1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9........
It's a Month of Math!
Today we’re reviewing two similar counting books both based on using M & Ms as counting tools. The first one, The M & M’s Counting Book, by Barbara Barbieri McGrath and illustrated by Roger Glass, uses the candy pieces for counting and sets. Younger children will have fun looking at all the ways they can group the colored candies.
The other book, More M & M’s Math, also by McGrath, develops more math skills such as estimating, graphing, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing (with remainders, too). The review page at the book of the book is a quick reference for children to check what they’ve learned.
We hope you enjoy these math books paired with fun treats! Enjoy!
*What math skills did you learn today?
*Are there any other ways you could use math with M & Ms?
*Could you write a math story about a different type of food?