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Top 10 Math Reads for Kids

Blog Post created by teachontarioteam on Apr 20, 2015

Research shows early math literacy helps kids succeed in school and improves future career prospects. Books are a natural way to teach kids math concepts in a way that keeps them engaged.

 

Top Ten Math Reads for Kids:

 

These books for kids in preschool to Grade 3 teach math concepts, such as: number sense and numeration, geometry, patterning and even algebra, in fun and new ways.

 

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A Million Dots
by Andrew Clements

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Riddle-Iculous Math
by Joan Holub

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Can You Count to Googol?

by Robert E. Wells

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Ten Little Ladybugs

by Melanie Gerth

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Math Potatoes:
Mind-stretching Brain Food

by Greg Tang

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Moira's Birthday

by Robert Munsch

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Arhythmetic

by Tiffany Stone

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Who's the Big Bad Wolf?
A Math Fairy Tale

by George & Molly Gadanidis

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Mathemagic!
Number Tricks

by Lynda Colgan.

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The Grapes of Math

by Greg Tang.

For more about how these books can help early math learners, read Math Memories You Can Count On: A Literature-Based Approach to Teaching Mathematics in Primary Classroom by Jo-Anne Lake.

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