This book is wonderful! This lesson could be a great combination lesson! It could be a combined math and science lesson! For me I would teach childrenThis book is wonderful! This lesson could be a great combination lesson! It could be a combined math and science lesson! For me I would teach children how to graph data for math lesson while incorporating science! While they are graphing the data you can give information on tigers and tie it into animal interactions and different breeds of tiger. This could also lead into explaining what breeds are. This book is great for 1-3rd grade! ...more

Cute book to help with the introduction to multiplication. Could use in a lesson on arrays and making arrays! Cute and interesting and gives the childCute book to help with the introduction to multiplication. Could use in a lesson on arrays and making arrays! Cute and interesting and gives the children a hands-on activity! Great for second grade....more

I used this book as the opening to my math literature lesson. The children loved it. It was something they could relate to and the fact that the childI used this book as the opening to my math literature lesson. The children loved it. It was something they could relate to and the fact that the children in the book used objects to measure instead of actual units of measurement fascinated the children. The students had many questions and I asked them questions as well! Would suggest to use on any opener to measurement! Easy to comprehend and the children can follow along....more

This book does a lot of explaining and may be to much for children under third grade. This book discusses expenses, and profits with many different prThis book does a lot of explaining and may be to much for children under third grade. This book discusses expenses, and profits with many different problems... For example profit from a lemonade stand or babysitting and dog-walking! It gives children real life examples!...more

This book helps the children understand the beginnings of estimation and ratios! Children can sometime find this difficult but this book makes it funThis book helps the children understand the beginnings of estimation and ratios! Children can sometime find this difficult but this book makes it fun and easy to understand!...more

I like this book because it doesn't have many words and for a lot of children they can decide what the illustrations represent. More can be said aboutI like this book because it doesn't have many words and for a lot of children they can decide what the illustrations represent. More can be said about the page then is actually said! This can be involved in math as well because you can count the amount of people in the book or multiply the rows and columns for the older children!...more

I like this book for a simple math lesson but that is about as far as it goes. The illustrations are fun and inventive but the book has somewhat simplI like this book for a simple math lesson but that is about as far as it goes. The illustrations are fun and inventive but the book has somewhat simple math and unrealistic examples. It's okay for books to sometimes be unrealistic but when children are mentioning something about it maybe the book is not the right choice! Great for a simple math lesson not so great for older children....more

I absolutely adore this book! There are so many things you could do with this book. I also love that it is an easy way to teach children how to tell tI absolutely adore this book! There are so many things you could do with this book. I also love that it is an easy way to teach children how to tell time but still keeping it interesting. This book could be used in a regular lesson as well as a math lesson!...more

This book helps to teach the concept of money, especially coin value. I remember in my kindergarten placement children were beginning to learn the conThis book helps to teach the concept of money, especially coin value. I remember in my kindergarten placement children were beginning to learn the concept of money and this would have been a great book to help them learn! ...more

I love this book because it teaches children the beginning terms of saving rather than spending. At the beginning of the book Alexander believes he isI love this book because it teaches children the beginning terms of saving rather than spending. At the beginning of the book Alexander believes he is rich because of the money his grandparents give him but in all actuality he is not. Throughout the book he learns the better concept of money....more

I love this book! It will help children stay excited about coming to school and will help them with there numbers, especially counting to 100 hundred.I love this book! It will help children stay excited about coming to school and will help them with there numbers, especially counting to 100 hundred. I believe if there is time before each calendar math you could read this book to children to help them to know what day of school it is and to help them anticipate the 100th day of school. ...more

This book is awesome! What child doesn't like relating m&m's and math all in one! This book help children with addition, subtraction, multiplicatiThis book is awesome! What child doesn't like relating m&m's and math all in one! This book help children with addition, subtraction, multiplication and even the beginning steps to division! Many different problems and situations all to help children learn math through many different activities!...more

12 Ways to Get to 11 could be essential for counting and number sense in pre-k and kindergarten. This book shows many different math facts through sym12 Ways to Get to 11 could be essential for counting and number sense in pre-k and kindergarten. This book shows many different math facts through symbols, numbers, animals etc. This book can lead into many more topics and teaches children combinations of numbers. This also helps with addition and subtraction.

This book could involve sorting in a math lesson. It discusses button which young children can relate to! Perfect for pre-k- 1st grade to teach colorsThis book could involve sorting in a math lesson. It discusses button which young children can relate to! Perfect for pre-k- 1st grade to teach colors, numbers, shapes and sizes!...more

Candy counting is a great book for addition and subtraction skills. This book is drawn towards younger children with an aspiration for learning numberCandy counting is a great book for addition and subtraction skills. This book is drawn towards younger children with an aspiration for learning number skills....more

I actually did this book for one of my observations in kindergarten! I loved it! What I did was read the book to the children and ask them questions tI actually did this book for one of my observations in kindergarten! I loved it! What I did was read the book to the children and ask them questions throughout the book and then I gave each child ten dots after the book and did some adding and subtracting! The children did so well, this book makes it easy for them to relate and understand numbers....more

I absolutely adored this book. Not only is it math related but you count many different things throughout the book. Lots of poems throughout the bookI absolutely adored this book. Not only is it math related but you count many different things throughout the book. Lots of poems throughout the book to break it apart and math problems without even realizing your doing math because its fun!...more

I've have always heard mixed feelings on this book. Some people believe that it is too short or does not have a plot but I love this book! It is helpfI've have always heard mixed feelings on this book. Some people believe that it is too short or does not have a plot but I love this book! It is helpful in teaching children to learn words, sounds and letters while be creative. They can see different types of animals along with counting the number of animals /people brown bear see. I could easily use this in a math lesson to help the children learn to count. It is very relatable in the classroom because it talks about a teacher and students! It would also be a good book on the first day of class!

Many people may not like this book or think it is too simple a book, not really a story. I think this is a great book. My children love it. It is a perfect book for young children who are just starting to learn letters, their sounds, and words. It is also a great book for those children who may not be great readers. When I taught first grade, I had a few students who weren't able to read. Their confindence level was low and we had a really hard time finding good books that they were able to read independently. But this was one of the few books they enjoyed reading on their own. Any book that can make a child feel like they are a successful reader is a great book in my opinion...more

When I read this book for my lesson it wasn't as appealing as originally planned. I felt the book was much longer than need be and children lost interWhen I read this book for my lesson it wasn't as appealing as originally planned. I felt the book was much longer than need be and children lost interest. Although it helped with rhyming and a great math lesson, I would probably never use it in a lesson again. For my lesson I helped with counting numbers. For example, the amount of fish on the page, the number of different colors etc. Although this book maybe more appealing to children older than 6-7 it is not a good choice for kindergartners. ...more

I liked this book. As a teacher I could take this book many different directions in a lesson. As a teacher you could easily make this into a math lessI liked this book. As a teacher I could take this book many different directions in a lesson. As a teacher you could easily make this into a math lesson, reading lesson etc. This could be used as a math lesson because you could count how many times Wemberly is worried.

-Counting numbers -Learning the letter "W" -Life lessons -First day of school (reading it to a child)...more