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Further reading for children

Children readingThere are some great books available which help young children with mathematical enquiry whilst developing a love of literature.  Books can stimulate mathematical discussions between adult and children and between children; new concepts can be explored or developed from books. Books give children a further bank of reference within their thinking, offering challenge and new meanings.

  • Ten apples up on top, Dr Seuss
  • Sharing a Shell
  • Giant Jam Sandwich
  • The Doorbell Rang
  • How Big is a Million
  • Centipede’s 100 Shoes
  • The Great Pet Sale
  • 100 Hungry Ants Eat Your Peas
  • One is a Snail, Ten is a Crab
  • The Bad Tempered Ladybird
  • The Shopping Basket
  • The Rabbit Problem
  • How Many Jellybeans?
  • 100 Decker Bus
  • 365 Penguins
  • Is the Blue Whale the Biggest thing there is?
  • How Deep is the Sea?
  • How High is the Sky?
  • One More Sheep
  • Who Sank the Boat?
  • One Grain of Rice



 

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