The Very Social Triangle

Once upon a time there was a very social and fashionable triangle.

On Sunday, in a crisp white shirt, it was smooth sailing with his friend semi-circle.

Time flew, in matching color block outfits on Monday with his identical twin.

On Tuesday, wearing just the “right” neutral, he and rectangle sent a letter to an old friend.  Oh, and heart stopped by too!

While wearing a slimming waffle knit on Wednesday, he hung out with his cool friend circle.

On Thursday, he put on a scratchy gray sweater and was at home with his friend square.

Let’s not forget Friday, when he wore something festive for oval’s birthday party.

And on Saturday, there was no stopping the fun he had wearing red with 7 like minded friends!

The End

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What can you make with shapes?

Here is a great Ed Emberley book about creating things with shapes.  It is super fun!

Ed Emberley’s Picture Pie Two

Amazon description…  An activity drawing guide by a Caldecott Medalist combines simple instructions and a bound-in stencil for a variety of projects that demonstrate how to create professional-looking posters and displays out of basic shapes.

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This post is linked up with Learning Laboratory at Mama Smiles.  Check it out for many great learning links!

And with It’s Playtime at Kid’s Activities Blog.  Check it out for lots of great playtime inspiration and play dough fun!

Ann

I'm a practical mom inspired by nature & I enjoy sharing ideas that encourage kids' innate curiosity & creativity. Interested in subscribing? Check out the blue box at the top of my sidebar. I'm also a wannabe author/illustrator & product designer by day. Let's connect! doodlesandjots@hotmail.com. If you purchase through my Amazon links I get a small commission at no additional cost to you (thanks for supporting Doodles and Jots)! And remember to always credit your source here & elsewhere on the internet.

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