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 used...moreMath 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. (less)

The Four Seasons is a great book to read to students about the different seasons. It teaches them many factual characteristics about the seasons. This...moreThe Four Seasons is a great book to read to students about the different seasons. It teaches them many factual characteristics about the seasons. This book is also great to talk about the life cycle of different animals and their habitats. It even gives the students some information about plants, vegetables, and fruits. I would use this book for students in 3rd-5th grade.(less)

Changing the Seasons by Henry Pluckrose is a great book to teach young students about the seasons. It gives students factual information about the sea...moreChanging the Seasons by Henry Pluckrose is a great book to teach young students about the seasons. It gives students factual information about the seasons and different characteristics about each season. I would use this book during the Explain portion of a science unit on seasons. This book would be great for students in K-2nd grade. (less)

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 p...moreSharing 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. (less)

The Seasons' of Arnold's Apple Tree by Gail Gibbons is a cute story that talks about a boy and his favorite apple tree and the things he does with the...moreThe Seasons' of Arnold's Apple Tree by Gail Gibbons is a cute story that talks about a boy and his favorite apple tree and the things he does with the apple tree throughout the year. This book will teach young students about the seasons, and the different characteristics of each season. I would use this book in grades K-1st grade.(less)

The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle is a magnificent book on the life cycle of a seed. It teaches students how a seed grows and shows the students steps of th...moreThe Tiny Seed by Eric Carle is a magnificent book on the life cycle of a seed. It teaches students how a seed grows and shows the students steps of the plants growth until it is a full grown plant. The book also touches on the different seasons of the year. I could also use this book to do a science experiemnt where students plant their own seed and watch it grow. Students will be engaged in math during this lesson because they could keep record of the time they observe their plant and also make a bar graph to see how big the plant has gotten. I would use this book for students in 1st-3rd grade.

The Reasons for Seasons by Gail Gibbons is a great book to teach students about the four different seasons. It explains why there are different season...moreThe Reasons for Seasons by Gail Gibbons is a great book to teach students about the four different seasons. It explains why there are different seasons also talks about the concept of the north and south hemispheres and why the weather isn't the same in many parts of the world. This book could be used in the Explain portion of a 5E science unit on seasons. I would use this book in K-3rd grade. (less)