This book is a good way to begin introducing students to division, as well as fractions You could have the children model what is happening in the booThis book is a good way to begin introducing students to division, as well as fractions You could have the children model what is happening in the book as you read it so that they have a hands on experience to learn from as well....more

This is a good book for kindergarten and first grade students to use to practice adding and subtracting skills. It also talks about seasons which is gThis is a good book for kindergarten and first grade students to use to practice adding and subtracting skills. It also talks about seasons which is good for science as well. You could split the class into four groups and assign each group a different season. Each group will then make addition and subtraction problems somehow relating to their given season....more

A fun math book for children of different ages to do for practice with various math skills. After reading the story with your class, you could ask youA fun math book for children of different ages to do for practice with various math skills. After reading the story with your class, you could ask your students to make their own silly, crazy math riddles and after everyone is done they could trade and solved each others....more

This is a fun story that can be used with students in grades one through five. It can help students learn to use nonstandard measurement to measure thThis is a fun story that can be used with students in grades one through five. It can help students learn to use nonstandard measurement to measure things as well as estimate the length or size of different objects. You could do an activity with your students after reading this book by asking him to estimate the link or size of different things around the classroom using a nonstandard form of measurements such as jelly beans or pencil erasers....more

Fun book for students in grades K through two to learn about counting and recognizing money. There're many different activities that you could use aloFun book for students in grades K through two to learn about counting and recognizing money. There're many different activities that you could use along with the story in this book. For example, you could ask your students to go on a money hunt throughout the room just like in the book. You would hide pretend dollar bills and coins in various places throughout the room and ask students to go around and find them. After all the students have found some play money, you would count up your total and share it with the rest of the class....more

This would be a fun book to use with first or second grade students in order to help them better grasp the concept of 1 million. Children often use thThis would be a fun book to use with first or second grade students in order to help them better grasp the concept of 1 million. Children often use the words million trillion billion every day but few actually understand how large those numbers are. This book will help students better grasp the idea by using real world scenarios that are relevant to their lives. A fun activity to use with this book would be to ask children to make their own "million" sentences by saying things that they think equal out to 1 million....more

This would be an excellent book for kindergarten students to use when practicing and learning counting. The book uses a fun rhythm and rhyming schemeThis would be an excellent book for kindergarten students to use when practicing and learning counting. The book uses a fun rhythm and rhyming scheme that in engaging for students. It also uses many undersea animals so it could also be used to facilitate a discussion on undersea organisms....more