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The Grizzly Gazette (MathStart 3) by Stuart…

The Grizzly Gazette (MathStart 3)

by Stuart J. Murphy

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This is a great example of realistic fiction. The story centers around a group of kids at a summer camp which most kids have experienced or want to experience in the future, so they can relate to the story. The characters are just like normal kids, and everything that happens to them is believable. Kids can learn that this story didn't really take place, but could have. ( )
  Leah08 | Jan 30, 2011 |
The Grizzly Gazette is a great book for teaching graphing. The book is all about graphs and gives examples of graphs throughout the books. The book also has wonderful pictures so students can really see what graph they are talking about and it also gives them a great visual. I think this is a great math read aloud and lesson to do for students 3rd and 4th grade.

website-www.stuartjmurphy.com- This is another great website.The site is full of information,activities, and games. This would be a great website to use in yur classroom because there are great activities and games that goes along with his books. Check it out, you are sure to enjoy!!!
  Aecape | Mar 9, 2010 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0060000260, Paperback)

It's the last week of Camp Grizzly, and the campers are preparing to elect a mascot. Each day the Grizzly Gazette takes a poll to see who has the biggest percentage of the vote so far. Is it Sophie? Is it Daniel? Or could it be Corey, the new entry in the race?

Corey's determined to do her best. But she's got to make up for lost time. Can she win out over Daniel and Sophie? No one will know for sure until the last vote is counted!

A lively story about summer camp fun will help young readers understand both percentage and voting!

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At camp Grizzly, three campers are running to be elected camp mascot, encouraging readers to learn the mathematical principal of percentages.

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