# Name That Shape

## The following worksheet will help Kindergartners become more familiar with identifying different shapes, what makes up a certain shape, and to be able to explain why a shape is a shape.

Students will be able to identify numerous shapes regardless of the size of the shape and the orientation as well.

## Questions

1. Is the green shape a triangle? Why or why not?
2. If you make the shape larger or smaller is it a triangle? Why or why not?
3. Is the red shape a pentagon? Why or why not?
4. If you make the shape larger or smaller is it a pentagon? Why or why not?
5. Is the orange shape a circle? How do you know?
6. If you make the shape smaller or larger is the shape still a circle? Why or why not?
7. Is the light purple shape a square? How do you know?
8. If you make this shape larger or smaller will it still stay a square? Again, how do you know?
9. Is the blue shape a triangle? Yes or no? Explain why it is or why it is not.
10. Is the dark purple shape a triangle as well? How do you know?
11. If you make this shape larger or smaller will it stay a triangle or will it change? How do you know?
The targeted K-6 Geometry standard: K.G.A.2