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Color Magic Sticker Play Book by Metropolitan Museum of Art
  

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Color Magic Sticker Play Book by Metropolitan Museum of Art

By combining unique translucent stickers, one colour on top of another, children can create new colours and then change them in an instant. The reusable stickers easily peel away from the special laminated pages so that a fresh 'canvas' is always at the ready. The 500 stickers come in multi-sized geometric shapes, which can be arranged to create people, animals, airplanes, cars and more. As children manipulate the multi-sized circles, squares, rectangles, triangles, wedges and ovals, they will begin to see the geometry of the world, as artists do. Each spread suggests a familiar setting, such as home, the playground, the beach and a farm, with a few illustrations started in colour for inspiration. There are colours to change (a yellow frog), shapes to complete (a half-circle balloon) and scenes to expand (a street with one car and a stop light). It also includes three blank spreads.

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Book Info

Publication date

22nd October 2008

Author

Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Publisher

Abrams

Format

Paperback
16 pages

Categories

Sticker & stamp books

ISBN

9780810971264

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