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Are you looking to incorporate literacy into your math instruction? If yes, then Storybook Math is for you!
What is Storybook Math?
Storybook Math is a resource that was created to help you incorporate literature into your daily math instruction. Storybook Math provides 4 suggested read alouds that incorporate a specific math skill, read aloud lesson guides, centers, printables, and craftivities.
How do I use Storybook Math?
Storybook Math is a supplemental resource. It is not a curriculum. How you choose to incorporate the suggested read alouds and activities into your math instruction are completely up to you. You can use all of the suggested read alouds and activities or pick and choose what works best for you, your classroom, and math lesson.
Unit 4: Subtraction to 20 (First Grade) includes:
-4 suggested Read Alouds:
If you were a Minus Sign by Trisha Speed Shaskan
The Action of Subtraction by Brian P. Cleary
Too Many Carrots by Katy Hudson
The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister
Books listed above are not included in the unit and will need to be purchased separately.
8 interactive centers with differentiated recording sheets
4 interactive subtraction mats
4 subtraction puzzles
12 print and go printables
4 Color by Number printables
4 different craftivities with response pages
What standards are included?
This unit was created with the following First Grade Math TEKS and CC standards:
TEKS: 1.1 (A,B) , 1.3, 1.3 (B,C,D,E,F) , 1.5 (D,E, F, G)
CCS: 1.OA.A.1, 1.OA.B.4, 1.OA.C.5, 1.OA.C.6, 1.OA.D.7, 1.OA.D.8
Can I purchase the read aloud supplements individually?
Yes! However, by purchasing the Unit, you save 20%. The read aloud activities for Unit 5: Subtraction to 20 (First Grade) can be purchased separately by clicking the book titles below.
We are so excited about Storybook Math and hope that you love incorporating it into your classroom.
Storybook Math is created by Michelle Hudgeons and Elizabeth Coller 2018