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If you are planning some apple days with your students, these free Apple Shapes Tracing Worksheets will add extra fun to your apple themed lessons.

If you would like to browse all of our shape tracing pages, try our Shapes Tracing Worksheets post.

How to Use the Apple Shapes Tracing Worksheets

You can simply print the pages and let your student trace the – shapes with a crayon, pencil, or marker.

However, if you want to reuse the pages, laminate them or use them with Dry Erase Sleeves or page protectors and a dry erase marker.

If your student isn’t ready to write, your student can use a variety of manipulatives to “trace” the apple shapes. Consider using small red pompoms, red candies, WikkiStix, red yarn, red buttons, or whatever you have on hand. Let your student line up the manipulatives around the edge of the shapes.

Here is a sample Apple Tracing Page that uses WikkiStix to “trace” the shapes.

Benefits of the Apple Shapes Tracing Pages

You can use the pages to teach the shape names to your student. “Look at this shape. It has eight sides. Let’s count them. What is the name of a shape that has eight sides?”

You can also use these pages to help your student analyze two-dimensional shapes. Ask questions. Is an oval like a circle? How are they the same? How are they different? How many sides does a triangle have? How many sides does a square have? Which one of the shapes looks the most like an apple?

The Apple Shapes Tracing Pages will also help your student learn the names of shapes. Ten shapes are included in this printable set:

• diamond
• rectangle
• square
• circle
• star
• oval
• triangle
• heart
• hexagon
• octagon

How to Get Started with Your Apple Shapes Tracing Pages

Follow these simple instructions to get started with the apple tracing worksheets.

1. Print the Apple Shapes Tracing Pages.
2. Laminate the pages, or use them with Dry Erase Sleeves or page protectors.
3. Give your student a dry erase marker to trace the apple shapes. Alternatively, give your student a special manipulative to “trace” the pages.