Books About Shapes

We are focusing on shapes this week, exploring how many sides each have and finding shapes all around. We found these great picture books at our local library using a SUBJECT search for “Shapes — juvenile fiction.” Using these search terms in a subject search will help you find children’s fiction about shapes instead of everything in the collection that mentions the word “shape.”

The books I’ve selected feature shapes all around a child, in their homes, at a local fair, in their neighborhoods and in their cultures. Learning shapes and how to recreate them is a milestone toward learning to write letters.

  • City Shapes by Diana Murray
  • Crescent Moons and Pointed Minarets by Hena Khan
  • Go, Shapes, Go! by Denise Fleming
  • Have You Seen My Monster? by Steve Light
  • Round is a Tortilla by Roseanne Greenfield Thong
  • The Shape of My Heart by Mark Sperring

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Librarian turned Homeschool Mombrarian. I enjoy sharing creative learning activities, picture books and crafts for little learners. I write and create original flannel board stories, songs and felt sets for toddlers and preschoolers.

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