Activities for learning Shapes and Patterns

Apr 9, 2013

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Welcome to  TUESDAY TOTS for this week.
Brought to you by Learn with Play at home (us), Rainy Day Mum
Growing a Jeweled Rose and In Lieu of Preschool

This Week:
Learn with Play at home is featuring

Activities for Learning Shapes and Patterns

These great activities all came from last weeks Tuesday Tots linkup
where we featured Easy Crafts for Kids


We've been having a great time with our Playful Maths Series and demonstrating that teaching your children basic maths at home is not difficult at all. In fact, it's really fun so here are a few more activities from last week's linky that show how these parents are teaching shapes and patterns at home.

1) Teaching Shapes with Craft Sticks (Plus Free Printable) from Moms Have Questions Too. 

2) Make a Symmetrical Patterned Apron from Spielgaben. 

3) Learning Shapes with Peg Monsters from Mum of One. 

4) Fruit Loop Necklace Patterns from Four Little Piglets.

6) Mini Eraser Pattern Activity from For the Love of Learning. 

Congratulations if you were featured and thanks for linking up!  
If you're featured you're welcome to grab a featured button.

Here are a couple of pattern/shape activities from us
(click on the picture to go to the post)

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activity for kids
Make a Cereal Bracelet
Cutting Practice and Learning Shapes
Copy Cat Block Game
Invitation to Draw with Blocks


Now it's your turn to link up your posts for children aged 5 & under. 

You can check back on all the great ideas that are linked up each week starting on a Tuesday.

Maybe next week you will be featured.

(please read the guidelines before linking up)

Happy playing,
Debs :)

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