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Shape A Majigs

Maddie and Zeke are two friends who love to play together. Their favorite game is called “Shape-a-ma-jigs”, where they name objects and then identify the different shapes that make up those objects. Watch in wonderment as the objects are disassembled into the individual shapes when Maddie and Zeke say the magic phrase: “show us your tricks, shape-a-ma-jigs!” Young viewers will enjoy learning about each shape and also seeing each object being put back together piece by piece.

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Program Viewing Tips
  • Ask your child what shapes they see.
  • Draw these shapes for your child, and name them as you draw them.
  • Use words like “curved”, “straight”, “long” and “short” to talk about shapes.
  • Shape-a-Majigs shows children what different shapes look like.
  • Shape-a-Majigs shows children that objects are made up of different shapes.
  • Shape-a-Majigs introduces your child to geometric forms.
  • The repositioning of objects encourages flexible thinking.
  • Understanding that shapes can be used to make up objects helps children to begin to think abstractly.
Program Educational Values
  • Recognizing shapes
  • Object identification/labeling
  • Evolving Conversational Skills