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Teachers' Lounge Discussion: Making math fun for children

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From: Nancy Raines Day <neday@mindspring.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2005030816:08:22
Subject: Re: Re: Multiplication


I don't know this book, but am the author of a picture book that can
help make early multiplication learning fun. It's called DOUBLE THOSE
WHEELS (Dutton, 2003) and features a monkey who moves from a unicycle
to a bicycle, car, tow truck up to a 64-wheel train, doubling his
wheels each time, en route to delivering a pizza to a birthday party.
The powers of two are featured in memorable rhyme. Helpful for
counting, adding, and early computer literacy, too.

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