Learn the Shapes for Preschoolers | Toddler Learning Videos

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Learn the shapes for preschoolers with our Learning Time Fun shapes for kids learning video! Along with preschoolers, this video also also help teach 2d shapes to ESL students, kindergarten kids, or any child who needs to learn the 2d shapes for the first time or refresh his or her memory about the shapes. Happy learning!

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[Music] Let’s learn shapes together Repeat the name of the shape after me Triangle [Music] Triangle [Music] Circle circle [Music] Rectangle [Music] Rectangle [Music] Square [Music] Square [Music] Oval oval [Music] Pentagon [Music] Star [Music] Star [Music] Heart heart [Music] Arrow [Music] Arrow [Music] Octagon Octagon

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About the Author: Irene Jones

I was a teacher in the Philadelphia Public School System for over 20 years. I love teaching preschoolers and watching them progress from wide eyed blank slates to being able to read and write. The pride they enjoy from advancing their abilities and seeing their imagination grow is the greatest reward a teacher can receive.