Discovering 2-D Shapes in Art

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Capstone, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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We use math every day, sometimes without even realizing it! Kid-friendly, real-life situations show readers how they can put math to work in their day-to-day activities. A variety of problem-solving activities and graphic organizers make these books ideal for young learners.
You see 2-D shapes around you every day. Stop signs are red octagons. Corn chips are salty triangles. Your spelling test is a paper rectangle. Shapes like these are the part of math called geometry. Shapes in art can be seen in everything from stained glass windows to tile mosaics. Come explore the creative world of 2-D shapes.
 

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Julia Wall is a Capstone Press author.

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