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1 edition of Hungry for math found in the catalog.

Hungry for math

poems to munch on

by Kari-Lynn Winters

  • 94 Want to read
  • 21 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canadian poetry,
  • Mathematics,
  • Children"s poetry, Canadian (English),
  • Juvenile poetry,
  • Poetry

  • About the Edition

    An anthology of math-related poems for young readers introduces a range of number concepts, from measuring time and recognizing patterns to counting objects and making estimates.

    Edition Notes

    Issued also in electronic format.

    StatementKari-Lynn Winters & Lori Sherritt-Fleming ; illustrated by Peggy Collins
    ContributionsCollins, Peggy, illustrator, Sherritt-Fleming, Lori, 1968- author
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR9199.4.W56 H85 2015
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 volume (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26459241M
    ISBN 101554553075
    ISBN 109781554553075, 9781554558636
    OCLC/WorldCa891408261

    B: Represent equivalent forms of the same number through the use of pictures and concrete objects up to Hungry for Math would be a good selection for home libraries where parents and guardians are looking for something different than traditional stories for their collections. Not surprisingly, the very hungry caterpillar ends up with a stomach ache. The poems are fun and catchy and would be excellent to reread several times over a unit of study in Mathematics. Materials and Technology: The Very Hungry Caterpillar, chart paper, any type of materials the students wants to use for their own mini plays. Do trees change?

    As a group, practice counting the math manipulatives one at a time in order to practice one-to-one correspondence and matching a written number to a given quantity. Have you changed? The Artwork and Design Eric Carle's colorful collage illustrations and the book's design add immensely to the book's appeal. Ask Students: Do pets change?

    They can use their hand print has many times as they want, but have to count the number of legs that their caterpillar has when they are finished and write the number. Carle's illustrations are created with collage techniques. Use this classic read-aloud to practice the numbers with your students! How many have shoes with laces? The different characters in this book all have ten apples on their head.


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Hungry for math book

Curriculum Standards: This lesson corresponds to standard 2. For an entertaining explanation of why his caterpillar comes out of a cocoon rather than a chrysalis, see Eric Carle's website.

This book delights young readers as they love the fact that the monkeys are mischevious. This lesson also connects with Grades K-4 visual arts National Standard 1 which states that the students understand and apply media, techniques and processes.

Ask volunteers to identify each day of the week on a calendar. Antennae, not one — always two.

Kids won't even know they're learning. Write an addition problem on the board, and prompt students to describe the steps to solve each problem using the number line. Join in the discussion of the vocabulary words ask questions if need be, repeat word, make prediction of what word means 4.

Share their writing with the class if they would like to. Ages January, Teachers and parents will always be clamouring for new and innovative ways to introduce math concepts, and Hungry for Math: Poems to Munch On will surely work.

Ask students to describe other strategies for adding, such as drawing a picture or using a ten frame. Ask students where you should start on the number line seven. Guided Practice Use the story as a guide to ask the following questions for students to think-pair-share: How many apples are on this page?

Ask guiding questions to support understanding and further assess students such as: How many cupcakes are there?

How Hungry Is the Caterpillar?

The Balanced Bee Three circles, tall not wide. Featured Book. He'd tell me about the life cycles of this or that small creature Invite students to hold up their fingers as you count to show the same number e.

Yesterday I ate. Pass out worksheets and as a group, complete the worksheet one line at a time counting the number of items and identifying the matching number.

Happily, you will enjoy reading it to them again and again also. Provide number lines or number cards for students to use as additional support when matching numbers.

Additional EL adaptations Beginning If students do not know number names in English, Hungry for math book them to count using their home language L1.

Give the instructions and model how to complete the life cycle worksheet 5.Joyful Learning In KC: The Hungry Caterpillar Math Book See more. Teachers Pay Teachers {Freebie!} Butterfly Life Cycle (cut & paste) 1st Grade Science Kindergarten Science Science Classroom Teaching Science Science Activities Science Worksheets Spring School Pre School Science Lessons.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar was originally published in and has become a classic. It is a good picture book to own or to take out of the library frequently. Children years-old enjoy hearing the story again and again. Babies and toddlers particularly enjoy the board book edition.

Mar 25,  · One Gorilla is a fun book for introducing counting because it allows you to focus the children on finding and counting the hidden creatures.

The illustrations are wonderful and your young readers will love finding: two butterflies, three budgerigars, four squirrels, five pandas, six rabbits, seven frogs, eight fish, nine birds, and ten cats in the beautiful scenes throughout the book.

In this pack you will find 4 Literacy center activities, 2 Math activities and one Science Activity to help your little learners learn all about the life cycle of a butterfly. Eric Carle's beautiful book; 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar' is a perfect way to integrate all these activities to ensure your.

If you are using this Practice Book with another curriculum, use the tables of pages grouped by skill (iii–vi) to assign pages based on the skills they address, rather than in order by page number. Bridges in Mathematics Grade 1 Practice Book Blacklines The Math Learning Center, PO BoxSalem, Oregon Tel.

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