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How Much Is That Guinea Pig in the Window? (Hello Math Reader. Level 4) (edition 1995)

by Joanne Rocklin

Series: Hello Math Reader (Level 4)

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Mr. Day's fourth-grade class has a contest, recycling bottles and cans so that they will have enough money to buy a guinea pig.
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Title:How Much Is That Guinea Pig in the Window? (Hello Math Reader. Level 4)
Authors:Joanne Rocklin
Info:Scholastic (1995), Paperback, 1 pages
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How Much is That Guinea Pig in the Window? by Joanne Rocklin

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Voting on a guinea pig as a prospective class pet, the students of Mr. Day's class calculate how much recycling they will have to do in order to afford one.
  wichitafriendsschool | Jul 3, 2016 |
The book "How Much Is That Guinea Pig in the Window" is a story about a class of students that are working to raise money for a class pet. It is a very interesting way to talk about and encourage the use of math by using a story that could actually happen. This story is one that is relatable for children because it is about a group of students in a classroom setting. Not only is the story interesting but, it incorporates math. A child could be reading this book and not realize that they are doing math at the same time. Since math is a tough subject, this is a great technique to encourage math skills. This book also provided a lot of pictures which can help a child to see the numbers being talked about to help them follow along with the story. This story could actually happen which makes this a realistic fiction. This is book that I would recommend in a math class. ( )
  abenne6 | Sep 17, 2014 |
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