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03/15/2012

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Gabriela Seminario

Wonderful material, thanks for sharing!!

D. Russo

I love the stuff that you are teaching little ones! But I have a question as to the difference in shapes and forms? Are not shapes 2D and forms (solids) 3D? I teach this concept as an art teacher and I'm wondering if I am doing it incorrectly?

Keia

Good morning and thank you, thank you for this.

I was feeling crazy because I was thinking my son wasn't doing his homework correctly. Oh it's going to be a long road ahead!

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