This site on the book "Araminta's Paint Box" by Karen Ackerman, includes a review of the book, a listing of things to notice and talk about, activities related to the book, other related books, and links to other resources.
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This sample chapter from Hurst's book Picturing Math is an excellent resource for using picture books and activities for learning computation.
This site on the book "Dandelions" by Eve Bunting, includes a review of the book, a listing of things to notice and talk about, activities related to the book, other related books, and links to other resources.
Carol Hurst provides this sample chapter from "Picturing Math." Gathering data is a frequent part of solving problems and satisfying curiosity, which includes working with graphs and using mathematical tools such as averaging and other computations.
This teacher resource includes a review of Laura Numeroff's If You Give a Moose a Muffin, things to notice in the book and discuss, and related learning activities and links.
A review of "The Keeping Quilt" by Patricia Polacco, a story about a Russian immigrant mother and family as well as other resources for teaching young readers.
This teacher resource includes a review The Mitten, a Ukrainian folktale translated into English, things to notice in the book and discuss, and related learning activities and links.
Carol Hurst provides a summary, student activities, related books, and a discussion guide of Linda Sue Park's Newberry winning book, A Single Shard.