Geometry Genius features fun geometric characters, like Fox and Lion, and lift-the-flap activities that help kids relate shapes to everyday life. Characters pose key questions, such as "What's special about a sphere?," "What is an equilateral triangle?," and "How many lines of symmetry does a hexagon have?" Children can then lift the flaps and find the answers. An interactive pop-up will also bring learning to life by encouraging kids to spot different shapes within the scene.
Geometry Genius helps kids identify and describe 2-D and 3-D shapes, compare and contrast features of regular and irregular shapes, discuss the size and orientation of shapes, understand nets, identify and count lines of symmetry, and more! It gets kids thinking about shapes in their world and not just on the pages of a math book. Quiz questions and fun activities are found sprinkled throughout the book, encouraging kids to lift the flaps and find out more. Learning shapes is a highly visual topic, and this book tackles the subject in a visually appealing, fully interactive, and playful way.