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Apple Fractions

by Jerry Pallotta

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This book is a book introducing the concept of fractions through apples. The book begins by explaining about apples and about fractions and then how you would split apples among people to make it fair for each person. This book gives as much information about apples, where they come from, and various other fruits as it does about fractions and the different forms that they can take.
Critique (Genre)- This is a great informational text for students trying to learn their fractions. The information that it gives about apples and the different types and uses is very helpful and also is the underlying theme to learn fractions through. The amount of information on fractions wasn't overwhelming and would be great to wet the appetite for fractions.
Media: Mixed Media (Photography and Pen & Ink)
  KelseyPrentice | Oct 30, 2012 |
Summary: This book uses information on different types of apples as it introduces the concepts of fractions.
Media: Water Color
Genre: Informational ( )
  speedcourtney | Jan 13, 2012 |
Teach fractions to your upper elementary students with this fun book. Invite students to write their own fractions trade book. ( )
  luigiloyola | Nov 29, 2011 |
Tells about how to create fractions with apples and apple pieces. It talks about the different types of apples and shows pictures of them. Introduces the concept in a fun way about fractions.
  laurasmith | Nov 21, 2011 |
This is a great book to teach fractions with. It is a very student friendly apporach to learning how to make fractions. The book uses apples to represent the different types of fractions, as well as, improper fractions. Also, after I read the book, everytime my students ate apples they talked to me about the book.

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  rlhopper | Apr 13, 2010 |
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Thank you to all the kids and teachers at Johnny Appleseed Elementary School in Leominster, Massachusetts. --Jerry Pallotta
This book is dedicated to the men and women who live and work in the "Big Apple," New York City. --Rob Bolster
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0439389011, Paperback)

Best-selling author Jerry Pallotta turns his talents to teaching fractions to kids by using a healthy snack food: apples!

Author Jerry Pallotta and illustrator Rob Bolster use a variety of different apples to teach kids all about fractions in this innovative and enjoyable book. Playful elves demonstrate how to divide apples into halves, thirds, fourths, and more. Young readers will also learn about varieties of apples, including Golden and Red Delicious, Granny Smiths, Cortlands, and even Asian Pears.

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Describes a variety of apples and uses them to introduce fractions.

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