My little man – currently 4 1/2 – is such a joy to teach. He is not the type that wants to sit in a chair and hold a pencil (oh the complaining!), but he does enjoy learning. He’s one of those kiddos that I have to sneak in learning in whatever activity we are working on.
Despite these facts, I occasionally sneak in some pencil work or other types of traditional learning activities. This packet of circle worksheets contains a few activities with bingo dabbers that he will love. Using scissors is also one of his favorites, so I added a couple of those types of activities as well.
The little booklet at the end will be his favorite. He loves mini-booklets like these as long as they don’t involve coloring. He’s not a fan!
These circle worksheets and the circle booklet are just right for your preschooler or Kindergartner who is learning shapes, or just would like a few fun circle activities.
Note: This packet was published originally in 2016. I’ve completely overhauled it with 5 new pages, the circle booklet, and fresh new fonts and layouts.
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Circle Worksheets for Preschool and Kindergarten
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These circle worksheets are nothing but fun! I’ve included a variety of different activities for your young ones to choose from.
You can make this set into a packet just by printing and stapling or binding down the edge. My girls used to love it when I made them homemade workbooks.
This is the binding machine that I love and use weekly: Fellowes Binding Machine
2021 update: I still use the binding machine after all of these years! I believe I bought it 10 years ago. I bind curriculum manuals, handwriting worksheets, and more.
If you don’t want to make an activity-style workbook, you could print off and then have your child do a few pages to supplement their regular school studies.
You could also print a few pages and put in your purse for your next wait at a doctor’s office or if you’re stuck in traffic and your kiddos are squirrely.
Maybe that’s just happens in our family? 🙂
This would also be perfect to make into a Shape of the Week unit!
In this 15-page circle worksheet set, you’ll find:
→ Circle maze with handwriting practice
→ Circle dot-to-dot
→ Color the circles by alphabet code
→ Trace the circles in the fish picture
→ Identify the number of circles in the picture and write the answer
→ Color and cut out the circle puzzle
→ I am a Circle – facts about circles
→ Silly Circles! Color the circles with various patterns
→ Is it a circle? Cut out each picture and paste in the correct column
→ Circle Patterns – Paste the correct circle to complete the pattern
→ Circle poster with circle facts
→ Circle Color By Number – using numbers 5, 6, and 7
→ Jill the Giraffe’s Circles – Jill’s spots are all circles; draw a line to match the other circles
→ Where are the circles? Use a highlighter to mark all of the circles
→ I am a Circle – uses a bingo dabber to identify and count the circles
Mama’s Learning Corner is filled with this style of printable mini-booklet. My kids have used them for 10+ years in various ways, mostly in the 2nd grade and under years, of course. Many of them involve coloring or writing.
This circle booklet is more of a reading-style booklet with a small activity on the last page.
After assembly (simple instructions are in the download), sit with your child and see if he can recognize the word ‘circle’ on each page. Model reading to him, with your finger underlining each word as you read it.
If he chooses, he can also color the pictures in the booklet.
Lastly, the activity on the back can be done with any marker you choose – a bingo dabber, highlighter, pencil, crayon, Twistable – whatever your fancy. The goal is to identify each of the circles on the back page and mark them in some fashion.
If you’re using this booklet as a Shape of the Week activity, I’d encourage you make the booklet on the first day, and then read it each day you’re reviewing circles.
Consistency is always key with the younger crowd. And homeschooling in general, for that matter.
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