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By Sharon Z. Draznin. Ten units integrate writing and math. In creating a classroom "math museum," for example, each student brings in an object with numbers on it—a clock, an old license plate, a cereal box—and writes the object’s museum description card. Other multi-day activities involve writing "number stories," constructing polygons from toothpicks and mini-marshmallows, buying and selling old toys in a "white elephant sale," analyzing the contents of a week’s trash, studying the Chinese calendar, and completing seasonal activities for fall (graphing apple varieties), winter (folding wrapping paper), and spring (growing a plant and measuring its progress). Grades K–3. Bibliography. Suggested readings. Illustrated. 8½" x 11". Good Year. 232 pages. ©1995.

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Grades K-3
Grades K-3



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