importance of Shapes in Early Childhood Education by Shelley Frost