Supporting Geometry, Spatial Sense, and Patterning
Books that use engaging pictures and stories to explore the math that exists all around us
Be a Friend
Written by Diana Murray and illustrated by Bryan Collier, this book follows a child who discovers shapes of all kinds in their busy neighborhood, from rectangular skyscrapers to round drums.
Written and illustrated by Christopher Silas Neal, this book explores the silly and unexpected possibilities that can come from combining animals with common shapes.
Up, Down, and Around
Written by Katherine Ayres and illustrated by Nadine Bernard Westcott, this book uses position words to describe a garden that gets planted and then grows every which way.
Seven Blind Mice
Bracelets for Bina’s Brothers
Ten Black Dots
Written and illustrated by Donald Crews, this book invites you to count along as dots appear and are arranged in new and creative ways.
Round is a Mooncake
What Will Fit?
Mrs. McNosh Hangs up Her Wash
A Pair of Socks
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