Tuesday, 2 April 2013

Geometry Picture Books


If your students like to read humorous books, then use books that have both humor and the desired content that you need them to learn. I first have to introduce 'The Greedy Triangle' by Marilyn Burns because it teaches the reader not only about polygons but it has an important moral in it as well. Here are a few other worth taking a look at...

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What are your favorite geometry books?

As we are on the topic of books for your classroom library, you can see my 10 Classroom Library Tips for helpful and creative ways to have the best library for your class.

1 comment:

Rachel said...

Thank you for the great book suggestions!

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