Jeenu is spending the summer holidays with her grandparents, and she’s bored, Ajji suggests a game. Will it be a fun game? This geometry storybook with activities is a great way to combine reading and play.
Jeenu and Ajji are drawing circles, triangles and squares. Then they turn them into all sorts of things. This simple story introduces the concept of shapes to children and encourages them to use their imagination.
Sample Text From The Drawing Game – ( geometry storybook with activities )
Jeenu is spending her summer holidays at her grandma’s house. She has no friends here. She is bored.
“Play with me, Ajji!” she says.
Ajji says, “Go get a piece of chalk. Let’s play a game.”
Jeenu is excited. What game will Ajji play? Ajji draws a shape.
“Can you guess what this is?” she asks.
“It is a circle.” Jeenu makes a face. She does not like this silly game.
“Yes, but it is also something more,” says Ajji.
Jeenu thinks, then she smiles. “It is a smiley face!” she says.
Ajji claps. “You understood the game!”
<End of Page 3 of The Drawing Game>
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