6 pages. Oh no there's been a mix up at the North Pole! What shape is Santa's hat? A fun way to review the basic shapes.
10 pages. Imagine that! What fun it is to learn about shapes using a snowman's hat!
9 pages. A sparkling way to review shapes.
7 pages. Reinforce and review the circle, heart, oval, rectangle, square, and triangle shapes with these adorable gingerbread men.
10 pages Students will have fun reviewing a circle, triangle, rectangle, square, heart and oval shape as they trace the silly wheels on the bus.
7 pages. Children practice left to right pre-writing skills tracing a variety of patterned lines within the basic shapes.
18 pages. September through May. Children will enjoy making these delightful mini booklets to share with their families. Students practice fine motor skills by cutting the 2 sheets into four pages then sequencing the 8 pages into a cute mini booklet.
13 pages. What a great way to review circle, triangle, rectangle, square, oval, and heart shapes as children have fun tracing them inside adorable-themed art work each month.
8 pages. Here's a mobile that reinforces the basic shapes that your students will enjoy making via the rip and tear method. You can read, save, or print this.
9 pages. Review this science unit with this adorable cut and paste reading activity.
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