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This activity on shapes promotes creativity among children and develops eye-hand coordination. It also shows their learning on the basic shapes. Not only that, they also enjoy doing the activity and compare their art work to their classmates. 

1. Bond Paper
2. Colored Papers
3. Glue
4. Scissors

1. Make sure to introduce the different shapes first. Put a sample of artwork in front. 
2. Have them cut a big circle from one of their colored papers. Paste on a bond paper.
3. Instruct them to cut shapes that will become the different parts of the face. Allow creativity

Note: The picture above are sample outputs of students.

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