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Reviewed Titles Print Book Supported by Capstone Interactive Accelerated Reader
A+ Bilingüe/Bilingual



Which 3-D shape can blow in the wind, swim in the sea, or roll on the ground? A sphere! Have a ball spotting spheres in the sky, your fridge, and even your toy box.

Reading LevelGrades 1-2
Interest LevelGrades PreK-2
ATOS Level3.1
AR Points0.5
AR Quiz #115707
Text TypeInformational Text
PublisherCapstone Press
BrandA+ Bilingüe/Bilingual
Page Dimensions9 1/4" x 10 1/4"
Page Count32
BindingReinforced Library Binding
List Price: $29.99 School/Library Price

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Children's Literature Comprehensive Database - Melissa J. Rickey

"This is part of the “3-D Shapes” book series designed to support early readers’ understanding of mathematical shapes such as spheres. Simple and direct sentences are matched with brightly colored, full-page photographs to facilitate comprehension and provide clear examples of cubes in children’s everyday worlds. An early sentence defines spheres: “Spheres are perfectly round 3-D shapes. Balls of all sizes and colors are spheres.” This is followed by examples of “Playing with Spheres”: “Marbles are colorful little spheres you can roll across the floor”; “Nature’s Spheres”; “A frightened puffer fish blows up its body into a prickly sphere shape”; and “All Kinds of Spheres”: “Blowing air into chewy bubble gum makes a pink sphere.” An “It’s a Fact” section lists interesting information about spheres from the silver-sphere Epcot Center in Florida to the biggest bubble gum sphere on record. A “Hands On” feature provides directions for making a cube friend named Cubby. Additional features include a table of contents, clear chapter headings, a glossary, a resource guide, and an index. This book can be used as a read aloud in primary math lessons and can also be read independently by early readers" - Children's Literature Comprehensive Database

January 1, 2008