Youngsters can learn simple geometry with this playful but informative math concept book that takes the fear out of math and puts the fun back in. Includes easy, hands-on activities. Illustrations.Youngsters can learn simple geometry with this playful but informative math concept book that takes the fear out of math and puts the fun back in. Includes easy, hands-on activities. Illustrations.Read Less
Nancy Tobin. New in New jacket. Book CONDITION: NEW 1998 Holiday House hardcover & DJ (in mylar jacket), first printing. Adorable color illustrations by Nancy Tobin. Does your kid know that his pizza is an isosceles triangle? Did you? Relating polygons to everyday items that children use makes this a great learning book-and a fun book as well. Great for homeschooling, too. CONTENT: Children lucky enough to see and read this lively and instructive work will be way ahead of most parents. They will be able to rattle off the differences between an equilateral and a scalene triangle, or tell how to distinguish a parallelogram from a trapezoid. And all this heady knowledge can be painlessly acquired simply by using a number of pretzels, a slice of cheese, a piece of bread and a sheet of paper! This title is a page-turner, chock-full of informative fun. What's more, by participating as they learn, children are likely to retain what information they acquire. This is beginning Geometry made easy. A winner. Grades 1+.
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