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  1. I have your number rhymes with the audio in them. I was trying to do the same on google slides with these but I cannot figure out how to cut the audio to add to each shape. Is there a way? 🙂

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Hi! You’ll need to upload the audio files to a Google Drive folder. Then go up to ‘Insert’ and then select ‘audio’ and choose the audio file. Hope that helps!

  2. Jeanine Skennion says:

    Any chance you could add a heart rhyme?

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      That’s such a great idea. Yes! I’ll work on that!

  3. Thank you so much. My 3.5 yo had lots of fun painting the shapes in her little “book” this morning.

  4. Sally Arrigoni says:

    Please add octagon to the shapes.

  5. I can’t get to the shape rhyme printable. Plus I have the discount code to use but I hope I can get to it before the discount is over. Help

  6. Karen Phillips says:

    I really love your stuff and have used some in my school. However, a square is a rectangle so saying two sides are long and two sides are short is incorrect. Most three and four year olds might not get that a square is a special rectangle, but it’s not a good idea to teach them something they’ll have to unlearn.

    1. Angela Thayer says:

      Thanks so much for sharing your insights! I agree with you and I made some changes to the printables so it’s more accurate. Feel free to email me if you have any other questions-

      1. Karen Phillips says:

        Thanks for fixing the rectangle rhyme.

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