The Book List

Click the link below for a list of my recommended math books.  It is under construction but some of the categories are built.  I will be working on this the rest of June.   BE sure to click on each book that you’re interested in and browse through the used editions of that book.  Some of them start at a penny plus shipping.  I have bought several used books from Amazon with great luck!  So happy book buying!

http://astore.amazon.com/drnisgumabl-20

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Excellent list. I have ordered several of the books. Thanks for making it easy!

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Look up five frames and ten frames on my blog. Also there is a new book out by Marilyn Burns on Ten Frames!

This book list is my favorite part of your site! I’m very passionate about integrating math and literature and am excited that your list is so long it will take me days to get familiar with all of the books. Have you seen or used the Math Reads program from scholastic that was put together by Marilyn Burns? I’m anxious to receive my sample to see the lesson cards and how well they associate with the CCSS.

Marilyn Burns has some great math books! Also on my Pinterest pages I have some great books. Also I have a pinterest book board!

Happy Mathing,
Dr. Nicki


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