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Books & Print Resources

For Teachers

  • About Teaching Mathematics. Marilyn Burns; Math Solutions Publications.
  • Classroom Connect Connected Newsletter: The K-12 Guide to Technology Integration.
  • Computers as Mindtools for Schools: Engaging Critical Thinking. David H Janassen; Merrill/Prentice Hall.
  • Connecting Mathematics Across the Curriculum. 1995 Yearbook; NCTM.
  • Educating with the Internet: Using Net Resources at School and Home. Nancy Skomars; Charles River Media, Inc.
  • Exploring Mathematics through Literature. Ed. Diane Thiessen; NCTM.
  • Garbage Pizza, Patchwork Quilts and Math Magic. Susan Ohanian; W H Freeman.
  • Helping Children Learn Mathematics. ed Jeremy Kilpatrick and Jane Swafford; National Academy Press.
  • How to Use Children's Literature to Teach Mathematics. Rosamond Welchman-Tischler; NCTM
  • National Educational Technology Standards for Students: Connecting Curriculum and Technology. ISTE.
  • New Visions for Linking Literature and Mathematics. David & Phyllis Whitin; NCTE.
  • Principle and Standards for School Mathematics. NCTM.
  • Spreadsheet Activities in Middle School Mathematics. John C Russell; NCTM.
  • Technology-Supported Mathematics Learning Environments, 2005 Yearbook. William J. Masalski, ed; NCTM
  • The Thousand-Yard Model, or, The Earth as a Peppercorn. Guy Ottewell; Astronomical Workshop.
  • Universal Patterns. Rochelle Newman & Martha Boles; Pythagorean Press.
  • Using Nonfiction in the Classroom. Eileen M. Burke and Susan Mandel Glazer; Scholastic.
  • Writing to Learn Mathematics. Joan Countryman; Heinemann

For Children and Teachers

  • Circles: Fun Ideas for Getting A-Round in Math. Catherine Sheldrick Ross; Addison-Wesley.
  • Comparisons. Diagram Group; St Martin’s Press.
  • Cook-a-Doodle-Doo! Janet Stevens and Susan Stevens Crummel; Harcourt Brace & Co.
  • Cool Math. Christy Maganzini; Price Stern Sloan.
  • Counting on Frank. Rod Clement; Gareth Stevens Children's Books.
  • G is for Googol: A Math Alphabet Book. David M Schwartz, illus Marissa Moss; Scholastic.
  • Grain of Rice, A. Helena C. Pittman; Bantam.
  • Hidden Worlds: Looking Through a Scientist's Microscope. Stephen Kramer, photographs by Dennis Kinkel; Houghton Mifflin Co.
  • How Much is a Million? David M. Schwartz, illus. Steven Kellogg; Scholastic.
  • The I Hate Mathematics! Book. Marilyn Burns; Little, Brown & Co.
  • Joy of Mathematics (and More Joy . . .). Theoni Pappas; Wide World Publishing/Tetra
  • Math Curse. Jon Scieszka, illus. Lane Smith; Viking.
  • Math for Smarty Pants. Marilyn Burns; Little, Brown & Co.
  • Math Games & Activities from around the World. Claudia Zaslavsky; Chicago Review Press.
  • A Mathematical Mystery Tour. Mark Wahl; Zephyr Press
  • The Number Devil, A Mathematical Adventure. by Hans Magnus Enzensberger, illus. Rotraut Susanne Berner; Henry Holt & Co.
  • The Phantom Tollbooth. Norton Juster, illus. by Jules Feiffer
  • The Sizesaurus. Stephen Strauss; Avon.
Biographies:
  • Alexander Graham Bell, An Inventive Life. Elizabeth MacLeod; Scholastic.
  • Celebrating Women in Mathematics and Science. ed. Miriam P. Cooney; National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
  • Leonard of Pisa (Fibonacci). Joseph and Frances Gies; Harper Collins.
  • Leonardo da Vinci. Diane Stanley; Morrow Junior Books.
  • The Man Who Made Time Travel. Kathryn Lasky, illus. Kevin Hawkes; Farrar, Straus and Giroux. The story of John Harrison, whose seafaring clock provided a reliable means of measuring longitude at sea.
  • Starry Messenger: A book depicting the life of a famous scientist, mathematician, astronomer, philosopher, physicist - Galileo Galilei. Peter Sís; Farrar, Straus and Giroux.
  • The Tree of Life: A book depicting the life of Charles Darwin, naturalist, geologist & thinker. Peter Sís; Farrar, Straus and Giroux.
  • Women and Numbers: Lives of Women Mathematicians plus Discovery Activities. Teri Perl; Wide World Publishing/Tetra.

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