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by Sarah Dillard,Marcie Aboff

eBook If You Were a Triangle (Math Fun) download ISBN: 1404856889
Author: Sarah Dillard,Marcie Aboff
Publisher: Picture Window Books (October 1, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 24
ePub: 1431 kb
Fb2: 1412 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Education and Reference

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He was glued to the book and loved that there were different types of triangles. See and discover other items: math picture books, children picture math books. The book shows how triangles have 3 angles, 3 corners, and 3 sides. It also covers 3 types: isosceles, right, and equilateral triangles.

Marcie Aboff is the author of picture books, early readers, chapter books, and magazine stories. She’s written more than 20 titles for Picture Window Books

Marcie Aboff is the author of picture books, early readers, chapter books, and magazine stories. She also used to work as a feature writer for a daily newspaper in Escondido, California, and as a catalog copywriter for an advertising firm in New York City. She’s written more than 20 titles for Picture Window Books. Marcie loves visiting schools to talk to students about being an author, as well as helping them develop their own writing potential

If You Were a Triangle (Math Fun) (English).

If You Were a Triangle (Math Fun) (English). Author : Marcie Aboff,Sarah Dillard,%28Illustrator%29. Publisher : Picture Window Books.

Sarah Hagan has a passion for math, and the pi-shaped pendant to prove i. Making it fun matters. Algebra is high-stakes. Her colleagues worry that the young math teacher could burn out.

Sarah Hagan has a passion for math, and the pi-shaped pendant to prove it. The 25-year-old teaches at Drumright High School in Oklahoma. The faded oil town is easy to miss. A student who can’t pass the state test can’t graduate. Hagan admits – sometimes – the work wears her down: Yeah, there’re days when I complain. And the people I complain to think I’m insane because I haven’t left this place. But these kids deserve better. And so she stays, at least for now. Even in her scant free time, Sarah Hagan doesn’t really leave the classroom.

If You Were a Triangle book. Sarah Dillard (Goodreads Author) (Illustrator). If you were a triangle, you would have three straight sides. You could be a slice of pizza, a yield sign, or a musical instrument. What else could you be if you were a triangle? Get A Copy.

Request PDF On Jan 1, 2010, Eula Ewing Monroe and others published If You Were a Triangle by Marcie Aboff . How we measure 'reads'

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Marcie Aboff, Sarah Dillard. If you were a set, you would be a collection of things that have something in common. You could be a set of crayons, swings, or books

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If you were a triangle, you would have three straight sides. You could be a slice of pizza, a yield sign, or a musical instrument. What else could you be if you were a triangle?
Comments: (2)
Hucama
My assistant principal handed me a list of books she wanted purchased after attending a conference. This was one of several and it is helping to update our non-fiction 500s section of our media center. Should correlate well with Common Core.
Olma
My 3 year old son was bored with learning shapes because he knew them all... so I bought this book to give him something different. He was glued to the book and loved that there were different types of triangles. The book shows how triangles have 3 angles, 3 corners, and 3 sides. It also covers 3 types: isosceles, right, and equilateral triangles. It even showed how two triangles put together makes another shape like a rectangle. Very impressed at the content given that far too often this material is not even discussed with students until geometry in high school. Personally, kids don't really need to wait that long to learn and in fact they learn better when they are young. Only issue is that ice cream cones are 3D cones not 2D triangles, but I think that could be worked out in discussion. Overall, a great little book for a math center on triangles.