There is lots of opportunity for practising writing these shape words on this worksheet - available in UK and US fonts and featuring circle, square, triangle and rectangle.
Shape Handwriting Worksheets
Kids can learn to recognise, spell and write the shape words with the help of our handwriting worksheets. Start with the simple finger tracing worksheets - which also provide a shape to trace over. Move up to the word tracing worksheets. Finish with the handwriting worksheets, which provide a progressive selection of words to trace and then space to write the word on its own.
Learn to spell and practice writing these tricky words - four 3D shapes! This pack includes the sphere, cube, cuboid and pyramid.
In both UK and US fonts, this handwriting practice worksheet offers the words sphere, cube, cuboid and pyramid.
You could use these 3D shapes word tracing worksheets as posters once completed. Alternatively, laminate them and use with dry wipe pens for extra practice. There are some tricky spellings to learn here!
Trace the shape of the circle, then finger trace the letters in the word below. You could laminate this worksheet so that the kids can use it more than once.
There is plenty of practice for writing the word "circle" on our handwriting worksheet, as well as a couple of circles for the kids to trace.
When you stop to think about it, "circle" is one of the trickier words of the English language! Use this worksheet to reinforce recognition of both the word and the shape and practice the spelling.
Practise handwriting and learn to spell the word cube at the same time. This handwriting worksheet might be useful when introducing 3D shapes to children.
Children can learn to spell the word cuboid and practise their handwriting with this simple worksheet.
Use your child's forefinger to trace the letters of the word hexagon, then trace them again with a pen. It's a good way to learn the spelling - and the shape of the hexagon!
Here is a handwriting worksheet for the word "hexagon". Trace the word four times and then write it yourself on the bottom line. Then trace over a couple of hexagons too.
Trace the hexagon shape and then trace the word to learn how to spell it with the help of this word tracing worksheet.
Here's a word tracing worksheet to help the kids learn the word "pentagon", complete with a pentagon to trace too.
Pyramid isn't a particularly easy word to spell, so this handwriting worksheet might do double duty! It might be useful when learning about 3D shapes, or perhaps for an Egypt or Ancient Egypt topic.
Learn to recognise and write the word "rectangle" with this finger tracing worksheet, and trace over the rectangle shape too. You might want to laminate the worksheet for use with dry wipe markers.
Here's a handwriting worksheet for the word "rectangle", and two rectangles to trace too - lots of good writing practice!
Trace the words - and shape - for circle, rectangle, square and triangle with these worksheets. Then colour in the shape.
This set of 4 handwriting worksheets helps children learn to write and spell the words for circle, rectangle, square and triangle.
Learn the spellings and practise writing the first 4 shapes we introduce to children - circle, square, rectangle and triangle, and trace the shapes too.
Practise writing the tricky word sphere with this handwriting worksheet - useful when first learning about 3D shapes.
Learn to spell the word "square" and get int some tracing practice with our finger tracing worksheet. It's a good one to laminate for repeat use with dry wipe markers.
Children can learn how to spell the tricky word "square" as they progress through the lines of this handwriting worksheet.
Trace the dotted square and then trace over the letters beneath it on this square word tracing worksheet.
Children can begin to learn to recognise and write the word Star using this finger tracing worksheet.
Here is a simple handwriting worksheet featuring the word "star". You could use it as part of a space or planets topic, or when learning about shapes.
Trace the letters of the word start and then colouring the picture. This could be part of a space topic, or a shape topic…
Here is the first of our three triangle handwriting worksheets. This one has large letters ready for finger tracing or for matching with your magnetic letters, and a triangle to trace over.
By the time the kids have traced all the versions of the word "triangle" on our handwriting worksheet, they will be able to write it themselves on the final line. Trace and colour the two triangles on the side too.