Counting Book Podcast – So Many Circles, So Many Squares


In this podcast, Farah Salman introduces listeners to the book So Many Circles, So Many Squares by Tana Hoban.

I like this book because it is very unique with all sorts of creative pictures. I think it can be used in many ways in class.

  1. Just for counting the teapots, plates, bikes, and pipes.
  2. To see the different shapes of things, like circles in wheels and fruits or squares in a net or fabric design.
  3. To find out greater and more, like are there more squares on a waffle or on a table cover.

Related Book
Ten Black Dots by Donald Crews

Additional Information
You can read some reviews of Hoban’s book at Kid’s Catalog Web.

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