- Title: So Many Circles, So Many Squares
- Author: Tana Hoban
- ISBN: 9780688151652
- Page: 454
- Format: Hardcover
Tana Hoban changes the way we look at the world After you read this book, you will find yourself seeing circles and squares everywhere And they will surprise you because they will be where you have often looked before You will have changed and begun to see.
Recent Comments "So Many Circles, So Many Squares"
While the book has no words it does have some great pictures of squares and circles that are seen in everyday life. This book would be good for early shape learners who are just understanding the places that you find shapes. It could be a good way for students to think of ways that they find shapes as well. I could see using this as a project for students where you begin by reading the book and then send your young students on a school-wide scavenger hunt for different circles and squares that t [...]
Although this book doesn't have any words, it has many pictures of shapes. The majority of these shapes are squares and circles - which is where the title of the book shows it's relevance. This book is a great way to incorporate squares and circles into a children's lesson because it provides many different examples. It also has bright and vivid colors which would be appealing to younger children. The pictures were taken from every day life images, so the children may start to recognize things i [...]
I put this book on one of my to-read lists (yes, I have many) a long time ago. It must've been while we were reading books about shapes; or perhaps when we were reading wordless books. In any case, I finally borrowed it from the library. We were a bit surprised when we realized that it's just a bunch of everyday photos without a narrative. We still had fun pointing out the shapes we found, although we tired of it before we finished the book. It is certainly a good way to show young children that [...]
Tana Hoban is a wonderful author of children's books. She writes all about familiar preschool concepts. There is no text in this book but it is a great resource to use when teaching about shapes.The pictures are of real life items like waffles and buttons that are made of those shapes.
Hoban, Tana. So Many Circles, So Many Squares, 1998.Grade Level: Preschool - 3Summary: In this book the author uses circles and squares and it will display different images depending on your imagination. Definitely liked this book for myself much less small children.
This wordless book can open a fabulous discussion about shapes!
It's for little kids and I was trying to look at it with Chase.
No words and ugly pictures
picture book. Great for teaching about shapes in math and were circles and squares appear in the real world.
showing circles and squares in the everyday world great for kids
no words. fun picture (realistic) book. teaches circle, square concepts.
The book is full of pictures of everyday things you see that have circles and/or squares. It would be great for geometry and showing children that these common shapes are everywhere.
Can you find the circles and squares? I liked the very strange image of mannequins with boxes on their heads.
Great book to provide children with oppotunities developed spatial awareness and shape awareness.
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