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Prize-winning resource! Information and communication technology can be a powerful tool for enhancing student learning. But transforming technological tools into meaningful teaching and learning experiences requires sensible integration into the classroom through appropriate activities.

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Engaging with Mathematics through Picture Books

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Tracey Muir, Sharon Livy, Leicha Bragg, Julie Clark, Jill Wells & Catherine Attard

How can picture books help teachers engage young students in mathematics?

The authors, all leading mathematics educators and researchers, explore many familiar picture books to identify the key mathematical 'big ideas' inherent. They anticipate the misconceptions and difficulties students may have, and share planning frameworks which show how lessons can be enacted and extended.

Each chapter explores one powerful mathematical idea, such as place value, measurement concepts, and data handling and statistics. Find out how Six-dinner Sid can help with ordering numbers, One is a snail, ten is a crab with partitioning, Diary of a wombat with time, Knuffle Bunny with spatial sense, Sophie's Prize with big and small numbers, and Rooster's off to see the world with growing patterns.

The picture books Sophie's Prize and Savanna Dreams are also available from AAMT.

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ISBN-13: 978-1-925145-17-5
Year Levels: pre F - 2
Publisher: Teaching Solutions
Page Count: 82
Cover type: Soft cover
Publication date: 2016
Product number: TAS001
Keywords: Early childhood, Classroom material, Professional learning

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