As soon as your child can sit in your lap, picture books offer a gentle introduction to a variety of math topics.
- Counting and More
Math concept books for the very young and the young at heart.
- Geometry Foundations
Puzzles, patterns, measurement, and shapes.
- Arithmetic Foundations
From addition and subtraction to basic fractions.
- Money and Time
Math for the “real world.”
Within each subcategory, books are listed alphabetically by author.
If you click on a book cover, the links take you to Amazon.com, where you can read reviews and other details (and where I earn a few cents of affiliate commission if you actually buy the book), but most of these books should be available through your public library. Ask a librarian to find you a copy — they love to help!
3 thoughts on “Picture Books and Early Readers”
Love it! We learn with Board Games, you learn with books! Actually I have a rather eclectic Charlotte Mason theme to my homeschool, most of our everything comes from a hands on approach…I think you would really enjoy my site! http://www.letsmakelearningfunagain.com I’m adding more and more all the time but I absolutely love connecting with others who share a passion for fun learning…so glad I found you.
I found this book at the library, or rather it found me because I wasn’t actually looking for math books. It’s called the “Math Curse” by Jon Sciezka + Lane Smith. Some of the math is jibberish however it does a great job of showing how math is everywhere! We enjoyed it! If it’s not on your list I think it would be fun addition to your collection!
Thank you for the book recommendation. I love Math Curse! I will add it to my page for elementary-age readers, which I hope to post one of these days…
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