by Marc Harshman
On each page, a group is contrasted with a single object:
There may be a million stars, but only one ski.
Activity: creating pages for class book of groups and single
by Bruce Goldstone
Rhymes and illustration suggest different ways to invite
10 friends to tea.
Activity: writing number sentences to show combinations that
by Lily Toy Hong
Chinese folktale about a magic doubling
Activity: exploring doubles
||Pigs Will Be Pigs
by Amy Axelrod
The Pig family searches for enough money to feed the
Activity: practice with value of money and adding money
Hundred Hungry Ants
by Elinor J. Pinczes
Rhyming book about 100 ants marching in various arrays.
Activity: experience with multiplication and division
||One Duck Stuck
by Phyllis Root
Counting book from 1-10.
Activity: How many animals came to help the duck?
||P. Bear’s New Year’s Party
by Paul Owen Lewis
Guests arrive on the hour by groups.
Activity: How many guests?
by Mem Fox
An old lady is awakened by guests arriving for a surprise
Activity: How many guests? What year was she born?
||The Greedy Triangle
by Marilyn Burns
A triangle wants one more side and angle, and then one
Activity: exploring geometric shapes
by Tony Ross
Centipede buys 100 shoes and then decides to sell them.
Activity: verifying that Centipede really did sell all 100
Cloak for the Dreamer
by Aileen Friedman
A tailor and his sons use geometric
shapes to fashion cloaks.
Activity: using various geometric shapes
to draw cloak patterns