DotPremise/plot: A nonfiction concept board book for young(er) children. The focus this time is on shapes found in nature. Readers are introduced to the following shapes: dot, line, curve, round, triangle, square, rectangle, diamond, oval, semicircle, coil, spiral, crisscross, star, pentagon, hexagon, ball, and trapezoid. These 'shapes' are found in photographs.
The number of dots on a ladybug's wings tells us what type of beetle it is. How many do you count?
Look at the pigeons on the telephone line. Together they take a break from flying in the sky.
Snakes curve from side to side as they slither along.
SpiralMy thoughts: I like this one. I do. I enjoyed it just as much as Homes. Both books are definitely worth seeking out. It's never too early to start sharing good nonfiction titles with your children!
The chameleon can twirl its tail to grab on to branches. See the spiral as it sits in a tree?
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