Math Literature

Collection by Faith Schwope


Literature that helps teach math concepts.

Faith Schwope
15 growth mindset books and videos for the classroom to teach kids to have a growth mindset rather than a fixed mindset. Teachers can use these growth mindset books and videos during social-emotional learning lessons and activities with kids. Genius Hour, Inquiry Based Learning, Project Based Learning, Learning Process, Student Learning, The Most Magnificent Thing, Mentor Texts, Writer Workshop, Children's Literature

Book Review: The Most Magnificent Thing

From the Book Jacket: Award-winning author and illustrator Ashley Spires has created a charming picture book about an unnamed girl and her very best friend, who happens to be a dog. The girl has a wonderful idea. "She is going to make the most MAGNIFICENT thing! She knows just how it will look. She knows just how it will work. All she has to do is make it, and she makes things all the time. Easy-peasy!" But making her magnificent thing is anything but easy, and the girl tries and fails…

Teaching Graphs -- Best Children's Books about Graphing Tally Cat Keeps Track -- a clever children's book for teaching tallying (data collection/graphing) in Gr. Graphs -- Best Children's Books about Graphing Tally Cat Keeps Track -- Math Literature, Math Books, Reading Books, Math Classroom, Kindergarten Math, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Resources, Future Classroom, Learning Resources

Teaching Graphs -- Best Children's Books about Graphing (K-Gr.4)

Teaching graphs with children's books can be a lot of fun! This page lists some of the best books -- all picked by teachers

Back to school lesson :) Math Attack! - a good book for discussing math anxiety and what to do about it. Math Literature, Math Books, Children's Books, Library Books, Library Ideas, Teaching Multiplication, Teaching Math, Teaching Ideas, Maths

Math Attack!

Math Attack! [Horton, Joan, Brooker, Kyrsten] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Math Attack!

‘Mr Archimedes’ Bath’, by Pamela Allen. Picture book and a playful introduction to science for toddlers. Where is all the water in Mr Archimedes’ bath coming from? He and his friends are experimenting around until they find out… 4th Grade Science, 4th Grade Math, Teaching Science, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Primary Science, Science Lessons, Teaching Tools, Science Experiments

Mr Archimedes' bath by Pamela Allen

Grab a bucket, grab a ruler, fill your bucket with water to about half way. Measure the depth of the water carefully and write down the number. Now add something heavy to your bucket like a brick or a toy truck. What will happen to the water? Why did this happen? Who is to blame? This simple science principal of displacement is at the heart of Mr Archimedes bath but you do not need to know this. It is just good fun to watch Mr Archimedes as he struggles to discover who is causing the water…

Fun and FREE lesson to teach Area & Perimeter using literature! Plus, the anchor chart that works best when teaching this skill in upper elementary! Math Strategies, Math Resources, Math Activities, Math Charts, Math Anchor Charts, Addition Anchor Charts, Math Literature, Math Books, Maths Area

Anchor Charts - Teaching with a Mountain View

Anchor Charts Over the years, I have created dozens of anchor charts in my classroom. I am a huge proponent of creating anchor charts with my students, and I strongly believe that the perfect anchor chart isn't always pretty. The posts below feature many of my anchor charts. Featured Products Literal Vs. Inferential Comprehension Task ... Read more

I find that using books about math helps to break down the barrier that some kids have with the idea of math. Here are 10 of the best math books for kids. Math Literacy, Guided Math, Math Classroom, Kindergarten Math, Fun Math, Teaching Math, Math Activities, Numeracy, Teaching Ideas

My Even Day (Arbordale Collection)

My Even Day (Arbordale Collection) [Doris Fisher, Dani Sneed, Karen Lee] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. My Even Day (Arbordale Collection)

dot day art projects A Million Dots. For International Dot Day! Math Literature, Math Books, Children's Books, Grade Books, Story Books, Reading Books, Teaching Place Values, Teaching Math, Teaching Ideas

Place Value Must Read Mentor Text

Yay for math mentor texts!! I love reading books in math! I could probably wait and share these books when school starts next year, but then again, I can just share them again when that rolls around, too! ;O) I have a hard time picking just one book each Sunday. So, I'll share two that I really love to use to introduce place value and to do an informal assessment as to where my students are in their number sense and understanding of writing and reading numbers. In fourth grade, they need to…

Free-Students practice their fractions with the duck pictures!Copy the duckling page on different colors of paper, or have them color in the colors th. Fraction Activities, Math Resources, Math Games, Learning Activities, Teaching Fractions, Math Fractions, Teaching Math, Math Literature, Professor

Duckling Fractions

Students practice their fractions with the duck pictures! Copy the duckling page on different colors of paper, or have them color in the colors they want. I copied the Mother Duck onto white so they could color her and the umbrella what they wanted. Then have them draw a scene and write about their ...

math: skip counting-- I want to check this out and all his other books about counting by and I love Math children's literature! Math Classroom, Kindergarten Math, Teaching Math, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Ideas, Math Literature, Math Books, Class Books, Children's Books

Layers of Learning Sample Lessons: try family style homeschooling

Great book to use when teaching skip counting.

By Wayne Geehan, Cindy Creator Neuschwander. WAYNE GEEHAN has illustrated the Sir Cumference series, as well as Cut Down to Size at High Noon: A Math Adventure. Sir Cumference and the Dragon of Pi. Math Teacher, Math Classroom, Teaching Math, Classroom Ideas, Math Literature, Math Books, Kid Books, Homeschool Math, Homeschooling

Monday Math Literature Volume 1

Tweet Hi All! I will be starting a regular feature on my blog every Monday for the next few months. I will be featuring math literature books! It will be a great way to share with all of you some of my favorite books that I use when teaching math concepts. I love including a picture book in a math lesson and kids love it too! I am linking up with Collaboration Cuties for their math mentor text linky This week I am featuring my favorite book that I share with my sixth grade students... Sir…

The Elementary Math Maniac: Monday Math Literature: Fun with Balloons and Counting - skip counting Math Literacy, Preschool Math, Math Classroom, Fun Math, Teaching Math, Creative Teaching, Numeracy, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Ideas

Monday Math Literature: Fun with Balloons and Counting

An amazing picture books for kids! Great for working on counting by 1's, 2's,5's and 10's! Also excellent for subtracting double digit numbers! A must have for grades 1-3!