Let's draw a dinosaur. A fun way to introduce shapes to your pre-k class, or reinforce shapes with your Kindergarten class. You could have the studentLet's draw a dinosaur. A fun way to introduce shapes to your pre-k class, or reinforce shapes with your Kindergarten class. You could have the students make their own dinosaur or follow along with you. "2 purple half circles for hands, 4 green rectangles for the legs of your dinosaur"....more
This book would be good for Kindergarten or 1st grade to just to begin to introduce money them. This book is a simple book that teaches children how tThis book would be good for Kindergarten or 1st grade to just to begin to introduce money them. This book is a simple book that teaches children how to count money, but also teaches them that there are several different ways to make a certain amount of money; for example, 10 cents could be made with 1 dime, 2 nickels, 10 pennies, a nickel and 5 pennies, etc....more
Starting at 10 in the den the little mouse keeps telling everyone to, "Roll over!" One by one the animals roll out of the den until just the mouse isStarting at 10 in the den the little mouse keeps telling everyone to, "Roll over!" One by one the animals roll out of the den until just the mouse is left. Great way to review or begin a discusion about counting backwards with your Pre-K or Kindergarten class....more
Starting with ten seed, a pigeon eats one, and now there are nine seeds. Animals keep coming over and eating the seven seedlings, six shoots, 2 buds,Starting with ten seed, a pigeon eats one, and now there are nine seeds. Animals keep coming over and eating the seven seedlings, six shoots, 2 buds, one flower, until we are left with ten seeds from the flower. Good way to introduce subtraction to your younger Kindergaten and First grade studens. This would also give you the opportunity to talk about the plant life cycle....more
A fun book that gives your students math problems in the form of riddles. They must read the riddles and try to figure out the pattern. Would be fun tA fun book that gives your students math problems in the form of riddles. They must read the riddles and try to figure out the pattern. Would be fun to do a few as class for morning meeting. Appropriate for grades 2nd and up....more
Appropriate for first grade and up this book is filled with great math games on each page. The anwsers are on the back. Help your students learn knowlAppropriate for first grade and up this book is filled with great math games on each page. The anwsers are on the back. Help your students learn knowledge of numbers, shapes, patters, counting, grouping by 10' and 5's, addition, subtraction, and fractions....more
Shows math in everyday setting, such as the grocery store. Shows differnent symbols and words. Includes number sentences, equal sign, greater than andShows math in everyday setting, such as the grocery store. Shows differnent symbols and words. Includes number sentences, equal sign, greater than and less then symbol, addition and subtraction,and dollars and cents. Would be great way to introduce math symbols in Kindergarten....more
"Five, six, sift and mix." Piggy is baking a cake. He must measure and sort his ingrediets and decide if he is going to share his cake with his friend"Five, six, sift and mix." Piggy is baking a cake. He must measure and sort his ingrediets and decide if he is going to share his cake with his friends, or eat it all to himself. Has measurements and recipe on back. Woul be fun to do with Pre-K through 1st grade and end the activiy with making the cake....more
A fun book with beautiful illustrations that teaches about different shapes. Uses humor, fun words, and rhyming to teach shapes. Would be great for PrA fun book with beautiful illustrations that teaches about different shapes. Uses humor, fun words, and rhyming to teach shapes. Would be great for Pre-K or Kindergarten. Bright and Colorful....more
Fun addition and rhyming book. "6 yellow buses were parked in a line, 3 pulled behind them and then there was nine." Great for Kindergarten through 1sFun addition and rhyming book. "6 yellow buses were parked in a line, 3 pulled behind them and then there was nine." Great for Kindergarten through 1st grade....more
This is a cute story where a clever inch worm measures animals to keep from being eaten. When the nighting gale asks him to measure his song, he managThis is a cute story where a clever inch worm measures animals to keep from being eaten. When the nighting gale asks him to measure his song, he manages to inch away.I did this lesson using gummy worms as my inch worm and had the students measure things around the room. You can have students estimate how many worms they think an item will be....more
This book is great to help teach your students about area and perimeter. You can have the students follow along with the book and figure out how the pThis book is great to help teach your students about area and perimeter. You can have the students follow along with the book and figure out how the placement of the tables affects how many people can fit. Recommended for 3rd through 5th grade....more
This book is great at teaching real-world applications for multiplication. Have the students follow along with the story and figure out all the multipThis book is great at teaching real-world applications for multiplication. Have the students follow along with the story and figure out all the multiplication problems along the way. They can practice repeated multiplication and how it is much easier to learn the multiplication facts. ...more
This will help your students understand shapes, angles, and sides. You can have your students act out the story using a geoboard or patttern blocks. SThis will help your students understand shapes, angles, and sides. You can have your students act out the story using a geoboard or patttern blocks. Shows how shapes are all around us. I would recommend this book for 1st through 3rd grade....more
Help students understand elapsed time. Appropriate for 3rd through 5th grade. You can have the students follow along while you read the story and figuHelp students understand elapsed time. Appropriate for 3rd through 5th grade. You can have the students follow along while you read the story and figure out what time it is at different parts of the story. How did the pigs run out of time? Problem solving review as well....more
Appropriate for 1st through 3rd grade. Student will learn all about tangrams. Have your students try to make their own tangrams and put them togetherAppropriate for 1st through 3rd grade. Student will learn all about tangrams. Have your students try to make their own tangrams and put them together using models you provide. ...more
Recommended for 1st through 3rd grade. Use along with a geometry lesson on shapes. Can also be used for measurements. Have students create their own cRecommended for 1st through 3rd grade. Use along with a geometry lesson on shapes. Can also be used for measurements. Have students create their own cloaks with different shapes and have them experiment turning shapes into other shapes. ...more
Great book to show how math is used everyday and in real-life situations. Give your students money manipulatives and have them follow along with you wGreat book to show how math is used everyday and in real-life situations. Give your students money manipulatives and have them follow along with you while you read, acting out the story. Teach your students about fair trade and equivalent values. Appropriate for 1st through 3rd grade. ...more
Introduce money to your students with this cute book about two bunnies on a shopping trip. After you read this book you can set up your own mall in yoIntroduce money to your students with this cute book about two bunnies on a shopping trip. After you read this book you can set up your own mall in your classroom. Give your students a certain amount of manipulative money to spend, so they can experience trading their money for goods and practicing counting out money in a fun and interactive way. ...more
This story will amaze your students and get their imagination running. Did you know that an ant can lift 50 times it's own rate. You can use this bookThis story will amaze your students and get their imagination running. Did you know that an ant can lift 50 times it's own rate. You can use this book to talk about ratios, proportions, and estimation. Recommended for 2nd through 4th grade. ...more
A story about a girl who sees everything as a math problem. Would be a great way to show kids how math is all around us and how it relates to the worlA story about a girl who sees everything as a math problem. Would be a great way to show kids how math is all around us and how it relates to the world. I recommend this for grades 4th through 5th. Could also use this book as a time fillar. Read a page and solve the problem during transitions times....more
Teaches students why standard measurements are so important. Helps students understand measurement and you can also talk about area and perimeter. I wTeaches students why standard measurements are so important. Helps students understand measurement and you can also talk about area and perimeter. I would recommend this book for 1st through 3rd grade. ...more
Fraction, divison, equal sharing.. there are just so many lessons and concepts you can teach with this story. I would recommend this book for 3rd throFraction, divison, equal sharing.. there are just so many lessons and concepts you can teach with this story. I would recommend this book for 3rd through 5th. ...more