This fun story about pigs searching for money. The book tells exactly how many coins and dollars they found so you could ask your students questions a...moreThis fun story about pigs searching for money. The book tells exactly how many coins and dollars they found so you could ask your students questions about how much money they found overall. Great for teaching about the worth of coins and dollars!(less)

Cute way to teach children about counting. This book is very repetitive with some rhyming schemes as well. Children can also use prediction skills to...moreCute way to teach children about counting. This book is very repetitive with some rhyming schemes as well. Children can also use prediction skills to try to figure out how the ducks will get unstuck.(less)

Alexander spends his dollar in one day on multiple things. The character introduces coins and dollars and ways to spend them. He shows the worth of a...moreAlexander spends his dollar in one day on multiple things. The character introduces coins and dollars and ways to spend them. He shows the worth of a dollar by showing that money goes fast and it is hard to earn a dollar! (less)

Great geometry lesson! The triangle shows the shapes he could turn into if he added another side! The book has pictures that are made up of all shapes...moreGreat geometry lesson! The triangle shows the shapes he could turn into if he added another side! The book has pictures that are made up of all shapes so children can make that connection. My favorite math book by far!(less)

Rhyming, counting, repetition...this math book has it all! A funny story about hungry piranhas eating each other will make the students laugh as they...moreRhyming, counting, repetition...this math book has it all! A funny story about hungry piranhas eating each other will make the students laugh as they learn about math. They can also make predictions about what will happen to the next piranha!(less)

Wow! There are many ways you could use this book in the classroom. It is a rhyming book about a boy who imagines things his mom could do with 3+ arms!...moreWow! There are many ways you could use this book in the classroom. It is a rhyming book about a boy who imagines things his mom could do with 3+ arms! It would be great to show kids an example of what they can do they use their imagination! It also uses counting because with every page the mom has one more arm. Also, this book is just funny! The kids would love it!(less)

I love this book! It rhymes and demonstrates counting by twos with the number of cats dancing. The book also asks the question, "How many cats will da...moreI love this book! It rhymes and demonstrates counting by twos with the number of cats dancing. The book also asks the question, "How many cats will dance tonight?", after each dance number so that children can predict what will happen next. However, if they notice the pattern, they will know that they are counting by twos! (less)