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  • Shapes and colors can be taught together in Beginning Literacy classes. It’s a good idea to review the colors and then teach the shapes by drawing them on the board and labeling them. A nice project is to pass out crayons, blank paper, scissors, and glue and have students create a poster with colored shapes. They should then label the shapes. For example, “white circle” or “yellow square”.
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    • 1. Shapes and Colors
    • 2. circle
    • 3. oval
    • 4. square
    • 5. rectangle
    • 6. triangle
    • 7. pentagon
    • 8. diamond
    • 9. star
    • 10. arrow
    • 11. heart
    • 12. no symbol
    • 13. The End

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