If you're teaching addition to your children, check out these creative, educational picture books that make learning addition so much fun! These books make learning addition so fun that your kids might completely miss the fact that they're actually learning addition. And really, aren't those the scenarios when learning really sticks.
Plus, funny and clever math picture books helps ensure
lessons are well differentiated! Memorizing addition facts is
the easy part of teaching addition. What is often more difficult for children is
formulating the math problem from a real world scenario and/or
seeing how addition is used in everyday life. That's where addition
children's books really come in handy. Each of the books below provide engaging ways to introduce story problems and real world
into your addition lessons.
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We haven't yet had a chance to write review pages for these addition children's books, but we wanted to let you know about them since they look cute and all teach different aspects of early addition (ie: A Fair Bear Share teaches addition in sets of 10, Jack the Builder teaches counting on, and Ready, Set, Hop teaches counting on).
Several of these books are part of the MathStart series. Until we get a chance to review them, you can find out more information by visiting the MathStart website.
Teachers can use these books to
a fun, literacy
component to their addition lessons and parents can read these books
with their kids to help reinforce
what's taught in the
classroom. The majority of our books are geared to early
addition lessons. We'd like to
find children's books with more advanced addition. Let us know if you know of any!
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