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At MathWord Press we are committed to using literature to teach common core concepts in math. And we adhere to one additional caveat: we must choose good literature. If we’re going to introduce children to a book, we have the responsibility to make it a good book.

Literature provides a meaningful context for mathematics. Good literature speaks to the heart of a child and can develop the important connections that reinforce knowledge. A good story could help children realize the variety of situations in which people use mathematics for real purposes or provide a way for them to make mathematics learning personal.

And more: a good story or a silly rhyme can make math lessons fun! read more

That's Not a Beagle by M.W. Penn Square Bear Square Bear Meets Round Hound by M.W. Penn Tangram by Chelsea McKay
Empress Adelaide Dances at 8 Flibberty Digits & Flummery Daubs Children’s Literature in the K-3 Mathematics Classroom A Comprehensive Mathematics Dictionary for Grades K-8 by MW Penn
The Pèlerin of the Orb 2lines-club

Coming Soon:
Didi the Doubling Dodo by Adam Goldberg, Ed. D