Shapes to Pictures
The pictures of a butterfly, fish and truck have fallen apart, and are now left in the basic shapes that they were composed from. Let's put the shapes back together again and recreate these lovely pictures.
In this game a child learns to recognize and identify the 'whole' and the parts from which it is composed, as well as learning how objects are made up of lots of different shapes.
Let your child experiment with magnetic shapes on a magnetic board or on the refrigerator. You can also play this game by using shapes cut out of paper, and sticking them on a board with Sellotape. At a later stage, your child can play "Tangram;" a classic shapes game which originated in ancient China, where the aim is to create certain shapes using various combinations of other shapes.
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