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2 Copyright © 2010 All rights reserved No part of this book may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher. Sammy the snowman / Carol Hoffer Summary; Maddie and friends play hide-and-seek with Sammy the Snowman and Sammy discovers various shapes until he disappears on a bright sunny day. {1. Friendship-Fiction. 2. Weather. 3. Shapes. 4. Colors. 5. Numbers.} 2

3 Discovers Shapes 3

4 Maddie had played all morning in the bright, yellow sun with her new friend, Sammy the Snowman. They built snow castles, they slid down the hill together, and they played hide-and-seek in the fluffy, white snow. 4

5 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 counted Maddie, while Sammy went to hide. Ready or not, here I come! said Maddie. 5

6 Maddie began to look for Sammy. She looked, and she looked, but she could not find him anywhere. When Sammy hid in the fluffy white snow, he was hard to find. 6

7 Come out, come out wherever your are, called Maddie to Sammy. And out popped Sammy from his hiding place. 7

8 Maddie, said Sammy the Snowman, did you know that there were 13 triangles hiding with me? 8

9 Sammy and Maddie began to count. They counted 13 triangles. 9

10 Soon, a little boy in a green scarf came along, Can I play with you? he asked. Oh, yes, said Maddie, But Sammys hard to find in the snow, she told the little boy in the green scarf. While Sammy went to hide, they counted. 10

11 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Ready or not, here we come! 11

12 And they began to look. They looked and they looked, but they could not find Sammy. Come out, come out wherever your are, they called to Sammy. 12

13 And out popped Sammy from his hiding place. 13

14 Did you know, said Sammy I found one big circle hiding with me. And he pointed to the sun. (How many more circles can you find on this page?) 14

15 Along came a big, brown dog, and a little orange kitten. Can we play with you? they asked. Oh yes, said Maddie, but Sammys hard to find in the snow, said the little boy in the bright green scarf. While Sammy went to hide, they counted. 15

16 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Ready or not, here we come! 16

17 And they began to look. They looked and they looked, but they could not find Sammy. Come out, come out wherever your are, they called to Sammy. 17

18 And out popped Sammy from his hiding place. 18

19 Oh, said Sammy, I can see rectangles that are hiding from us. Can you see them too? he asked his friends. And he began to count the rectangles he saw hiding... 19

20 Along came a little red bird. Can I play with you? she asked. Oh yes, they all answered. But Sammys hard to find in the snow, they told the little red bird. While Sammy went to hide, they counted. 20

21 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. Ready or not, here we come! 21

22 And they began to look. They looked, and they looked, and they looked, and they looked, but they could not find Sammy anywhere! Come out, come out wherever your are, they called to Sammy. 22

23 But all that was left of Sammy, on this bright sunny day, was his big, black square hat. 23

24 But dont you worry, Sammy the Snowman will be back to play. Hes just in a different shape for today. 24

25 Questions to Engage Students as you read. Page 9 – Can you find a rectangular shape in this picture? (log) Page 13 – If you could see the shapes in the big tree, what shape do you think they might be and how many of them would there be? (3 triangles) Page 15 – What shapes do you see in the dog? In the cat? (Dog - triangles and circles, Cat – half circles, circles and triangles) Page 18 – Do you see a special shape in this picture that is not a rectangle, a circle, a square or a triangle? What is this the name of this special shape? (cube) Page 20 – What shapes do you see in the little red bird? (half circle, circles and triangles) Page 21 – I see an oval shape on this page. Can you see it too? (childrens shoes) 25

26 26 Activities to Extend Learning Activity #1: Teach the children how to draw the trees, snowman, and animals using circle, triangle, square, and rectangular shapes. Activity #2: Have the children go on a treasure hunt to identify different shapes in the classroom. Activity #3: Hide several cut-outs of circles, triangles, squares, and rectangles around the room have the children find one of each shape. Activity #4: Using play doh, invite children to use cookie cutters of various sizes, in the shape of a circle, square, triangle, and rectangle. Show them how to make the characters in the story by using the shapes they have cutout.

27 27 Grade: Kindergarten Standard 3: Students will understand basic geometry and measurement concepts as well as collect and organize data Objective 1: Identify and create simple geometric shapes and describe simple spatial relationships. Indicator a. Identify, name, describe, and draw circles, triangles, rectangles, and squares in various sizes and orientations. Indicator b. Combine shapes to create two- dimensional objects (e.g., using a triangle and square to create a picture of a house). Utah State Standards


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