From octagonal stop signs and rectangular doors to triangular roofs and circular wheels — shapes are everywhere. Learning shapes not only helps children identify and organize visual information, it helps them learn skills in other curriculum areas, including reading, math, and science. Keeping in view the enhancement of knowledge of space and shape, rectangle shape was taken up with the Prideens in experiential fun ways. Observation and memory skills worked hand in hand when tiny tots matched the form of their A4 sheets with the sheets of their friends. A treasure hunt to find rectangular objects in the house triggered excitement in children and parents. The whole family enjoyed rectangular sandwiches made by their darling children. To know about the rectangular Postcard, children were taken for a virtual visit to the Post office.