Leo teaches his cat Pallas all about triangles by applying his knowledge of geometry to their Stone Age world. Entertaining illustrations and stories provide a fun introduction to math concepts, explaining that different shapes created by the meeting of three lines are given different names. Information boxes accompany each story to explore real applications of triangles in the natural and designed world.
Leo teaches his cat Pallas all about spheres by applying his knowledge of geometry to their Stone Age world. Entertaining illustrations and stories provide a fun introduction to math concepts, including radius, circumference, and diameter. Information boxes accompany each story to explore real applications of spheres in the natural and designed world.
¿Qué figuras ves en este libro?
¿Es una catarina más larga o más corta que una libélula?
Rojo, blanco, rojo, blanco, rojo. ¿Sabes qué viene después? ¡Verás muchos patrones en este libro!
Explora las cosas divertidas que puedes hacer en el otoño y resuelve problemas. Responde la pregunta: “¿Quién tiene más?”.
Puedes hallar varios tipos de patrones en el mundo que te rodea. ¡Mira dónde hallamos patrones!
¿Cambian el tamaño y la forma cuando volteas, deslizas o giras una figura? Halla las respuestas cuando leas sobre el tamaño y la forma.
En la playa hay muchos patrones. Fijate si puedes descubrirlos.
Pasea por la ciudad. Aprende a estimar y comparar.
¿Conoces los diferentes tipos de figuras? A ver si también puedes pintarlas.
¿Puedes decir qué cosas son más grandes o más pequeñas?
Algunas mascotas son grandes. Algunas mascotas son pequeñas.
Tú puedes ver figuras en muchos lugares.
Lee este libro y lo sabrás.
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