1. Click on the button to begin. 2. Choose a shape and say it's name and color. 3. Use the tool to erase the shape. (The outline will stay there.) 4. Use the or tell a grownup how many friends you found and what they are doing together. 5. Choose another shape and repeat until you've done them all. Simplify: * Just let it be a shape and/or color activity (steps 1-3). * Count the friends in each set WITH your child. Say each number first if necessary. * If your child is nonverbal, have them point to a shape and/or color that you name and do steps 1-3. Extend: * Have your child use a tool to write the number of children on each set. * After uncovering all the friends doing something fun, have your child tell about the activity they would most like to do and who they'd like to do it with. * When they're all done, have them color the shapes back in. Learning Opportunities: ELA 4 yr.1.2: Use nouns, verbs, prepositions, pronouns, and adjectives when speaking with others ELA 4 yr.1.8: Engage in conversations with peers and adults by talking about activities, personal stories, pictures, topics, and text. FA 3 yr.4.2: Recognize basic colors (for example, red, yellow, blue, orange, purple, and green). FA 4 yr.4.2: Recognize and name colors (for example, red, yellow, blue, purple, orange, green, black, white, brown, pink, and gray). Math 3 yr.1.6: Begin to point to and count up to five objects/people. Math 3 yr.4.1: Match, point to, and begin to identify basic shapes by name. PE 3 yr.1.5: With prompting and support, develop small muscle control by making lines, circles, and scribbles with writing tools (for example, chalk, crayons, paint, markers, digital tools).