This interactive storybook from Sisimpur introduces basic mathematical shapes and reading to young children. The properties of squares, triangles and circles are taught through the fun Bengali story of the Square King and the Triangle Queen. Favorite Sisimpur character Halum features as a cook who prepares delicious food for the king and queen and through his story, kids learn shapes, colors, and vocabulary words such as boi pora, chora, golpo, and shishu.
Language: Bangla, Bengali
Content Topics: Basic Shapes, Food, Colors, and Reading
1. Listen to the story being read and follow along with the text.
2. Children or parents can record their own narration to the story and listen back to it.
3. Three games teach about the properties of shape, matching shapes and recognizing color names.
To recognize the basic shapes of squares, triangles and circles. To know the properties of squares, triangles and circles, including sides and corners. To identify different colors introduced through shapes. To describe the pictures in the pages. To explore each page and find hidden animations. To tell the story on his/her own way. To use his/her imagination in each page to think what happens in the next page. To learn to predict patterns. To create patterns.