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LULU'S LEMONADE (Math Matters by Barbara deRubertis
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Great for liquid measurement. Would be fun to actually make lemonade and figure out ratios and measurements.
A Remainder of One by Elinor J. Pinczes
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Great when talking about division with remainders or arrays. What do you do with that one that's left over? Cute and fun illustrations as well.
Spaghetti and Meatballs for All by Marilyn Burns
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Great for introducing area vs. perimeter. Gives a clear distinction between the two and putting tables together is real for children. The students could talk about their desks and how many seats would be in the class if they put all the tables togeth...more
How Much Is a Million? by David M. Schwartz
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Great for introducing REALLY big numbers. Maybe when talking about place value and how much a million (or billion) really is. Kids will be so enamored with understanding what the number really equates to.
Five Little Ducks by Pamela Paparone
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Good to use for very young children when introducing counting backwards. The book uses very small numbers but a cute way to throw it in and mix up counting.
Tyrannosaurus Math by Michelle Markel
Tyrannosaurus Math
by Michelle Markel (Goodreads Author)
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This would be a GREAT review book to have on any elementary grade shelf. It covers all the bases. Addition, subtraction, skip counting, word problems, and I could go on and on. I probably wouldn't use it to introduce any specific unit but really fun...more
One Grain Of Rice by Demi
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Shows the magic of numbers. Great start to a multiplication unit because her rice doubles each time. You could talk about how we could double numbers beside adding them together. Also a great integration with other cultures.
Pigs Will Be Pigs by Amy Axelrod
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Great for older elementary students who are able to add and subtract money. Would be a good opportunity to bring in take out menus and give the students a "budget" and have them see how much food they could get.
The Greedy Triangle by Marilyn Burns
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Great for talking about shapes in our world and would be fun to go find shapes with our students throughout the day.
The Doorbell Rang by Pat Hutchins
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Good for younger students learning the concept of sharing, but also a great intro to division because kids understand dividing cookies, they see it all the time.
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