Shapes In Sports PDF/EPUB ´ Shapes In ePUB Ò

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Shapes In Sports (Acorn) ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☃ Shapes In Sports (Acorn) ✐ Author Rebecca Rissman – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk These fun titles introduce children to different shapes in a range of real world situations Each book uses simle, patterned text to teach children basic vocabulary, and includes stunning photographs t These fun titles introduce children to different shapes in a range of real world situations Each book uses simle, patterned text to teach children basic vocabulary, and Shapes In ePUB Ò includes stunning photographs that show how shapes can be found in many places.


About the Author: Rebecca Rissman

Rebecca Rissman is an award winning children s author and editor Her writing has been praised by School Library Journal, Booklist, Creative Child Magazine, and Learning Magazine Shapes In ePUB Ò She has writtenthan books about history, culture, science, and art She lives in Chicago, Illinois with her husband and two daughters She enjoys yoga, reading, and cooking.



10 thoughts on “Shapes In Sports (Acorn)

  1. Megan Collins Megan Collins says:

    Rissman, Rebecca Shapes in Sports 2009 This is a great book for connecting with students that enjoy sports The beginning makes the connection of shapes being all around us and has a page dedicated to each shape and its name The reader is then walked through all of the different shapes we see in sports such as checkered squares in a racing flag The format of the book is interesting as well A picture is shown on the right page and a question is asked such as, What shape is in the sandpit Rissman, Rebecca Shapes in Sports 2009 This is a great book for connecting with students that enjoy sports The beginning makes the connection of shapes being all around us and has a page dedicated to each shape and its name The reader is then walked through all of the different shapes we see in sports such as checkered squares in a racing flag The format of the book is interesting as well A picture is shown on the right page and a question is asked such as, What shape is in the sandpit The child is given the opportunity to respond before turning the page to see the highlighted answer Readers can find a multitude of shapes on every page and at the end they are asked to recall the shape names they remember Target Audience Preschool Kindergarten


  2. Mister David Mister David says:

    Each photo of a sports scene clearly shows a specific shape On the next page the photo is shown again, but this time with the specific shape outlined in a bright color The text is very large, simple, bold, and specific Great book for helping us to see shapes in the environment around us.


  3. Los Gatos Library Los Gatos Library says:

    Shapes are all around us, particularly on the sports field Rectangles, ovals, circles, squares, triangles andare all to be found in athletic endeavors Bright simple pictures make the shapes fairly easy to spot For instance, one page shows a man waving a checkered flag at a racetrack, and the text asks readers what shapes are in the flags The next page highlights the squares in red, and states that there are squares in the flag All kinds of sports are included, the triangle is formed Shapes are all around us, particularly on the sports field Rectangles, ovals, circles, squares, triangles andare all to be found in athletic endeavors Bright simple pictures make the shapes fairly easy to spot For instance, one page shows a man waving a checkered flag at a racetrack, and the text asks readers what shapes are in the flags The next page highlights the squares in red, and states that there are squares in the flag All kinds of sports are included, the triangle is formed by a woman doing a yoga pose This shape book is a good fit at a storytime for 3 and 4 year olds This group will be well equipped to find the shapes in the sports It is a little small for storytime use, but with a smaller group it would work fine The text is bold with only one sentence per page The shapes are named early in the book, and the last page has all the shapes printed again for review This could go with any storytime book about shapes, or it could go with a book like Alphabet City, by Stephen Johnson, that focuses on finding the shapes of letters in everyday objects


  4. Jennifer Bane Jennifer Bane says:

    I paired this with Shapes, Shapes, Shapes by Tana Hoban because the Shapes in Sports talks about the different shapes there are and shows how to find them in sports and the Shapes, Shapes, Shapes book gives many pictures of things you might see in real life and each picture has a lot of shapes in it for the child to guess The students could first learn about the shapes and practice finding them before they go to the Shapes, Shapes, Shapes book and search for the shapes in pictures about everyda I paired this with Shapes, Shapes, Shapes by Tana Hoban because the Shapes in Sports talks about the different shapes there are and shows how to find them in sports and the Shapes, Shapes, Shapes book gives many pictures of things you might see in real life and each picture has a lot of shapes in it for the child to guess The students could first learn about the shapes and practice finding them before they go to the Shapes, Shapes, Shapes book and search for the shapes in pictures about everyday life The good thing about the Shapes, Shapes, Shapes book is that there are many different shapes in each picture so that will help the student or child to look for many shapes at the same time and not just one at a time


  5. Kimberly Kimberly says:

    The book was well loved in my Story Time, however I had to change the term semi circle to half circle for my younger audience I also skipped over diamond and oval shapes because it would have been lost on my group.


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