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PBS Parents: Matisse Cut-Outs

 A simple, fun game for young learners that allows them to create a design inspired by the work of artist Henri Matisse. Players learn about layering and manipulating shapes and other elements of art and design. courtesy of netTrekker
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 A simple, fun game for young learners that allows them to create a design inspired by the work of artist Henri Matisse. Players learn about layering and manipulating shapes and other elements of art and design.

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