This worksheet is centered around the basic geometric shape of a circle. It contains several dotted circles of varying sizes, each awaiting to be traced by the student. Two cartoon faces, also made up of circles, add an element of fun to the page. Below the dotted circles, there’s a word label “Circle,” providing a visual connection between the shape and its name.
The worksheet aims to introduce students to the geometric concept of the circle by providing a hands-on tracing activity. It helps develop fine motor skills as the students must control their pencil or crayon to follow the dotted lines accurately. The inclusion of faces within circles also subtly teaches children that shapes are all around them, even in familiar objects. Moreover, recognizing and writing the word “Circle” helps with their literacy skills by associating the shape with its corresponding name.