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Shape-recognition is an important math skill. Children create unique triangle designs using mess-free Crayola® Color Wonder™.
Tear a piece of white paper into a triangle. Place the triangle on Crayola Color Wonder Paper. Hold the triangle in place with one hand or ask someone to help you hold it.
Place the tip of a Crayola Color Wonder Marker on the triangle near the edge. Make small lines going off the edge of the triangle on all three sides. Remember Color Wonder won't color on regular paper, so you won't see any marks on your triangle.
Lift the triangle to reveal your Triangle Wonders shape. Make more triangles using the same technique all around the paper. Try different colors on each triangle. Overlap some if you like.
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