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Teddy Bear Counting (McGrath Math) by…

Teddy Bear Counting (McGrath Math)

by Barbara Barbieri McGrath

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This book was so cute. My kids loved that the bears look like gummy bears. They loved being able to name the different colors and counting the bears. We also did a gummy bear activity with them letting the students count to ten. ( )
  umorgan | Dec 1, 2017 |
Summary: A fun way to teach math and grouping. Teddy bears count up to 12, then they separate into different scenarios of grouping to represent multiplication facts.
Criteria: Critique of Genre: fantasy- Teddy bears don't count or walk around. But a fun way to learn number usage.
Age: primary, intermediate
Media: hand drawn in Adobe Photoshop ( )
  hwestin | Apr 20, 2017 |
A fantastically cute book on adding, subtracting, and simple multiplication that I would recommend to any young child. This book made me hungry for gummy bears so be weary of that though. As for as small numbers go though, this is my favorite math concept book. Showing of gummy bears joining together and showing different ways they can be grouped to make twelve. ( )
  jkessluk | Oct 14, 2010 |
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Teddy bears introduce numbers from one to twelve, as well as colors and shapes.

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