Shape, Color, and Number Match Worksheets
How to Match Shapes, Colors, and Numbers It may sound like a preschool activity, but once your kid gets a grasp over it, he/she is good to achieve big in mathematics. Matching shapes, colors, and numbers is an activity that every kid likes to do. But sometimes, it is difficult for kids to match the given items in front of them with their respective partners. In this guide, let’s tell you how to help kids with matching shapes, colors, and numbers. A great way to do that is to make sheet and that has different shapes, numbers, and colors scattered all over. Make your kid understand one shape, one number and then help him/her find out the other similar shape and number. Other than working with the sheet thing, you can also use cards to create a simple matching game. Ask you little champions to match the similar cards and match the shape, number, or whatever is drawn on it to match with the first card. Make sure to help the kids through this activity as it’s a great way to develop and increase their cognitive ability.

Basic Lesson
Students match color to the numbers represent. They learn to write number sentences. Write the key into word sentences. Number 3 is equal to green. Number 7 is equal to blue. Number 4 is equal to purple. Number 9 is equal to black. Number 1 is equal to brown.
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Intermediate Lesson
Students learn to match shapes and colors they represent. Space do not allow for the usual practice problem.
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Independent Practice 1
Students match both shapes and numbers to the colors they represent. Great for introducing the use of symbols. Using the guide at the top, match the number to the color.
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Independent Practice 2
This worksheet uses larger numbers and more unusual shapes than the other practice sheet.
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Homework Worksheet
Use the guide to match numbers to colors and shapes. An answer key can be found below.
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Topic Quiz
Has 8 problems in all. We weren't able to fit the scoring matrix on this one, just divide the number correct by 8 and multiply by 100.
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One Liners
A counting one liner for you:
How do you make the number seven even?