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Plane (2-D) Shapes Mini Book

Teach Starter Publishing
Google Slide, PDF | 1 page | Grades: K - 1

Engage your students and inspire them to read and learn about 2-D shapes and with a printable book.

Read, Draw, and Write About 2-D Shapes

Get ready to dive into mathematics content during your math segment!  We’ve combined the perfect blend of decoding, comprehension skills, and geometry concepts to inspire your young readers and mathematicians to learn more about plane figures.

Students will love learning about two-dimensional shapes with this fun and educational book. The book covers the following 2-D shapes:

  • Square
  • Circle
  • Rectangle
  • Oval
  • Triangle
  • Rhombus
  • Hexagon
  • Pentagon

While reading, students will read about each shape, trace it, and then draw and color objects that are the same shape as the one on each page. It’s a magnificent way to teach reading and math simultaneously!

This leveled reader is perfect for first and second-grade students. It features

  • Decodable text
  • Tracking dots to encourage fluent reading
  • Engaging text, illustrations, and opportunities to demonstrate learning
  • Comprehension questions to summarize learning.

Looking for more ideas for Geometry standards? Check this out!

No More Geometry Worksheets for 2nd Grade!

You can ditch those boring geometry worksheets! This mini-book is an excellent way to meet both your mathematics and reading curriculum standards. They provide students with the math content they need and critical reading practice in the classroom.

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This resource was created by Anna Helwig, a teacher in Arizona and Teach Starter collaborator.


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