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Reese's Pieces Count By Fives

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Don't just play with your food...learn with it! Using clear text and life-sized pictures of yummy Reese's Pieces, author and educator Jerry Pallotta teaches children how to count by fives.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published May 1st 2000 by Cartwheel
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Pamela
Feb 24, 2016 Pamela rated it it was ok
SUMMARY: This colorful illustrated book uses construction vehicles to count and maneuver candy pieces around to help the reader count from 1 to 10 and then by 5's up to 100. NOTES: I have loved Jerry Pallotta's alphabet books for years. This was the first in the counting books that I have read. I enjoyed learning about the different construction vehicles in the book but I felt that they distracted me from the counting which was the main focus of the book. However, children (especially boys) may ...more
Nashiea Edmiston
This book uses the popular candy, Reese's Pieces, to count from one to ten, then from 10-100 by fives. The theme used is a construction site where various construction vehicles are used, such as a crane, tanker truck, cement mixer, scissor lift, road cutter, and backhoe, to move the candy pieces around. I can see using this book during a math lesson where children are learning to count by fives. The story is a bit lengthy so just be sure you give yourself enough time! The end highlights the numb ...more
Autumn Yoon
Mar 15, 2012 Autumn Yoon rated it really liked it
Shelves: ece-3601, math
Reese's Pieces Count By Fives is a great book that introduces numbers 1-10 and 10-100(by 10s). For younger students, this book would be great for a math lesson that introduces numbers 1-10. This book also introduces counting by 10s. This book would go along perfectly with a math lesson for younger grades. The book engages young learners because it uses candy! A teacher could even do an activity where students use candy to count, just like the book. Great book for grades PreK-1st.
Katie Plumley
Hand out Reese's Pieces to the class (emphasize that they are not to be eaten until after the lesson!), then read this book and have students group their Reese's by fives, tens, twos, twenty-fives, etc. to count the totals that they have. This book gives an opportunity for students to tangibly understand the concept of multiplication and grouping. This could easily springboard into a lesson on division or fractions as well. Great for K-3rd grade~
Sharia A.
Feb 19, 2013 Sharia A. rated it really liked it
Shelves: ece-3601, mathematics
This book is helpful in helping the students memorize their multiplication tables. Reese's Pieces comes in various colors; borwns, orange, red, and yellow. This book would help teachers guide students that need a visual when multiplying. This book would be useful for students that are in 3rd grade.
Katrina Kim
Mar 11, 2013 Katrina Kim rated it really liked it
Shelves: ece-3601, math
* Great way to use fun and yummy manipulatives to learn the skill to count by 5. The only caution I have is the peanut based candy ( perhaps I can substitute it with regular m&m's.)

Students: 1st- 3rd grade

Content:
- Colors
- Counting
- Counting by 5
- Multiplication
Alesha Harris
Nov 20, 2012 Alesha Harris rated it it was amazing
Shelves: math-books
This is a great book to do a math lesson with counting. This book teaches children how to count from numbers 1-10. I would use this book to do a lesson with young children.
Sebin
Nov 11, 2011 Sebin rated it liked it
This book teaches children to count by 5's in a fun way by using Reese's pieces!
Michael D.
Jul 28, 2012 Michael D. rated it really liked it
Great for teaching pre-k and kindergarten students to count by fives.
Tammie
Mar 12, 2013 Tammie rated it really liked it
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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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