Books Worth Your Time  
    Books to Support Math  Learning 
  • One Hundred Hungry Ants

    by Elinor J. Pinczes Year Published: Publication Date: September 27, 1999

    One hundred ants head out to a picnic, marching in a row. The littlest ant thinks they are “moving way too slow” and he has an idea. So begins the math lesson embedded in this cute story about sets of ten and grouping. It’s a nice story that introduces math in a fun way. Will the ants reach the picnic in time? Curl up with your little one and have a look. And if there’s no food at the picnic, I’m sure the ants will find something in our kitchen!



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  • The Doorbell Rang

    by Pat Hutchins Year Published: Publication Date: March 25, 2008

    The cheerful and colorful story starts with Mia baking a dozen cookies.   Then it shows how generous children can be in sharing cookies with a seemingly unending line of friends and relatives.  

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  • Each Orange Had 8 Slices A Counting Book

    by Paul Giganti, Jr. Year Published: Publication Date: April 27, 1999

    This fun and engaging book appeals to many, no matter what the age. Readers will enjoy counting their way through the book as they add and multiply. Math puzzles are presented in scenes from everyday life.  The vibrant illustrations are captivating.

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