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Concept (nonfiction), 36 words Grade K
The book Squares presents examples of these shapes in the real world. By exploring some familiar real-world examples of squares, students will understand that a square is a shape with four equal sides and four corners. These attributes are easily identified in the photographs in the book. Students will also learn that some attributes define a shape, but some attributes--such as size, color, and orientation--do not.
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