All posts tagged math picture books

Week 7: Rising 2nd Grade Summer Math Problems

Rising 2nd Grade Summer Math

More great picture books with math concepts.

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Week 6: Summer Math for Incoming 2nd Grade

2nd Grade Math Review

I found these great tips in the fine print. Enjoy a book about math from these great authors.

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Best Summer Math Supplementation Work Books and More

Best Math Work Books

Yes I am that kind of mom that believes in summer math. Math is a learned skill not a gift of genetics. It’s like a shark; either you are moving forwards or you die. Ok, you don’t actually die but you start to forget and when September rolls around, you’ve gone backwards from where you were in June. Read more…

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My Top 10 Education Posts on Science and Math

Science and Math Ideas to do at Home with Kids

I wanted to post more on science and math this past year, and I am heartened to find that these are popular posts. I will post more on math and science apps in 2012 as well (my New Year’s resolution!). And I will research more books with math concepts. My son’s first grade teacher has a bin that is labeled books with math concepts so I will take a peek there! Read more…

Math Curse, Jon Scieszka Lane Smith, picture book that teaches math,, Pragmatic Mom, PragmaticMom

Fun Picture Book Teaches Math: Math Curse

Fun Math Picture Book for Kids

I saw this book during Curriculum Night at my elementary school in my 3rd grader’s classroom.  I flipped though it and then bought my own copy because Jon Scieszka of Henry P. Baloney is one of my son’s favorite authors (and mine too!) and Lane Smith is a really talented illustrator.  I first noticed Lane’s work on the unfinished script of Dr. Seuss’s last book, Hooray for Diffendoofer Day!, and he did an amazing job of combining Dr. Seuss’s sketches with his own illustrations.  Also, anyone entrusted with Dr. Seuss’s last, unpublished work must have been carefully selected! Read more…