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  • Shirley Saryee

    Everyday life can be turned into a math problem! Great Read! By Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith

  • R. L.

    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?

  • Kristen Dahlhofer

    math mentor text ~ math curse by jon scieszka + lane smith

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