Scavenger hunts are always fun! Draw out some shapes and start naming what shapes the kids should find around the room
encourages development of math skills (geometry) as well as fine motor skills and sensory exploration. Implemented in the sensory table or on individual trays.
Paint Resist Shape Art using Contact Paper
Feed the Hungry Shape Monsters Sorting Game. Get your child to call out the shape in the target language when putting them in the mouth of the right monster.
These shapes dot painting worksheets offer kids a fun hands on way to learn their shapes while working on fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. free printable do a dot markers bingo markers dot markers daubers
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Basic shapes and pencil skills, printable or write out
Learning shapes and colors is easy with these I have Who Has Shapes and Colors game cards