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Grouping, Comparing & Matching: Picture Books for Math
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Just Enough Carrots : Comparing Amounts
by Stuart J. Murphy

While a bunny and his mother shop in a grocery store for lunch guests, the reader may count and compare the amounts of carrots, peanuts, and worms in the grocery carts of other shoppers.


Pair of Socks, A: Matching
by Stuart J. Murphy

Does a polka-dotted sock match a striped sock? Young children will learn about matching, an important early math skill, as a lonely striped sock searches the house for its mate. They will may even be inspired to practice this skill in their own sock drawers!


Sorting
by Henry Pluckrose

Children can become mathematical problem solvers, learning to communicate and reason mathematically, by using the Math Counts series. The full-color photographs and simple text encourage talk about topics that are essentially mathematical.


Stay in Line
by Teddy Slater

Twelve children on a class trip to the zoo have fun grouping themselves into lines of different sizes.

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Measurement
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Geometry
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Place Value
Addition
Subtraction
Multiplication
Division
Time
Tangrams
Probability
Powers of Two
Fractions
Problem Solving
Charts & Graphs
Estimating
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