What are your favorite books to read during math?

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  1. Lanie

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    I am in the process of applying for a math grant and I want to purchase additional books to go along with the objectives I'm teaching in math. What are your favorite books for any of the following categories?

    Graphing
    Position Words (under/over, above/below, etc.)
    Patterns
    Ordinals
    Number Concepts/Counting
    Measurement
    Shapes
    Colors
    Time
    Addition
    Subtraction
    Half/Whole
    Symmetry

    Thanks in advance!
     
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  3. KinderCowgirl

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    I like the Greedy Triangle by Marilyn Burns.
    Measurement-How Big is a Foot.
     
  4. Lanie

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    Thanks, KinderCowgirl! I recently went to a math workshop where the presenter showed us the most fun activity to do while reading the Greedy Triangle. :) I had never heard it before.
     
  5. starbucks

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    The "Little Quack" books by Lauren Thompson are great for addition and subtraction. There are several in the series and I can't think of the exact titles, but the kids love them all.
     

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