Shapes Flashcards, Games, and Worksheets

Whether you are using them for English lessons, homeschooling, or just fun games, Shapes Set 1 and Set 2 flashcards, are ready for you to download and print for free!

Free printouts of BINGO Cards, Snake Race Games, and Word Search worksheets are also available right now!


Free Colorful Shapes Flashcards and Worksheet Downloads

One of the first things that kids learn in English is how to say shapes. We have both 2D and 3D shapes flashcards, available for free download. The cards are great for all kinds of games! At, you can download shape flashcards in many sizes and formats. We also have game cards, and printouts including BINGO cards, Word Search worksheets, and our very own Snake Race Game.

Do you want a cool poster with many shapes for kids to learn? Here is a great shape poster!


Shapes (Set 1 & Set 2) (8 flashcards)

Here’s a list of words that are in these two free flashcards download packs:

Shapes Set 1: a star, a heart, a circle, a triangle, an oval, a square, a rectangle, a diamond

Shapes Set 2: a crescent, an arrow, a cube, a pyramid, a sphere, a disc, a cone, a cylinder

Large Flashcards – Shapes (Set 1)

Large Flashcards – Shapes (Set 2)

Medium Flashcards – Shapes (Set 1)

Medium Flashcards – Shapes (Set 2)

Small Flashcards – Shapes (Set 1 & Set 2)

Shapes Game Cards (Horizontal & Vertical Orientation)

Free Shapes Games (BINGO & Snake Race)

Everyone loves BINGO, and with 10 different cards in the set, they’re great for small to medium-sized classes. For bigger classes, we like to have students circle 4 (or 5) of their favorite words and play BINGO as usual. If all the circled words are called, then the students can say “BINGO” even if their words aren’t in a line.

Snake Race is our original game like Snakes and Ladders, but easier. It’s great for ESL/EFL students, and you only need dice and place markers (like erasers or magnets). Just roll the dice, count as you move along the snake, and say the word you land on. If you’re lucky and land on a “Roll again” spot, you can try one more time. But if you’re unlucky, you might have to go back a couple of spaces.  Kids can ask questions based on what they land such as “What shape is it?” or “Do you like triangles?” as well for even more English conversation practice.

Free Shapes Word Search Worksheets