By joining circles, ovals, rectangles, cylinders, and other common shapes, even the youngest artist can easily create 30 different characters — a fireman, a drummer, a mailman, a cowboy, an astronaut, a roller-skating girl, a boy on a swing, and more. Blank practice pages make it even easier. Y... read more
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