Monday, June 05, 2006

Books ~ Math

I am busy working on putting together Emma Sage's curriculm and found this wonderful list of books [many of which we already own] that we can check out of the library.

Touch Math is a wonderful program, but I'm trying to figure out the cost, or if I can borrow from the lending library.



Counting
Anno, Mitsumasa. Anno's Counting Book.
Carter, David A. How Many Bugs in a BoxCrowther, Robert.
The Most Amazing Hide-and-Seek Counting BookFeelings,
Muriel. Moja Means One: Swahili Counting Book
Lindbergh, Reeve. The Midnight Farm
Carle, Eric. 1, 2, 3, to the Zoo
Sayre, April. One Is a Snail, Ten is a Crab

Addition
10 For Dinner -Bogart, Jo Ellen
12 Ways to Get to 11-Merriam, Eve
Annie's One to Ten- Owen, Annie
Each Orange Had Eight Slices-Gianti, Paul
Going Up!-Sis, PeterHenny
PennyNumbers-Allen, Robert
Rooster's Off to See the World-Carle, Eric
The Great Big Enormous Turnip-Tolstoi, Alexei
The House that Jack BuiltThere Was an Old Woman Who Swallowed a Fly

Subtraction
10 Little Elephants-Leydenfrost, Robert
Anno's Counting HouseBea's 4 Bears-Weston, Maria
Jack and the Beanstalk Mr. Grumpy's Outing-Burningham, John
Pancakes for Breakfast-de Paola, Tomi
Roll Over! A Counting Song-Peek, MerleThe Last Puppy-Asch, Frank
There Were 10 in the Bed

Mulitplication
Bunches and Bunches of Bunnies-Mathews, L
School Bus-Crews, DonaldFractionsA-Apple Pie-Greenway, Kate
Eating Fractions-McMillan, Bruce
Half a Moon and ONe Whole Star-Dragonwagon, CrescentThe Doorbell Rang-Hutchins, Pat
The Half-Birthday Party-Pomerantz, Charlotte

Geometry
8 Hands Round:A Patchwork Alphabet-Paul, Ann Withford
All Kinds of Signs-Reit, Seymour
Boxes! Boxes!-Fisher, Leonard
Building a House-Barton, Byron
Changes, Changes-Hutchins, Pat
Circles, Triangles, and Squares-Hoban, Tana
Four Pigs and a Bee-Melville, HEather
Frosted Glass-Cazat, DenysGalimoto-Williams, Karen Lynn
Grandfather Tang's Story.- Tompert, Ann
If You Look Around You-Testa, Fulvio
Listen to a Shape. Franklin Watts- Brown,
MarciaLittle Blue & Little Yellow-Lionni, Leo
Look! Look! Look! -Hoban, Tana
Round is a Pancake-Sullivan, Joan
Shapes and Things-Hoban, Tana
Shapes, Shapes, Shapes-Hoban, Tana
Shapes: How Do You Say It?-Dunham, Meredith
Shapes-Pienkowski, Jan
The Little Wood Duck-Wildsmith, Brian
The Paper Crane-Bang, MollyThe Patchwork Quilt-Flournoy, ValerieThe Shapes Game-Rogers, Paul
The Train to Grandma's-Gantschev, Ivan
The Trip-Keats, Ezra Jack
The Wing on a Flea-Emberly, Ed
Wheel Away-Dodds, Dayle
AnneWilbur Worm-Hales, Richard and Nicky

Estimation
Munsch, Robert. Moira's Birthday

1 comments:

jennifer said...

Are you familiar with the FIVE IN A ROW books? The are a storybook-based curriculum and remind me of some of your choices. We homeschool our second grader and will also homeschool the twins, who are three, when the time is right. (We are actually already doing school type things, just in very informal ways.) I should add that my middle boy has Down syndrome.

We love learning at home. It's been an incredible experience. I hope its the same for you and that your time learning together builds many happy memories. Congratulations!