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Round Up of Great Links From Some Inspirational Blogs!

Best Blogs for Moms and Mommy Bloggers

These are some links that inspire me this week. Posts that I wish I had written or thought up. Reminders to edit a little tighter and to make learning more fun. Read more…

Best Non-Fiction Animal Picture Books That Teach Math

Non-Fiction Picture Books with Math Concepts

My 2nd grader bought these books home from her school library yesterday and I pounced on them. Apparently, there were three available, but she was only able to check out two. These books combine a really interesting, behind-the-scenes-at-the-zoo, rescue story about a zoo animal baby and marries it with a mathematical concept. These books are perfect for grades 2-5. Read more…

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Best Picture Books That Teach Math Concepts

Great Picture Books with Math Concepts

My oldest child is a visual learner so combining picture books with math concepts was a great way for her to get an intuitive feel for math. Here’s some books we’ve enjoyed for both the math and the picture book.

Here are two more math books that use drawing to teach math, a fun concept! Read more…

Math Curse, Jon Scieszka Lane Smith, picture book that teaches math, http://PragmaticMom.com, 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 Seuss’s last, unpublished work must have been carefully selected!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…