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    • Jessica L

      Tape Shapes Sort activity.

    • Mrs. Dean and the Kindergarten Crew

      get/make colored bean bags and then tape shapes on the floor (don't forget the hexagon), give your child specific directions "Toss the green beanbag into the square"

    • Evelyn Opetaia

      Learning shapes - Tape shapes. I like this idea for the playroom floor.

    • Larisa Spirt

      Tape Shapes | Fun & Engaging Activities for Toddlers

    • ReallyGoodStuff

      Tape Shapes for sorting. You could use blue painter's tape.

    • Rebecca Pitt

      Another tape shapes activity. You could do so much with this, sort shapes, find things around the house, or have child jump into shapes as you call them out.

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