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From: Jeanne
(for Teacher2Teacher Service)
Date: Mar 17, 2001 at 15:12:44
Subject: Re: Integrating math/literature
Hi Lisa, I did a search of the Math Forum's library and found the following sites which might be of use to you: Using Children's Literature in Math and Science http://www.enc.org/resources/records/full/0,1240,011706,00.shtm Thinking Fountain Shapes Clusters http://www.sci.mus.mn.us/sln/tf/nav/shapescluster.html City Creek Press http://www.citycreek.com/ Children's Literature in Mathematics http://math.youngzones.org/literature.html How to Use Children's Literature to Teach Mathematics http://watt.enc.org/online/ENC2285/2285.html And there are more... You can do the same search for yourself by going to http://mathforum.org/grepform.html and typing in a search word. I used "literature." You might want to try "children's literature" for a more specific search. (I didn't use "math and literature" since the word "math" is in everything in the Forum's library.) Hope this helps. -Jeanne, for the T2T service
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