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Math Through Children's Literature: Making The Nctm Standards Come Alive

Math Through Childrens Literature Making

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Author: Kathryn L. Braddon / Nancy J. Hall / Dale Taylor

Your children will love Math Through Children's Literature by Kathryn L. Braddon / Nancy J. Hall / Dale Taylor. The author is Kathryn L. Braddon / Nancy J. Hall / Dale Taylor and it was published by Libraries Unlimited. This book was released sometime in 1993. The book is 218 pages long and it incorporates numerous black and white drawings. It's 10.79" Height x 0.51" Length x 8.11" Width. It weighs roughly 1.26 lbs. If you want a copy of this book, check out the market add to shopping cart button on this page.

Use children's literature as a springboard to successful mathematical literacy. This book contains summaries of books, each connected to the NCTM Standards, that can help children gain familiarity with and an understanding of mathematical concepts. Each chapter has classroom-tested activities plus a bibliography of additional books to additional expand student discovering out.



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