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  • Shaping Our Worldby Julia Wall

    Shell Education 2008; US$ 8.99

    Shapes are everywhere you look. They are in the streets, in your classroom, and in your home. Two-dimensional (2-D) shapes have length and width. Regular 2-D shapes have angles (which are measured in degrees °) that are all equal, and irregular shapes have angles that are not equal. Shapes can create different patterns. You can discover the different... more...

  • Shapes in Artby Julia Wall

    Shell Education 2008; US$ 8.99

    Two-dimensional (2-D) shapes are all around you. There are regular and irregular 2-D shapes, which are both used in art including sculptures, mosaics, and paintings. One special pattern is a tessellation, which has shapes that fit together with no gaps in between. Many pieces of artwork and architecture use lines of symmetry—one side is exactly... more...

  • Shapes Around Youby Julia Wall

    Shell Education 2008; US$ 8.99

    Three-dimensional (3-D) shapes have length, width, and height. Some of these are cubes, cylinders, cones, and prisms. You can see these shapes all around you—you can see cubes of cheese, a Rubik’s Cube, or dice. 3-D shapes have faces, edges, corners and bases. more...

  • A Tour of New York Cityby Julia Wall

    Shell Education 2008; US$ 8.99

    Many things in New York City are 3-D shapes with height, length, and width. Many of the skyscrapers in the city are rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, and cubes. Some of the statues are cylinders and spheres. You can even see pyramids atop big buildings. These 3-D shapes are not only buildings or statues—they are the things you drink out of... more...

  • Ocean Mapsby Julia Wall

    Shell Education 2009; US$ 8.99

    Learn about ocean maps and the concepts surrounding coordinate planes as Ocean Maps explores geography under the sea, early and current navigation practices, and the variety of ways the ocean can be mapped such as sonar, submersibles, and satellites. more...

  • Shipwreck Detectivesby Julia Wall

    Shell Education 2009; US$ 8.99

    Explore some of the most famous shipwrecks deep on the ocean floor, including the Titanic to learn about coordinate planes and the fun ways they can be used! Shipwreck Detectives not only addresses shipwreck mysteries but also reviews different marine technology aids in the exploration and study of shipwrecks. more...

  • Las figuras en el arte (Shapes in Art)by Julia Wall

    Shell Education 2008; US$ 8.99

    Two-dimensional (2-D) shapes are all around you. There are regular and irregular 2-D shapes, which are both used in art including sculptures, mosaics, and paintings. One special pattern is a tessellation, which has shapes that fit together with no gaps in between. Many pieces of artwork and architecture use lines of symmetry—one side is exactly... more...

  • Las figuras a tu alrededor (Shapes Around You)by Julia Wall

    Shell Education 2008; US$ 8.99

    Three-dimensional (3-D) shapes have length, width, and height. Some of these are cubes, cylinders, cones, and prisms. You can see these shapes all around you—you can see cubes of cheese, a Rubik's Cube, or dice. 3-D shapes have faces, edges, corners and bases. more...

  • Una visita a la ciudad de Nueva York (A Tour of New York City)  by Julia Wall

    Shell Education 2008; US$ 8.99

    Many things in New York City are 3-D shapes with height, length, and width. Many of the skyscrapers in the city are rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, and cubes. Some of the statues are cylinders and spheres. You can even see pyramids atop big buildings. These 3-D shapes are not only buildings or statues—they are the things you drink out of... more...

  • Dar forma a nuestro mundo (Shaping Our World)by Julia Wall

    Shell Education 2008; US$ 8.99

    Shapes are everywhere you look. They are in the streets, in your classroom, and in your home. Two-dimensional (2-D) shapes have length and width. Regular 2-D shapes have angles (which are measured in degrees) that are all equal, and irregular shapes have angles that are not equal. Shapes can create different patterns. You can discover the different... more...