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# More M&M's Brand Chocolate Candies Math

Millions of children learned to count with The "M&M's"(r) Brand Chocolate Candies Counting Book, and now there's another fun-filled book that takes math skills to the next level. Topics covered include estimation, simple graphing, factoring, multiplication, problem solving, division, and simple fractions. The instructive text and colorful illustrations will appeal to y
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Hardcover, 32 pages

Published
September 1st 1998
by Charlesbridge Publishing
(first published January 1st 1998)

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I would use this book by having the class do exactly what the book says. Instead of using the numbers in the book, I would ...more

Sep 22, 2014
Kirsten Blau
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Who wouldn't love this book? When reading about math and chocolate in the same book math becomes ten times more appealing. I remember whenever chocolate was involved in math class I tended to pay more attention so I would be able to eat them afterwards. I think using M&M's as a tool to help students understand math can be fun and enjoyable.

Jan 19, 2012
Neionie Pulido
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Using a teacher lens to review this book I found some great ideas for math activites. I like them because they are fun hands on activites. They include texts to add divide subtract, multiply and graph m&ms. The book uses child friendly language and also it can include the ability to eat some right in the lesson. I would love to use this as a springboards for a math activity in my future classroom

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Jun 22, 2012
Audrey
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This book can be used to teach multiple grades different math topics, including graphing, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and ordinal numbers. The added fun of using M&M's as your manipulative is just icing on the cake for your students!

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