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3 edition of Dadado discovers shapes. found in the catalog.

Dadado discovers shapes.

Dadado discovers shapes.

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Published by Whizkid Basics in Longwood, Fla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geometry -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Shape.,
  • Geometry.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    SeriesClimbing to success
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA445.5 .D33 1992
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1481971M
    ISBN 101881784045
    LC Control Number93149591
    OCLC/WorldCa33408280

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    Directions: Make a knot to one end of the chenille stem and add two wiggly eyes to make a snake. Hand out a snake to each child. Let children use their snake to make and copy the shapes as you tell the Shapes Sally Snake Can Make story.. Tip: For younger children print outline of shapes and let them form the shapes on top of the printouts. Shapes Sally Snake Can Make. Shapes That Go: The transportation focus of this unique shapes book will make it a fun read that fathers will want to share with their sons. The Features: Die-Cut Tabs make the book easy for toddlers to hold an turn pages; Simple, engaging text to read aloud to toddlers; Big, bold photos make each book visually appealing; Rookie Storytime Tips that can be used by the caregiver to review the.

    Let's Make Shapes! How to (nonfiction), words, Level J (Grade 1), Lexile L. Let's Make Shapes is an interactive book that introduces children to geometric shapes. As children learn about these shapes, they discover ways to use the shapes to draw various things, as well as . My Very First Book of Shapes. Eric Carle. Puffin Books, - Board books - 12 pages. 1 Review. A split-page wordless board book teaching children the simple concept of shapes through Eric Carle's inimitable collage illustrations. Readers need to line up the shape in the top section of the book with the same shaped image in the bottom section.4/5(1).


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Perfect for little hands, this chunky, durable cased board book has a die-cut window on the cover. Dadado discovers shapes.

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