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Children's literature and multiplication

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Description:  What titles in children's literature can be integrated into the teaching of the multiplication concept?
Level:  Late Elem. (3-5)
Math topic:  Multiplication, Literature/Poetry
Ed. topic:  Teaching Styles/Practices

Original Question/Response
05 Jul 99   Children's literature and multiplication by Brenda Olsthoorn
05 Jul 99   Re: Children's literature and multiplication by Gail

Public Discussion
10 Nov 01   Multiplication by Elaine Young
27 Jun 03        Re: Multiplication by Kristina
07 Nov 04        Re: Strategies intergrating literature and math by Yvette Lindial
25 Jul 09        Parker ancestery. by Lewis Parker
27 Nov 01   "Bats on Parade" by Dianne Unger
30 Nov 03   book suggestion by Betty Tatum
22 Feb 05   Great children's book for teaching multiplication by Ann Wheatley
30 Dec 09        Re: Great children's book for teaching multiplication by Johnmat
20 Nov 07   Literature and multiplication by Loreta Wells
30 Dec 09        Re: Literature and multiplication by John
19 Aug 08   updated link by Elaine
26 Mar 10   Lit and multiplication by betsy

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