55 Results
55 Results
Spaghetti and meatballs for all! : a mathematical story —Burns, Marilyn, 1941-
Book
1997
13 available of 14 items

The seating for a family reunion gets complicated as people rearrange the tables and chairs to seat additional guests.

The greedy triangle —Burns, Marilyn, 1941-
Book
1994
10 available of 13 items

Dissatisfied with its shape, a triangle keeps asking the local shapeshifter to add more lines and angles until it doesn't know which side is up.

Stay in line —Slater, Teddy.
Book
1996
5 available of 6 items

Twelve children on a class trip to the zoo have fun grouping themselves into lines of different sizes.

Cats add up! —Ochiltree, Dianne.
Book
2006
5 available of 7 items

A family with one cat keeps adding more until they give some of the cats away.

Slower than a snail /by Anne Schreiber ; illustrated by Larry Daste ; math activities by Marilyn Burns. —Schreiber, Anne.
Book
1995
4 available of 5 items

A brother and sister argue about her speed and size while running a race.

The 512 ants on Sullivan Street —Losi, Carol A.
Book
1997
8 available of 8 items

In this rhyming, cumulative story, the number of ants doubles each time they take a new treat from a picnic lunch.

Drôle de soupe! —Buckless, Andrea.
Book
2002
1 available of 1 items

Amanda Bean's amazing dream : a mathematical story —Neuschwander, Cindy.
Book
1998
6 available of 7 items

Amanda loves to count everything, but not until she has an amazing dream does she finally realize that being able to multiply will help her count things faster.

Just a minute!. —Slater, Teddy.
Book
6 available of 7 items

A young boy learns how important it is to know just how long a minute is. Includes a section with related activities.

Mesure, mesurons, mesurez! —Keenan, Sheila.
Book
2002
3 available of 3 items

Monster math school time —Maccarone, Grace.
Book
1997
7 available of 8 items

From the time they get up at seven in the morning until they go to bed at eight o'clock at night, monsters spend a busy day, especially at school. Includes related activities.

Tic-Tac-Toe three in row —Stamper, Judith Bauer.
Book
1998
4 available of 4 items

Monster math picnic —Maccarone, Grace.
Book
1998
1 available of 1 items

The number of monsters engaged in various activities at a picnic always adds up to ten. Includes related activities.

Matou mange-tout —Rocklin, Joanne.
Book
2003
0 available of 1 items

More or less a mess. —Keenan, Sheila.
Book
6 available of 6 items

A little girl uses sorting and classifying skills to tackle the huge mess in her room. Includes related activities and games.

The lunch line —Nagel, Karen.
Book
1996
9 available of 9 items

In the school cafeteria at lunchtime, Kim eyes all the tasty food and tries to figure out what she can buy with her dollar.

Not enough room! —Rocklin, Joanne.
Book
1998
4 available of 4 items

When two sisters have to move into the same room, they use tape to divide the room into different shapes so that each one can have her own space. Includes related activities.

No fair! —Holtzman, Caren.
Book
1997
3 available of 3 items

Two children play several games of chance trying to figure out what is mathematically fair.

Lizzy's dizzy day —Keenan, Sheila.
Book
2001
4 available of 4 items

Although she thinks she is helping with her cousin's birthday party, Lizzy's mathematical reasoning does not always add up.

Cats add up! —Ochiltree, Dianne.
Book
1998
7 available of 7 items

A family with one cat keeps adding more until they give some of the cats away. Includes related activities.

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