Elementary Aged Teaching

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Math Picture Books Linky Party :)

I LOVE using picture books in my classroom, especially when I can use a book for a topic in math, science, or social studies.

When we use picture books to support math lessons, students are not only excited to learn math in a different way, but they also come to associate the feel-good joy of reading with math. This week I’ll share some of the ways I use picture books to teach math, and next week, I’ll share my annotated list of favorite picture books for teaching math, complete with lesson ideas.

When we use picture books to support math lessons, students are not only excited to learn math in a different way, but they also come to associate the feel-good joy of reading with math.

Teaching number sense to kinders, I always need more math picture books to integrate literacy

Number Sense - Here's an activity for using the book THE RIGHT NUMBER OF ELEPHANTS by Jeff Sheppard to focus on number sense and ideas about magnitude of numbers.

Mummy Math by Cindy Neuschwander  Illustrated by Bryan Langdo  Genre: Children’s Picture Book – Math

Mummy Math by Cindy Neuschwander {Review}

Geometry - Mummy Math: An Adventure in Geometry: Cindy Neuschwander, Bryan Langdo

A picture book about a math concept: the number zero. This story is a great introduction to numbers for younger children. Older children (5 + years) will love the idea behind what zero really means when she uses herself “appropriately”. Review from Mother Daughter Book Reviews.

Zero: Kathryn Otoshi - a wonderful kid's book that uses beautiful visuals to impart important messages about body types, social skills, acceptance.

10 Math Picture Books worth Reading

10 Picture Books for August 10th

Math Picture Book & Activity: What's Your Angle Pythagoras?

Math Picture Book & Activity: What's Your Angle Pythagoras

What's Your Angle, Pythagoras? A Math Adventure: Julie Ellis, Phyllis Hornung

NZ MATHS Website- Picture books with level 1 geometry content | nzmaths

[Michael Hall] -- A perfect square that is perfectly happy is torn into pieces, punched with holes, crumpled, and otherwise changed but finds in each transformation that it can be something new, and just as happy.

Math Potatoes: Mind-Stretching Brain Food

Math Potatoes: Mind-stretching Brain Food: Greg Tang, adding by grouping, problem solving)

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