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 and are featured here.
Foam Shapes on the Window [The Imagination Tree]
Shape Sticker Collages [The Imagination Tree]
Giant Felt Shape Board [The Imagination Tree]
Shapes in Play Dough [Come Play an Hour]
IQ Shape Puzzles [Learners in Bloom]
Matisse Shape Art in the Bath [The Imagination Tree]
Shape Stamping [Mummy Musings and Mayhem]
Paint Chip Shape Mosaics [Happy Hooligans]
Triangle Fractals Community Art Project [Anjalicuric]
Printing with Shapes [At Home with Ali]
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It’s Playtime is a collaborative linky hosted by: Anna at The Imagination Tree, Rachel and Holly at Quirky Momma, Jamie @ hands on : as we grow, Rachele @ Messy Kids and Jenny @ Let the Children Play. We’re all about PLAY!
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Thanks so much for featuring our shape stamping activity and for hosting each week! (Mummy Musings and Mayhem)
Keeping my Toddler Entertained says
Thank you for the opportunity to share my posts on your linky party. I inspire to have a blog as successful as ‘The Imagination Tree’. Thank you
What great shape activities.
Thanks for hosting.
Thanks for featuring us this week. You have made my day 🙂
Great ideas for fun ideas about learning shapes! Thanks for hosting!
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