Develop math skills while building a playground from shapes with Scout & Friends!
Scout & Friends head over to Shapeville Park in this delightful skill-building adventure that shows what a circle, square and triangle can really do! A new playground is being built at the park by the Beaver Brothers and soon the pets have their hands full of helping with the construction. Scout, Violet, Penny, Eli and their new friend Dash learn how to measure out all the various shapes, sizes and dimensions needed to build the perfect parts of a perfect playground. Skills - Shapes, Size Comparison, Measurement
• Sing with Us! The Band
• Curriculum Commentary for Parents
• “Being a Puppy" (The Scout Song)
• "A Surprise for Scout" video
Scout & Friends Adventures in Shapeville Park DVD
Children learn to recognize the defining properties of shapes (such as a square having four sides of equal length and a triangle having three sides) and identify them in different rotations.
Children learn to compare sizes by determining whether one object is larger, smaller, or the same size as another object. Exact measurements are not required – rather, children use relative sizing to compare and order objects.
There are many different types of measurement that children need to learn: time, distance, temperature, volume and so on. Measurement has applications in many subjects, especially science.
Estimated Run Time: 35 minutes
• Format: Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, Dual DVD, Widescreen, NTSC
• Language: English
• Number of discs: 1
• Rated: NR (Not Rated)
• Studio: LionsGate Home Entertainment
• DVD Release Date: January 22, 2013
5.50 x 0.80 x 8.00 inches