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Words and Shapes with Sticks

If you are outside, you can collect all different types of sticks and twigs. Some might be long, or short. Other’s might be thick or thin.


You can use the sticks to make shapes or words on the ground. Are you able to make a square? A triangle? What about a circle? – that’s one’s a bit trickier isn’t it – how did you make it? Where your sticks straight or bent? Did you have to use lots of little sticks to make the circle?

What other shapes can you make?

I’ve used the sticks I found to write my name. Do you know the letters in your name? Maybe you can make the shapes of the letters in your name using the sticks.

#literacy #Nature #numeracy

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