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Review: Let's Fly a Kite (MathStart Level 2)

User Review  - Kathleen Dixon - Goodreads

This is one of an excellent series of children's stories based around mathematical themes - this one has the children making kites and exploring symmetry. I expect to borrow it again several times from the library while we're homeschooling the grandchildren. Read full review

Review: Let's Fly a Kite (MathStart Level 2)

User Review  - Thao - Goodreads

- This book can be used to teach symmetry (for older kids) and shapes (for younger). - Grades k-3 Read full review

Review: Let's Fly a Kite (MathStart Level 2)

User Review  - Sharia A. - Goodreads

This book is about a family at a beach. The family is creating kites. TDuring this process, the children realize that the kite has equal sides. Now that the children realize that, they go to the beach ... Read full review

Review: Let's Fly a Kite (MathStart Level 2)

User Review  - Linh Tong - Goodreads

This book is really good for teaching symmetry. I will read this book aloud. Students will help me find the different symmetrical objects in the book. We will then create a symmetrical snowflake. We ... Read full review

Review: Let's Fly a Kite (MathStart Level 2)

User Review  - Maxwoodliff - Goodreads

Let's Fly a Kite would be good for students that are learning about shapes and how to divide things into two equal parts. The back of the book provides a guide for parents and teachers to ask ... Read full review

Review: Let's Fly a Kite (MathStart Level 2)

User Review  - Jenny D - Goodreads

In this story, 2 children learn about lines of symmetry. Have cut-outs of the shapes from the story (a kite, seat, towel, sandwich) available for students. For the first shapes, have students follow ... Read full review


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