Shapes are everywhere, and math students get a chance to explore shapes and their attributes, all while having fun. Familiar storylines and relatable contexts help students practice various principles of geometry, such as composing two-dimensional shapes, decomposing and partitioning shapes, and distinguishing between defining and non-defining attributes. Bright visuals reinforce the essential math concepts that every geometry student must master. This book shows readers how fun it is to make shapes, especially when they're getting the full hands-on experience by making shapes out of paper. Readers will learn how to identify shapes and their attributes. This volume satisfies CCSS Math Standard 1.G.A.3. This book should be paired with "Pablo's Paper Crafts" (9781477720493) from the Rosen Math Readers Program to provide the alternative point of view on the same topic.