Friday, December 5, 2008

Thinking outside the box

Dale and I studied 3-d shapes recently.

Or Geometric Solids, as our poster says. :)

Whatever you want to call it, we were learning how a square you can hold is a cube, and a circle you can hold is a sphere ('sa-fear' by Dale's pronunciation).
I gathered a few examples from around the house, and as Dale got the idea, I sent him to find his own.

After he went in search of a cube, I kept hearing a ka-clunk, ka-clunk, bump, thunk making it's way slowly down the hall back towards me.

Want to guess what Dale came back with for his cube?

A whole table! (The blue one pictured below)
Made sense to me, how 'bout you?

1 comment:

Michelle said...

Our spheres were always "SPEARS"!