by Grace Lin
Charlesbridge, 2020. 16 pages.
Review written September 30, 2021, from my own copy ordered via Amazon.com
What Will Fit? is a board book in Charlesbridge’s wonderful “Storytelling Math” series.
This one is perfect – exploring spatial relationships in a way that is vitally interesting to the toddlers it’s written for.
The story is board-book simple. We’ve got a little girl going to the farmer’s market with a basket. She wants to find something that fits just right in her basket. She looks at a beet, an apple, a zucchini (turned both ways), and an eggplant.
Finally, she finds a pumpkin just the right size and celebrates.
On the back spread are notes to parents with playful ways you can build your child’s spatial sense.
The package all adds up to a sweet little story for short attention spans that will springboard into conversations that will help children learn an important concept fundamental to mathematical understanding. And all in a way that is interesting to them.
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