Math - K-6 - Counting (Numbers)

Based on Alberta Education's math curriculum for primarily grades 1 and 2. Topics include counting up to 100, sequencing numbers, grouping numbers, 100th day celebrations, and zero. See also Math - K-6 - Number sense
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Funny and clever children's books are perfect for teaching numbers. This page…

This page lists funny and clever children's books that are perfect for teaching numbers. This page lists the very best of the genre.

Twelve poems touch on different math skills and concepts including symmetry, patterns, shapes, skip-counting, and money. The collection is a bit of a mixed bag: catchy, onomatopoeic "Patterns Rock!" is a perfect springboard to a pattern lesson, but bumpy "A Treas-ARRH Rap" lacks a clear-cut answer for the guess-and-measure question it poses. (from Horn Book)

Finished January 31 Hungry for Math: Poems to Munch On by Kari-Lynn Winters + Lori Sherritt-Fleming + Peggy Collins This collection of.

A counting book that leads readers through the day in the life of construction workers building with bricks.

Billions Of Bricks (Book) : Cyrus, Kurt : A counting book that leads readers through the day in the life of a construction worker building with bricks.

ntroduces counting and number systems by showing mathematical relationships in…

Anno's Counting Book: Mitsumasa Anno beautiful illustrations, lots to count and discuss. Love Anno's journey books too.

When Steward Edmund Rounds and Sir Cumference notice that there are strangers camped nearby, Rounds II decides to investigate despite being involved with the task of learning how to make accurate counts of the castle's stores of food, supplies, and weaponry. When he reports back that an enemy is lying in wait, everyone moves quickly to defend the castle. But wait! Will Rounds II be able to figure out how many bows and arrows they have to create an appropriate battle plan?

Sir Cumference may stress out about marauding invaders, but he's got the math thing down. The latest in the Sir Cumference series of math adventures. Don't go to math class without him!

Ten hungry mice set out on a mission to find some food, facing hazards and dangers along the way.

Ten hungry mice set out on a mission to find some food, facing hazards and dangers along the way.

From zero to twenty, a house becomes filled with frolicking cats, who then leave alone or in groups.

- This book includes counting, addition, subtraction, and equal groups. 7 cats are laying in the sun. 2 of the cats chase a butterfly. How many cats are left laying in the sun?

FICTION:Pete the cat loves the buttons on his shirt so much that he makes up a song…

Pete the Cat is wearing his favorite shirt—the one with the four totally groovy buttons. But when one falls off, does Pete cry? Goodness, no! He just keeps on singing his song—after all, what could be groovier than three groovy buttons?

A counting book featuring animals with different numbers of feet. Listed on website: Teaching Numbers with Children's Books -- Best Books for Kids Learning to Count

We loove teaching with these great books on math for kids. It's a lot of fun –and-- a great too for aiding comprehension with visual and verbal learners. This page lists the best math books for kids.

A counting book of Arctic animals.

Counting on Snow written and illustrated by Maxwell Newhouse. A gorgeous exploration of the isolation and the beauty of northern winter, Maxwell Newhouse has created a deceptively simple picture book that can be enjoyed by all ages.

A counting book that shows the numbers one to ten in English, French and Cree.

Discovering Numbers by Neepin Auger: A tri-lingual counting book in English, French, and Cree.

On each two-page spread, discover counting and creatures, and learn who's predator and who's prey. Witness five Arctic foxes hunting six furry siksiks. Then watch seven fishermen catch eight Arctic char. Numbers explored include 1 to 10, 20, 100 and even 1,000,000 (millions of berries ripen in the fall).

On each two-page spread, discover counting and creatures, and learn who's predator and who's prey. Witness five Arctic foxes hunting six furry siksiks. Then watch seven fishermen catch eight Arctic char. Numbers explored include 1 to 10, 20, 100 and even 1,000,000 (millions of berries ripen in the fall).

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