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Sir Cumference & the
Sword In the Cone

by: Cindy Neuschwander

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Sir Cumference Math series are a terrific way to teach children elementary math lessons. Bring elementary math and geometry alive as you read about Sir Cumference and his Lady Di of Ameter. Your children will actually remember the math lesson and geometry concepts.

Sir Cumference is back
And he's not alone,
Helping Sir Vertex
Seek the sword in the cone.

King Arthur has hidden his sword, Edgecalibur. The knight who finds it will be the next king. Can Sir Cumference and Lady Di point Vertex in the right direction? Will Vertex's sharp thinking give him the edge?

Filled with riddles and puns, the story is sure to delight students with some geometry background.

Math Concepts:

  • Geometry
  • Geometric Solids
  • Edges
  • Points
  • Faces
  • Pyramid
  • Cube
  • Rectangular Prism
  • Triangular Prism
  • Cylinder
  • Cone
  • Vertex



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