Here are some great ways to learn about shapes with young children which are all are easy to set up and offer plenty of scope for creativity! Learning maths skills through play and art is the best possible way! Many of these ideas were linked up through It’s Playtime, thank you to all who contributed
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Let kids create some modern art masterpieces in the bath tub, using brightly coloured foam shapes and water! Easy, effective and open-ended artistic exploration for young children and a great way to introduce a little art theory too. We recently went for a day out into London and visited the
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Create a beautiful collage inspired by the colourful work of artist Piet Mondrian! We are thrilled to be joining forces with Red Ted Art, Imagination Soup, Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas , Creative With Kids and Tinkerlab on a new, bi-monthly art activity celebration. Kids Get Arty will celebrate the work of real artists
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I found a huge, felt-backed board that was part of a Bible visual aid set and got it out for the girls to make some shape pictures and patterns on. I cut out some simple shapes of varying sizes from felt sheets (I got a pack of 100 from
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This is the kind of fun that keeps Cakie absorbed for ages because it combines some of her favourite things in the world: containers and little things to put inside them! We had a huge egg box and so I numbered the little holes from 1-15 with a Sharpie marker
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