Curious George Goes to the Circus
Watch this fun story about Curious George and his trip to the circus. While you watch, be on the lookout for all those shapes we have been learning about. How many can you find as George and the Man in the Yellow Hat enjoy another adventure?
Ready for a delicious math lesson? Grab some animal crackers and use this graphing worksheet to see how many of each type of animal cracker you have! Can’t print a sheet? No worries! Just sort the crackers by animal type and then draw your own. When you are done, enjoy a delicious snack to celebrate your hard work.
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