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The Greedy Triangle by Marilyn Burns
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Apr 11, 2011

bookshelves: colors, example-of, math, read-aloud, self-esteem

The triangle got tired of his old life, of all the places he showed up in. He thought that if he had just one more side, his life would be more interesting. Triangle visits the shape shifter. Triangle is never happy with his new side, and always goes back for another.Finally, he has so many sides, that he doesn't know which side is up! This is a great book to learn 2d shapes. I would recommend this book for 2nd grade through 4th grade. As the teacher reads the book, students can create the different shapes on pegboards with rubber-bands.

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