The first worksheet has the students identify shapes by looking at the shapes that are in the boxes on the worksheet and selecting the correct name for the shape out of three options provided.
The second worksheet has the pictures of shapes inside the boxes on the worksheet and the students have to write in on the line underneath the shape indicating which shape it is. The worksheet explains that the shapes they might see in this worksheet include that of a Circle, Square, Rectangle, Triangle, Star, Oval, Pentagon, Hexagon and Octagon.
The third worksheet either has the picture of the shape in the box but doesn't list its name or has the name of the shape that's supposed to be in the box but not the picture. The student in this case has to fill in the missing details. The same list of shapes from the second worksheet is also provided on the third one.
When the teacher uses this set of work sheets they can either guide the students on how to identify the shapes in question or have the students work on it independently if they are able to do so without teacher support.