Teaching number sense to kinders, I always need more math picture books to integrate literacy
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book to teach number sense must have all elephant books!!!
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.
Teaching Number Sense, that the concept of reasonable numbers (and the understanding of them) are based on the real life experiences of the child.
Number Sense Teaching number sense to kinders, I always need more math picture books to integrate literacy
Growing Kinders: Introduction to Teaching Numbers
Math Picture Books
Sir Cumfer, Teaching, Comic Books, Cindy Neuschwand, Math Adventure, Homeschool, Kids, Round Tables, Math Books
living math books - Sir Cumference and the First Round Table (A Math Adventure) and others
round table geometry - 30 activities from How to Homeschool My Child.com
Sir Cumference and the First Round Table (A Math Adventure): Cindy Neuschwander, Wayne Geehan: Looks like a fun series for teaching kids math!
Math Picture Books -- School Library Journal
Kate Hosford, Gabi Swiatkowska, Numbers, Illustration, Pictures Books, Children Books, Infinity, Kid, Ice Cream Cones
Infinity and Me written by Kate Hosford illustrated by Gabi Swiatkowska. New York Time Best Illustrated Children’s Books of 2012
Infinity is a big subject to tackle in a picture book.The author’s note points out that as soon as kids learn what infinity is, they use it all the time. So a picture book seemed like a logical way to explore some of the ideas kids have about infinity. Uma, the young narrator, begins her musing about infinity after she sees the starry night. Certainly there seems to be an infinite number of stars and it makes her feel very small. #3rdgrade http://3rdgradereading.net
Infinity and Me by Kate Hosford, illustrations by Gabi Swiatkowska. Uma can't help feeling small when she peers up at the night sky. She begins to wonder about infinity. Is infinity a number that grows forever? Is it an endless racetrack? Could infinity be in an ice cream cone? Uma soon finds that the ways to think about this big idea may just be... infinite. Full color.
Paige’s Pick. Infinity and Me. By Kate Hosford. Uma can't help feeling small when she peers up at the night sky. Is infinity a number that grows forever? Is it an endless racetrack? Could infinity be in an ice cream cone? Uma soon finds that the ways to think about this big idea may just be . . . infinite. Click the link below to search the Keller Public Library catalog for this children’s Easy picture book, http://fwl.ipac.dynixasp.com/ipac20/ipac.jsp?profile=kpl#focus. Posted 6/16/13.
She created the money anchor charts in the picture above. Click here to download. She gives links for purchased items in her calendar center. Nice close ups and explanations about the center. I use books from Amazon from the "Every Day Counts" series. You can purchase the components or make your own like I did.
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More classroom display ideas! | FollowPics
Calendar Time Bulletin Board...LOVE!
Love this calendar wall - especially the clock!!
calendar bulletin board by tommie
Great classroom ideas
Picture books for math! What a great way to bring in literacy teaching and student engagement
Worth Reading, Greg Tang, Math Lessons, Books Worth, Teaching Math, Pictures Books, Homeschool Math, Math Fable, Math Books
Greg Tang's collection of books combines math concepts, poetic language, and problem solving for elementary students. Also worth reading - The Grapes of Math, Math-terpieces, Math Appeal and The Best of Times (math strategies that multiply).
Math Books for Kids--Teaching Elementary Math Lessons w/ Picture Books
Math Fables: Lessons That Count - by Greg Tang. Poetry and riddles that teach math concepts. See all of his books.
cute picture book about math (addition, subtraction, shapes...)
For Kids, Doug Cushman, Michelle Markel, Michele Markel, Children Books, Tyrannosaurus Math, Math Books, Cute Pictures, Entir Herding
Tyrannosaurus Math: Michelle Markel, Doug Cushman
Awesome math books for kids.
Math Picture Book & Activity: What's Your Angle Pythagoras?
Teaching Math, July Ellie, Pythagorean Theorem, Numbers Patterns, Math Adventure, Ancient Greece, Children Books, Math Books, Books Review
Click on the book to see a quick summary and book review about this book.Kids are always wondering why they have to learn certain things so beginning a 2-D & 3-D geometry unit always works well when I read this first.
What's your Angle, Pythagoras? In ancient Greece, young Pythagoras discovers a special number pattern (the Pythagorean theorem) and uses it to solve problems involving right triangles. Elyria Public Library (Book Basket)
ideas for teaching math history
Whats Your Angle, Pythagoras? A Math Adventure: Julie Ellis (4-6, Pythagorean theorem)
Living Math books
An annotated list of children's books that teach about concepts in geometry. This site also has other lists of books related to various math topics.
NZ MATHS Website- Picture books with level 1 geometry content | nzmaths
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GEOMETRY Perfect Square --my kindergarten Art Club kids LOVE this book. I do too.
Perfect Square - Picture Book
Perfect Square written and illustrated by Michael Hall
Books That Heal Kids: self-esteem..this is a great website for kids books reviews
The perfect square- great book and activity to teach shapes and practice fine motor skills tearing and cutting paper shapes!
GREAT book for kids
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.
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Take a look at Scholastic's Guide to teaching with math picture books!
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.
Mummy Math by Cindy Neuschwander Illustrated by Bryan Langdo Genre: Children’s Picture Book – Math
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Math Mentor Text Link Up - Geometry
Math book for Geometry
Mummy Math: An Adventure in Geometry: Cindy Neuschwander, Bryan Langdo: 9780312561178: Amazon.com: Books
The Elementary Math Maniac: Monday Math Literature Volume 53
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.
Kathryn Otoshi, Numbers Line, Kathrynotoshi, Kids Books, Books Worth, Social Skills, Pictures Books, Great Books, Children Books
Zero is a big round number...she just sees a hole right in her center.She watches the other numbers line up to count: "1, 2. Those numbers have value. That''s why they count," she thinks. Zero is big and round with no corners at all. " but in the end she realizes that she can only be Zero. readers learn about numbers and counting, they are also introduced to accepting different body types, developing social skills and character, and learning what it means to find value in yourself and in others
Zero: Kathryn Otoshi - a wonderful kid's book that uses beautiful visuals to impart important messages about body types, social skills, acceptance.
Zero by Kathryn Otoshi, http://www.amazon.com/dp/097239463X/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_ great book to cover more than one topic...
Zero by Kathryn Otoshi. Most children's books do not have such stark covers.
Zero, by Kathryn Otoshi. "In this sequel to 'One', the author once again proves you can have big discussions with little numbers. This one uses the same techniques as One, this time stressing the importance of being yourself and finding value in who you are. My favorite part of the story is when zero realizes that she's not empty inside, she's just open! It's after she realizes the importance of being open that great things start to happen. That's a great insight for a picture book or any sort of book for that matter. Preschoolers won't get this one. The message isn't quite as clear and straightforward as "One", but they will enjoy the art and the exciting story even if they don't get the meaning behind it. I feel the real audience for this book lies in the first through third grade age ranges. That's where this book will be able to promote some truly meaningful discussions. I applaud the author for once again showing how minimalism and deep meaning can go hand in hand." -amazon reviewer
Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Mark and Sally Learn To Tally!
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Tunstalls Teaching Tidbits: Mark and Sally Learn To Tally!
Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Mark and Sally Learn To Tally! Math Books
children's literature to teach math concepts
10 Math Picture Books worth Reading
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Ten Black Dots [10 BLACK DOTS]. What can be done with Ten Black Dots? Kids use their imagination to create while counting this dots.
Ten Black Dots by Donald Crews. Redesigned and revised! Find it under E CRE or E CRE (Board books)
Children's Books about Counting and Numbers - Buggy and Buddy
counting Kindergarten Celebration: Picture Book Linky Party #2: Math Books
Counting on Frank -- a fun math picture book that's fun for teaching estimating, measuring, etc...
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Teaching Measurement with Children's Books
Counting on Frank -- a fun math picture book that's fun for teaching estimating, measuring, ratios, etc...
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Working with Fractions: David A. Adler, Edward Miller. 513.26 ADL
Working with Fractions by David Adler
Picture Book (1) Fractions are everywhere you look; on the playground, at school, even at birthday parties! When it comes to counting money, playing games, or making sure you get your fair share of the pizza, fractions are there to help you.
Little boy wakes up to everything in life being a math problem. Math themed. (By: Jon Scieszka).
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Math Curse, by Jon Scieszka & Lane Smith. What a great book for kids who like math & science - or who don't like them! Excerpt: The whole morning is one problem after another. There are 24 kids in my class. I just know someone is going to bring in cupcakes to share. We sit in 4 rows with 6 desks in each row. What if Mrs. Fibonacci rearranges the desks to make 6 rows?
Math Curse by Jon Scieszka & Lane Smith; "You know, you can think of almost everything as a math problem."
math mentor text ~ math curse by jon scieszka + lane smith
math fact card game