

Math and Literature, Grades 23
Marilyn Burns
0941355675
January 2004
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Book Description
This book presents 10 complete lessons for primary students based on children's books, plus ideas for using 21 additional books. The children's books include: Two Ways to Count to Ten, 17 Kings and 42 Elephants, and How Big Is a Foot?
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Dr. Math Gets You Ready for Algebra: Learning PreAlgebra Is Easy! Just Ask Dr. Math!
Jessica WolkStanley (Illustrator)
0471225568
August 2003
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Review
Dr. Math Gets You Ready for Algebra is a compilation of actual letters from students who were having difficulties with some of the basic mathematics concepts that are used as a basis for algebra. The questions are answered in detail by math doctors from the Math Forum's "Ask Dr. Math" service. The content of the book is aimed at students in prealgebra or firstyear algebra. The book is well organized; its five sections include fundamental operations, integers, concepts of real numbers, equations with variables, and word problems and reallife situations. The questionandanswer format is excellent, and the explanations are easily read and understood. Also, Web resources for further exploration of concepts are included at the end of each section. I shared this book with a colleague who teaches prealgebra. She... 



Algebra Unplugged
Kenn Amdahl
0962781576
December 1995
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The Phi Delta Kappan, Feb 1998
It's a remarkable little book by Kenn Amdahl, a poet and former mathphobe and Jim Loats, a math professor. Be advised that Algebra Unplugged does not take the approach that your high school math teacher and textbook took. It certainly answers some basic questions differently. Amdahl and Loats cover pretty much all the topics of firstyear algebra and a great deal of earlier math that many kids don't really have a grip on. And they do it all in just 258 pages of remarkably readable and often hilarious text. Both of my daughters read the book. One, a true mathphobe probably managed to pass algebra in ninth grade as much because of this little book as because of her teacher. My other daughter profited as well, though she's a math lover. Bruce M. Smith, managing editor.
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Math and Literature, Grades K1
Marilyn Burns
0941355667
January 2004
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Elementary Differential Equations
William E. E. Boyce
047143339X
April 2004
Textbook Hardcover
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Book Description
This revision of Boyce & DiPrima's text maintains its classic strengths: a contemporary approach with flexible chapter construction, clear exposition, and outstanding problems. Like previous editions, this revision is written from the viewpoint of the applied mathematician, focusing both on the theory and the practical applications of Differential Equations as they apply to engineering and the sciences. A perennial best seller designed for engineers and scientists who need to use Elementary Differential Equations in their work and studies. The CDROM includes: The awardwinning ODE Architect software. The software's 14 modules enable you to build and solve your own ODEs, and to use simulations and multimedia to develop detailed mathematical models and concepts in a truly... 



Creating Meaning Through Literature and the Arts: An Integration Resource for Classroom Teachers
Claudia E. Cornett
0130977772
July 2002
Textbook Paperback
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Book Description
Drama, dance, music, art, literature—all exciting tools for the K6 classroom. But how do you make the most of them? By using the numerous handson activities and ideas in this popular, practical book. Here are dozens of daily routine ideas, integrated unit ideas, and adaptable classroom structures that set forth solid, dependable “how to's” for using the arts throughout the curriculum—in social studies and science, in reading and language arts, even in math. Only in this book will you find such a clear, straightforward summary of these five art forms. And only in this book will you find a clearly presented argument for integrating at least one art form into every lesson in every area—every day. Targeted topics include assessment, classroom management/discipline and... 



Janice VanCleave's Teaching the Fun of Math
Janice VanCleave
047133104X
February 2005
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Book Description
Make Learning Math Fun With This Handson Resource from Everyone’s Favorite math and Science Teacher! Now you can help students develop their math skills while fostering a longterm love for mathematical exploration. In Janice VanCleave’s Teaching the Fun of Math, the awardwinning teacher and popular children’s author gives you a wealth of teaching techniques for elementary and middle school math lessons that make learning fun. By engaging students in these handson mathematical activities and investigations, you’ll help them understand basic concepts, apply their mathematical thinking skills, and become independent math investigators. Covering a wide range of math topics—from numbers and operations, algebra, and measurements to geometry, data analysis,... 



How Smart Are You : The Big Book of IQ Tests
Norman Sullivan
1579120229
January 1998
Other Format
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Book Description
Anyone can find out how smart they are by taking the most popular quizzes from BD&L's selftesting IQ series now collected in one big spiralbound volume.




Math and Literature, Grades 46 Second Edition
Rusty Bresser
0941355683
September 2004
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Book Description
This third resource in the popular series gives intermediate teachers the help previously offered only to teachers in kindergarten through grade 3. The book offers 20 lessons based on popular children's books including: Counting on Frank, The Giraffe That Walked to Paris, and Jumanji. Introduction by Marilyn Burns.
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Baseball Math: Grandslam Activities and Projects for Grades 48
Christopher Jennison
1596470070
April 2005
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Book Description
Students practice and apply important math skills as they enjoy popular sports and follow their favorite teams and sports heroes. Activities and projects aimed at both boys and girls are based on historical and reallife situations. They involve kids in scores and score keeping, records and statistics, travel budgets and the cost of seats and refreshments, building the stadium of their dreams, and much more. OlympicMath covers both summer and winter games. Grades 48
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