Dear Family, Today my class started the chapter Geometric Shapes

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Dear Family, Today my class started the chapter Geometric Shapes
Dear Family,
Today my class started the chapter Geometric Shapes and Equal
Shares. In this chapter, I will learn about two-dimensional and threedimensional shapes. Here are my vocabulary words, an activity we can
do, and a list of books we can find in our local library.
Love,
Vocabulary
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vertex a point on a solid shape where three
Activity
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Books to Read
The Village of
Round and
Square Houses
by Ann Grifalconi
Little Brown & Co.
Grade 2 • Chapter 12 Geometric Shapes and Equal Shares
Online Option See the multilingual
eGlossary link at connectED.mcgraw-hill.com to find
out more about these words. There are 13 languages.
Captain Invincible and
the Space Shapes
by Stuart J. Murphy
HarperCollins
Children’s Books
The Greedy Triangle
by Marilyn Burns
Scholastic, Inc.
Estimada familia:
Hoy comenzamos en clase el capítulo Figuras geométricas y partes
iguales. Aprenderé acerca de figuras bidimensionales y tridimensionales.
Abajo encontrarán mis palabras de vocabulario, una actividad para hacer
y una lista de libros que podemos buscar en la biblioteca local.
Cariñosamente,
Vocabulario
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objetos
que halle
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l
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isma
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gan la m
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te
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s
g
ele
s cerrado
n los ojo
figura co
cara la parte plana de una figura
pirámide
tridimensional
arista la línea donde dos lados o caras se
encuentran
cubo
prisma
lar
rectangu
arista
cara
vértice
Opción en Internet Consulten el enlace
multilingüe eGlossary en connectED.mcgraw-hill.com
para averiguar más sobre estas palabras. Hay 13 idiomas.
Libros recomendados
Figuras sólidas
de Daniel Shepard
Red Brick
Compartiendo igualmente
de Hollie J. Endress
Capstone Press
Geometría un vistazo
a Monstruópolis
de John Burstein
Gareth Stevens Publishing
Grade 2 • Chapter 12 Geometric Shapes and Equal Shares
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cilindro
cono
esfera
vértice an punto en un cuerpo geométrico
en el cual dos o más aristas se encuentran

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