Engaging with Maths through Picture Books will help teachers engage children aged from 3 to 8 with mathematics through rich mathematical and literacy experiences.
Rich mathematical and literary experiences for children
Engaging with Maths through Picture Books will help teachers engage children aged from 3 to 8 with mathematics through rich mathematical and literacy experiences. Each chapter focuses on different mathematical content or domains and has been written by a leading mathematics educator and researcher.
This accessible book can be used as a form of professional learning and a springboard to developing your own exciting literature-based mathematics lesson by using the ideas as they are, adapting them for the needs of your learners and/or taking the ideas and applying them to different books. The authors are confident that educators will find that it stimulates children’s thinking and mathematical experiences by building strong foundations for their future enjoyment and success with mathematics.
Recommended ages: 3-8
Early Years, 5-8 Years
A4 Teacher Guide – 82 Pages
Catherine Attard, Jill Wells, Julie Clark, Leicha Bragg, Sharyn Livy, Tracey Muir
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