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Same Old Horse (MathStart Level 2)

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Stuart J. Murphy travels all over the UnitedStates talking to thousands of kids. And you'll never believe what they talk about: MATH! Stuart shows kids that they use math every day -- to share a pizza, spend their allowance, even sort socks. Stuart writes funny stories about math -- and if you read his books, you'll start to see the fun in math, too.

Same Old Horse

Hankie wa
Paperback, 40 pages
Published August 23rd 2005 by HarperCollins
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Some of the horses on the farm are saying that Hankie the horse is boring and predictable. Can he prove them wrong by being unpredictable?
In this story, students are introduced to making predictions. Some of the examples include making predictions for time and patterns. This book can be used in kindergarten of first grade.
Katrina Kim
Skills introduced : Prediction skills, use of context clues

Same old horse is a story that introduces the skill of predicting. This book is greatly suited for those in the 1st- 2nd grade.
Just like any subject or area in life it is essential to learn the value of predictions.
There are many concepts that can be introduced through the reading of this book: sorting, patterns, predictions, time, and friendship. I really liked the activities provided that go along with the book.
Grades K - 5

Science Observations - Math - How we use Math everyday. LA - Predictions
What a fun way to learn about logical predictions.
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I See I Learn

I was one of those kids who talked all the time in class. I loved telling stories. One day in the 4th Grade, my teacher said, “You tell such good stories, maybe you should try writing some of them down.” “Wow,” I thought. “She thinks my stories are good.” That’s when I started to real
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