- Big Ideas for Growing Mathematicians: Exploring Elementary Math with 20 Ready-to-Go Activities byISBN: 1569762120Publication Date: 2007-08-01Presents twenty activities ideal for an elementary classroom, each of which is divided into sections that summarize the mathematical concept being taught, the skills and knowledge the students will use and gain during the activity, and step-by-step instructions.
- The Cheerios Counting Book byISBN: 0590003216Publication Date: 1998-09-01Text and illustrations of the familiar O-shaped cereal help the reader count to ten and add groups of ten.
- How High Can a Dinosaur Count? byISBN: 0375936084Publication Date: 2006-02-14A collection of illustrated math problems including addition, subtraction, multiplication, telling time, counting money and number identification.
- The Pizza Counting Book byISBN: 088106338XPublication Date: 2004-03-01Decorated pizzas are used to introduce counting and fractions.
- Reese's Pieces Count by Fives byISBN: 0439135206Publication Date: 2000-05-01Different kinds of trucks moving Reese's Pieces show how to count to 100.
- Teddy Bear Counting byISBN: 9781580892155Publication Date: 2010-02-01Teddy bears introduce numbers from one to twelve, as well as colors and shapes.
- Tyrannosaurus Math byISBN: 9781582462820Publication Date: 2009-08-11"A former math teacher creates a dinosaur character called T-Math to introduce students to number sentences, skip-counting, symmetry, estimations, and more, in a book where T-Math adds a herd of triceratops, multiplies the legs of ankylosaurs, and estimates the distance to dinner"--From publisher.

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