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Les solides- 3D solids story to introduce a topic or unit

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Les jeux olympiques des solides

Ever have a hard time finding read-alouds to support learning in math?
This is a simply worded tale of three solids that participate in an Olympics. This Olympics explores and explains the different properties of these shapes. The sphere, cube and cylinder compete in three events that demonstrate their abilities to slide, roll and stack. This story provides many opportunities for asking questions and making connections.

For example:
Question :
Q: Pourquoi est-ce que le cube ne peut pas rouler à la base de la colline?

R : Le cube ne peut pas rouler à la base de la colline parce qu’il n’est pas rond. Il a les côtés droites (les arêts).

Q : Pourquoi est-ce que les roues sur une voiture ou les patins à rouler n’ont pas les côtés droites?

A : Les objets avec les côtés droites ne peuvent pas rouler. Si tu essaies à rouler un cube, il va glisser. Il faut avoir les côtés rondes pour rouler.

Connexions :

Quels objets dans ton environnement peuvent rouler? Trouver les objets dans la salle de classe qui peuvent rouler.

You can display this book onto a screen via a projector, or print it out and bind it for read-alouds and for your classroom library.

Interested in other simple super stories to introduce and reinforce topics and units? Check out my other super stories.



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