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Hershey's Kisses: Multiplication and Division (Jerry Pallotta Math Books)

3.5  ·  Rating Details ·  24 Ratings  ·  12 Reviews
Each page is an simple illustration of the multiplication or division problem using different color Hershey's kisses. The last page is the standard 1 - 10 multiplication table using the different color kisses. NO CANDY NEEDS TO BE CONSUMED! This is a great, easy visual learning experience.
Unknown Binding, 30 pages
Published January 1st 2003 by Scholastic Inc.
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NebraskaIcebergs
Nov 06, 2015 NebraskaIcebergs rated it it was amazing
Back in my days of teaching math, The Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Multiplication Book had long been part of my classes. Right inside this picture book is a scrawled note: “Your teacher is not in school today. Please report to the art room for math class.” When the actual text begins, students are advised to count the sections of the bar but then told there’s an easier way to find the total: multiplication! Pallotta has young people drawing candy bars, sculpting candy bars, creating candy bars out o ...more
Gordon Pennington
Oct 03, 2011 Gordon Pennington rated it it was ok
Shelves: concept-book
Hershey's Kisses: Multiplication and Division is a concept book that shows children (or anyone learning math, really) how to multiply and divide. It uses Hershey's kisses as the props used to help do the math. Overall this book served its purpose: it helps give a better concept of why one multiplies or divides and how. The pictures in the book are easy to look at and the illustrator does a good job of giving a visual look at the numbers. I will say that on an empty stomach this book is a little ...more
Ramanda Flannery
Oct 04, 2011 Ramanda Flannery rated it it was amazing
This book is about doing multiplication and division using hershey kisses candy to simplify mathmatical problems.
This is a great book for teaching kids how to multiply and divide using fun visual aides. My four year old didn't really get the concept, but he really liked all the pictures of candy.
Katie Curry
Oct 03, 2011 Katie Curry rated it it was ok
Shelves: concept-book
This book is about using multiplication and division to simplify strenuous addition problems through the use of Hershey's kisses candy.
I would use this book in my classroom to simplify mathematical problems with my students.
Becca Dunlap
Oct 04, 2011 Becca Dunlap rated it really liked it
Shelves: concept-books
Multiplication and Division are made fun in this interactive Hershey's Kiss book. Wonderful idea for a lesson espically if your school is allowed to bring some real Kisses in, if not cut outs could work too!
Rose
Oct 12, 2011 Rose rated it it was ok
Shelves: picture-book, concept
This is a concept book that helps teach multiplication and division using Hershey kisses. It is a fun way for the kids to become interactive with learning math.
Shelbi Bishop
Nov 27, 2011 Shelbi Bishop rated it really liked it
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This book shows a new way for students to understand multiplication and division. You could use Hershey Kisses as manipulitives while reading that way the students could enjoy them afterward.
Stephanie Allen
This book uses Hershey's Kisses to teach children about multiplication and division. This allows children to think about something tangible when trying to understand these concepts.
Callie Risse
Oct 09, 2011 Callie Risse rated it really liked it
There is no better way to get students excited by math than to teach it using candy. This book uses illustrations and hershey's kisses to teach the concepts of multiplication and division.
Ashley Fortson
Oct 09, 2011 Ashley Fortson rated it liked it
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This book would be great in the classroom when learning multiplication and division. You can even give the kids chocolate and have them do math with it before you let them eat it.
Michael D.
This book is good for introducing young students to multiplication and division. It gives way to creative and innovative approaches to teaching these basic mathematical concepts.
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A book on how to multiply and divide by using Hershey's kisses. A great book for visual learners!
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My full name is Gerard Larry Pallotta but my mom always called me "Jerry". I was born on March 26, 1953 in Boston, Massachusetts. My mom's name is Mary, and she came from a family of ten children. My dad's name is Joe, and he came from a family of five children. My grandparents were immigrants of Italian descent. I have the nicest parents in the world. They have always been unselfish and ready to ...more
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