Ants on Sullivan Street by Carol A. Losi.
(Beginning Reader). Out of print. Check your library or
used bookstores. ISBN 0590308769. 1st+
99, 100, Ready or Not, Here I Come!
by Teddy Slater. counting, (Beginning Reader), ISBN 0590120093,
Ali Counts His Donkeys by
Van Woerkom, Dorothy. counting. Out of print.
Check your library or used bookstores. ISBN 0763609560.
Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday
by Judith Viorst. Money. PreK-3+
Counting Book. Uses the numbers from
one to twenty to introduce various aspects of the game
of baseball. ISBN PreK-1.
Numbers by Katherine A. Loop. See my review
of famous mathematicians
With Math by
Bill Costello. Using numbers, kids will learn to
draw a variety of cartoon characters. This will interest
LEARNER! K-6th+. ISBN
by Rozanne Lanczak Williams. PreK-2.
by Pat Hutchins. Using cookies and friends dropping
by for a visit, this book explains the concept of division.
Steven And Odd Todd (level 3) (Hello Reader, Math)
by Katherine Cristaldi. Basic number concepts. K+
Greedy Triangle by Marilyn Burns. A fun introduction
to geometry for kids in K-4th. 32 pgs. ISBN 0590489917.
Big is a Foot by Rolf Myller. A delightful
tale of a king who builds a bed for his queen that help
teach children that measurements must be standardized
to work. Fun! K-4. ISBN 0440404959.
Much is a Million?
by David M. Schwartz. 36 pgs, color (K-6)
and a Half
by Elinor Pinczes. An introduction to measurement, told
in rhyme. K-3+
Curse by Jon Scieszka. A fun story that shows
how math relates to everything we do. ISBN 0670861944.
Counting Book. Kids will love learning
to count while eating M&Ms!! PreK-K (Charlesbridge)
are People, Too by Luetta Reimer. 152 pgs.
of Mathematics by E. T. Bell. (7th+)
Is God Silent? by James Nickel.
This should be required reading for all Christian high
school students and their parents! It's not an easy read,
but it is well worth the effort. ISBN 187999822X. (7th+)
Smart Junior published by The Princeton
Review. I recommend reading a chapter each month until
you complete the book. I would start this book after they
have learned their basic facts.
of Truth by Joyce McPherson. Sir Isaac Newton
is a renowned scientist who independently developed Calculus,
wrote a treatise on the properties of light and color,
and worked out the mathematical details of the Law of
Gravity. What is less well known is the depth of his Christian
faith and the amount of writing, speaking, and research
that he put into a defense of the tenets of Biblical theology.
This book gives a complete picture of Isaac Newton. 137
pgs. Gr. 4th+. ISBN 1882514505.
Hundred Hungry Ants by Elinor J. Pinczes.
A cute story about hungry ants that helps children understand
the principles of division. K-4. ISBN
Pigs Will Be Pigs by Amy Axelrod. Picture book about
money with a lesson on counting, adding, and subtracting
money in the back. 1-3. ISBN 0689812191.
Cumference and the First Round Table by Cindy
Neuschwander. A fun-to-read book with colorful illustrations
that explains circumference and pi. ISBN 1570911525. Gr
and Meatballs for All! by Marilyn Burns.
This colorful, fun to read book will help your children
think about area and perimeter. Included is an activity
that will reinforce the lesson learned. Cute! ISBN 0590944592.
Snails to One Lizard
by Susan Hightower. A math lesson (inches, feet, and yards)
in story form. K-2+
Your Angle, Pathagoras? by Julie Ellis. 32
pgs. This is adorable! A fiction story of Pathagoras as
a child and how he discovered the Pathagorean Theorem. A
fun way to help your child understand the Pathagoreum theorem.
color illus. ISBN 1570911975. Gr. 2-6.