Explore some 3D shapes with this 3D shapes book list for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, and first grade. This list is a great tool for planning your next 3D shapes math unit! These easy books are just right for a preschool or kindergarten classroom with simple vocabulary, colorful pictures, and sometimes silly characters! Check out my 3D shapes math unit to add to your collection of 3D shapes resources!
I also have the perfect 3D shape math manipulatives that I want to share with you! These have been tested in my own preschool room and the kids love them!
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Your little learners will LOVE going on a journey through space with Captain Invincible and his sidekick Comet! Students will get to help them escape numerous traps with their knowledge of 3D shapes. You definitely need this book for your classroom library.
A great resource to show your students that 3D shapes are all around them. The author uses simple vocabulary for students to understand the text easily. She uses great photographs and makes good connections for the students to understand.
Get your students thinking with this silly book! They will need to use their imagination to think of all the possibilities of what a box can become, and see that it is not just a simple box.
The following 5 books are part of a series and are wonderful for little learners. They have simple vocabulary, real-life photographs, and make great text-to-world connections.
Learn about spheres in this nonfiction reader made for preschoolers or kindergarteners. Real-life photos will keep learners engaged and learning.
Next up, Cube! Show your little learners all about cubes and how they are used in the world around them. Then, have them build something with cubes.
Explore cones with your little learners while you read this book. The author uses easy-to-understand vocabulary and real-life examples to show students that 3D shapes are everywhere.
The last book by this author is Pyramid. Add it to your library to complete the book set about 3D shapes. Your students will learn so much from these books.
Have fun spotting cubes in this book. Your little learners will love searching for more cubes, but also learning about all the cubes in the world around them.
See the Egyptian pyramids, Jell-O pyramids, and so much more in this fun text for little learners. The author has done a great job using preschool and kindergarten-friendly vocabulary to ensure your students understand.
Your little learners will enjoy searching for cylinders throughout the book. All the while, seeing real-life photographs of cylinders and their many uses.
Watch all the spheres go rolling by in this nonfiction reader made for little learners. Your little learners will love learning about spheres and brainstorming ways they can be used.
Your students will like learning about all the places cones are. Some are very unexpected places like the top of a rhino’s nose!
Enjoy reading your way through the 3D shapes with your little learners. This 3D shapes book list is just right for your preschool or kindergarten friends! Now, that you have all the 3D shapes books, check out my 3D shapes unit from the Little Learners Math Curriculum to get all the learning resources you will need for a successful math unit!
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