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Let's Read Math: Funbook A by Claire…

Let's Read Math: Funbook A

by Claire Passantino

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Let s Read Math is about combining reading with math. Get children off to a good start with reading and, at the same time, build positive attitudes towards math. The idea is to read a children s book, then do related math activities that are FUN. Funbook A is for primary grades, K-2. There are math activities related to 16 different children s books. The activities cover a wide variety of standards-based math topics. High-gloss covers fold out to reveal two full pages of punchout math manipulatives, and there is an additional double-page of stickers to make learning extra fun for young children. Punchouts and stickers assure that the learning will be active and hands-on. Count and sort cars, use monkeys and frogs in counting rhymes, use squares and triangles to make quilt designs, graph farm animals, make a set of memory cards.

Choose activities that are best suited to the age of your child although minimal writing skills are required, most activities require fine-motor skills for cutting, pasting, coloring, or manipulating the stickers and punchouts. Directions for parents and teachers are on the back of each student page. No separate teacher guide is necessary.

The 16 featured books featured in Funbook A include: Anno s Counting Book, Bear in a Square, Beep Beep Vroom Vroom!, Benny s Pennies, Fiesta con Pizza (by Lawrence Schimel), Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed, Grandpa s Quilt, Hannah s Collections, Inch by Inch, Missing Mittens, The Mitten (by Jan Brett), One is a Snail Ten is a Crab, P. Bear s New Year s Party, Rooster s Off to See the World, Ten Black Dots, and What Comes in 2 s, 3 s and 4 s?. Most books are available through Amazon.com.

Let s Read Math: Funbook A is for children ages 5-8, in primary grades, K-2. With adult guidance, the activities can also be used successfully with 4-year olds. There are other Let s Read Math Funbooks designed for older children: Let s Read Math: Funbook 1 and Let s Read Math: Funbook 2 (for elementary grades K-4), and Let s Read Math: Advanced Funbook 1 (for upper elementary grades.)

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 30 Jul 2015 00:53:50 -0400)

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