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.