Most kids like anything that is bright and shiny, colours included.After reading a blog post over at Peekaboo, Make and do, about using cut out shapes to create pictures and patterns, I decided to use up my fluorescent cardboard paper to make my own version of this activity. The fluorescent paper (which almost glows in the dark) costs just 99 cents a packet.
I downloaded a template of basic shapes from HERE and printed them onto the fluorescent (glow) cardboard paper.
I laminated the paper before cutting out the shapes.
Get your kids to create as many pictures and patterns as possible. If you use the template that I used, the shapes can the be doubled up as flashcards.
N.B. If you laminate them, you can draw on the shapes using whiteboard pens.
Here are some I made earlier. Lol!
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