Science, Tech, Math › Math Geometry Worksheets for Students in 1st Grade Share Flipboard Email Print Arthur Tiley / Stockbyte / Getty Images Math Worksheets By Grade Math Tutorials Geometry Arithmetic Pre Algebra & Algebra Statistics Exponential Decay Functions Resources View More By Deb Russell Math Expert Deb Russell is a school principal and teacher with over 25 years of experience teaching mathematics at all levels. our editorial process Deb Russell Updated August 16, 2019 Discover the world of geometry with these worksheets for 1st-grade students. These 10 worksheets will teach children about the defining attributes of common shapes and how to draw them in two dimensions. Practicing these basic geometry skills will prepare your student for more advanced mathematics in the grades ahead. 01 of 10 Basic Shapes Deb Russell Print the PDF Learn to distinguish between squares, circles, rectangles, and triangles with this worksheet. This introductory exercise will help young students learn to draw and identify the basic geometric forms. 02 of 10 Mystery Shapes Deb Russell Print the PDF Can you guess the mystery shapes with these clues? Find out how well you can remember basic forms with these seven word puzzles. 03 of 10 Shape Identification Deb Russell Print the PDF Practice your shape-identification skills with some help from Mr. Funny Shape Man. This exercise will help students learn to distinguish between basic geometric shapes. 04 of 10 Color and Count Deb Russell Print the PDF Find the shapes and color them in! This worksheet will help youngsters practice their counting skills and their coloring talent while learning to distinguish shapes of various sizes. 05 of 10 Farm Animal Fun Deb Russell Print the PDF Each of these 12 animals is different, but you can draw an outline around each of them. First-graders can work on their shape-drawing skills with this fun exercise. 06 of 10 Cut and Sort Deb Russell Print the PDF Cut and sort basic shapes with this fun hands-on activity. This worksheet builds on early exercises by teaching students how to organize shapes. 07 of 10 Triangle Time Deb Russell Print the PDF Find all the triangles and draw a circle around them. Remember the definition of a triangle. In this exercise, youngsters must learn to distinguish between real triangles and other forms that merely resemble them. 08 of 10 Classroom Shapes Deb Russell Print the PDF Time to explore the classroom with this exercise. Take a look around your classroom and look for objects that resemble the shapes you've been learning about. 09 of 10 Drawing With Shapes Deb Russell Print the PDF This worksheet gives students a chance to get creative as they use their knowledge of geometry to create simple drawings. 10 of 10 Final Challenge Deb Russell Print the PDF This final worksheet will challenge youngsters' thinking skills as they use their new geometry knowledge to solve word problems.