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Paul Swan

Mathematics and Picture Books in Early Childhood


Years F-1
Teachers Reference

Mathematics and Picture books in Early Childhood provides an exciting opportunity to captivate a child’s curiosity, nurture their passion for mathematics, and facilitate the establishment of mathematical relationships.

This educational resource uses high-quality picture books and incorporates four enriching mathematical activities for exploration. While the primary emphasis is on Foundation and Year 1 levels, many of these books can be used effectively with students ranging from Kindergarten to Year 2.

This book differs from the Teaching Mathematics Through Story Books titles by providing more in-depth activities.

Books used:

  • Two is for Twins
  • Inside, Outside, Upside Down
  • How Do Dinosaurs Count To Ten?
  • Bear in a Square
  • My Mum and Dad Make Me Laugh
  • Crash! Boom! A Maths Tale
  • Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons
  • Swirl by Swirl: Spirals in Nature
  • Ducks Away
  • Six Dinner Sid
  • Hippos Go Berserk!
  • Have You Seen My Monster
  • Ten Little Dinosaurs
  • One Very Big Bear
  • Is 2 a Lot?
  • Along Came a Different
  • Noni the Pony Counts to a Million