Math for All Seasons by Greg Tang is such an innovative book full of interesting poems that all deal with mathematical concepts. This book can be usedMath for All Seasons by Greg Tang is such an innovative book full of interesting poems that all deal with mathematical concepts. This book can be used to teach children about counting and grouping numbers. It can also be used in a lesson on addition and subtraction. I would also use this book in a science lesson because it also talks about the different seasons in the year. This book could be used with students in grades 1st-2nd. ...more

Sharing the Seasons by Lee Bennett Hopkins is such a marvelous book filled with vivid poetry about each of the different seaosons. The book has many pSharing the Seasons by Lee Bennett Hopkins is such a marvelous book filled with vivid poetry about each of the different seaosons. The book has many poems on each season such as spring, fall, summer, and winter. It also gives the students factual information about the seasons in the poems. I would use this book in the Engage portion of a science lesson on seasons. This book would be great for students in K-3rd grade. ...more

The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Seuss is an all time classic. It's a book that many students will enjoy. I would use this book to teach students a lesson onThe Cat in the Hat by Dr. Seuss is an all time classic. It's a book that many students will enjoy. I would use this book to teach students a lesson on rhyming and have students come up with their own rhymes or poems to go with the story. This book could also be used as a math lesson to teach young students about counting by having the students count the rhyming words they see. I would use this book in grades K-2. ...more

The book, One Hundred Hungry Ants tells the story of ants trying to find ways to group themselves in order to get food to eat faster. This book couldThe book, One Hundred Hungry Ants tells the story of ants trying to find ways to group themselves in order to get food to eat faster. This book could be used in a math lesson on grouping and dividing the "ants" or other manipulatives into groups. This lesson would be used for students in second to third grade. This book also has great forms of rhyming and this could also be used in a lesson teaching students how to rhyme.