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Shapes, Shapes, Shapes by Tana Hoban
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Jun 06, 11

bookshelves: math-books
Read in June, 2011

This book gives an excellent opportunity to let students explore where we see geometric shapes in our world. The book is complied of photographic images depicting everyday scenes, like the floor of a mall, the skyline of a city, and a construction site. There are no words, but it still would be ideal for an interactive lesson, because students could point out all the different shapes they find in each picture. It could also be used for a center activity, where students could compete to see who can find the most geometric shapes in each picture. This book would probably would work best for kindergarten, first, and second grade students. It would be a good introduction to an activity where students go home and list all the shapes they see in their neighborhood and community.

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