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    • Linda Nelson

      The Doorbell Rang, by Pat Hutchins. Awesome math book for inroducing fractions as equal shares

    • Nicole Rodda

      a whole website full of read alouds and the videos. I love this review from Necole Penn. it encapsulates the big idea of the text. I love cookies the reason this book had my attention and sharing is the key to recieving more. The Doorbell Rang basically shows children how to share and be patient. Being patient allows time for more great things or more accomondations for friends and youself. Sharing is the key to a classroom and also the key to having positive people, like friends around you. This book is a great learning experience for children to not become selfish but to share their things with others. Giving other oppert...more

    • Amber Thomas

      Freebie worksheet for Fraction of a Set to accompany The Doorbell Rang. Via: iTeach 1:1: Math Mentor Text Linky- Fractions

    • Justine Near

      The Doorbell Rang - YouTube story book. Use pretend or real cookies and divide the cookies between each other (or dolls) like they do in the book. Cute math lesson.

    • Elizabeth Boatwright

      A whole website dedicated to children's books on YouTube.

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