Math Books Kids will Love
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Math Books Kids will LoveSpaghetti and Meatballs For All by Marilyn Burns Mr. and Mrs. Comfort are planning a dinner party for a family reunion. Mr. Comfort plans the meal – spaghetti and meatballs – while Mrs. Comfort carefully arranges the table setting. What could go wrong? Addition The Fun Way! by Judy Liataud Learn addition with this fun book, great for visual learners. Multiplying Menace The Revenge Of Rumpelstillskin by Pam Calvert Rumpelstiltskin is back, ready to get his revenge, and causing trouble with his multiplying stick! Can young Peter figure out the stick’s secret in order to save the kingdom? Place Value by David A. Adler A group of monkeys want to make the biggest banana cupcake EVER. In order to keep the numbers straight for everything, correct place value is essential! Equal Shmequal by Virginia Kroll Mouse and her friends are wanting to play tug of war, but they are having a hard time finding out what “equal” means. Fractions In Disguise by Edward Einhorn George Cornelius Factor (GCF, of course.) is on the search for a missing fraction. He suspects Dr. Brok, who enjoys disguising fractions, may be the perpetrator. George creates a Reducer, a tool that reduces fractions and reveals their true form in this silly fractions book. Sir Cumference and the Roundabout Battle by Cindy Neuschwander Set during medieval ages, Sir Cumference and his friends use math to make their lives easier and better. In this book, Sir Cumference and the gang learn about rounding. Ten Sly Piranhas by William Wise In this silly book aimed at early elementary, learn how to count backwards in this piranha filled story!
Math Resources Kids will Love
The Boy Who Loved Math: The Improbable LifeBedtime Math: A Fun Excuse to Stay UpSir Cumference and the Dragon of Pi (AMultiplying Menace: The Revenge of Rumpelstiltskin (A MathSpaghetti And Meatballs For All! (Scholastic Bookshelf: MathThe Action of Subtraction (Math Is Categorical)Math Curse
One of my favorite math picture books is What’s Your Angle, Pythagoras? which explains why we learn about the sides of a triangle. Another is One Grain of Rice which demonstrates the power of compounding. Here are some others I’ve used at home: