Mathematic and Literature Lesson

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    Iam currently a student teacher who was submitted to come up with a lesson plan with a combination of math and literature along with a book to read to the class. Any good ideas or willing to share their plan that had positive outcomes??? This is for grade three.

    Thanks a million!:eek:

    Kristin
     
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    What grade?
     
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    What grade?
     
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    Sorry, Grade three.

    Thanks for your ideas,
    Krisitn
     
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    read How Big is Your Foot? Have them measure and draw their foot and compare to others. And use their foot to measure things in the classroom like books wall. etc. Then measure with regular rulers.
     
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    And the Doorbell Rang, sorry I can't remember the author.
    You can teach division with this book. The adult bakes some cookies, and the kids divide them among themselves. The doorbell rings and it is some friends, so they have to re-divide. This happens several times. You can even bring in the cookies and have the kids do the dividing themselves.
     
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    Doorbell Rang- Pat Hutchins

    Two of Everything- Lily Toy Hong (doubling, multipllying by 2- do problem solving: I put a coin purse in with 12 coins- how many purses came out, how many coins?)

    12 Ways to Get to 11 (Hardcover)
    by Eve Merriam


    100 Hungry Ants by Bonnie MacKain
     
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    How much is a Million by Steven Schwartz
    Alexander who used to be rich last Sunday
    Grandfather Tang's Story by Ann Tompert
    this is a story about Tangrams, not traditional but my third graders love it.
    Good Luck
     
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    Thanks a Million


    I want to thank all to responded so quickly! Now I have to decide what I like best. Iam glad that I found this website, this will make my education better and of course alot easier!

    :) Kristin
     
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