We're currently really into Magformers. They let young kids build and play with different shapes that attach via magnets. The only problem is my son will pretty much only use the squares. I thought reading 'Triangle' by dynamic duo Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen might make him more fond of triangles but I fear my plan may have backfired. 😂
'Triangle' is the story of a Triangle who plays a sneaky trick on his friend Square. When Square reciprocates, he winds up in a bit of a jam. This witty book is, of course, absolutely beautiful and gives us the opportunity to laugh along with our kids while teaching them "an eye for an eye leaves the whole world blind."