Stuart J. Murphy John Bendall-Brunello
- Title: 100 Days of Cool
- Author: Stuart J. Murphy John Bendall-Brunello
- ISBN: 9780060001230
- Page: 334
- Format: Paperback
Stuart J Murphy travels all over the United States talking to thousands of kids And you ll never believe what they talk about MATH Stuart shows kids that they use math every day to share a pizza, spend their allowance, and even sort socks Stuart writes funny stories about math and if you read his books, you ll start to see the fun in math, too.Most classrooms ceStuart J Murphy travels all over the United States talking to thousands of kids And you ll never believe what they talk about MATH Stuart shows kids that they use math every day to share a pizza, spend their allowance, and even sort socks Stuart writes funny stories about math and if you read his books, you ll start to see the fun in math, too.Most classrooms celebrate 100 days of school But for Mrs Lopez s class, it s 100 days of cool Something new and cool is bound to happen every day, all the way from 1 to 100.
Recent Comments "100 Days of Cool"
adds a little bit more to the regular 100 days of school books like the timeline on the top, the extra zany days, and of course, the misunderstanding at the beginning. Adore the idea of day 41: reading books at the senior center!
From inside jacket " "Mrs Lopez wants her class to clebrate 100 days of school. But Yoshi, Scott, Nathan and maggie didn't hear her right. They thought she said 100 days of cool! Now Mrs Lopez says that if the four kids can be cool for 100 days in a row, the whole class can have the coolest party ever. Can they come up with 100 ideas? Cool socklsol jokesol costumesol hatsol volunteer projects. Each page that talked about that days cool activity had a has a line graph with a large red number show [...]
This is another fun story in the MathStart series by Stuart J. Murphy. We like these books; they incorporate math principles into the story and show how math is fun and necessary for everyday life. This book depicts a fun way to count to one hundred. Skip counting and fractions are natural off-shoots and I like how the number line at the top of each page helps to depict how the days progress. The tale is entertaining and the illustrations are colorful; our girls loved the wild outfits and the cr [...]
There is a number line throughout the book to indicate the places in time where different days are highlighted on the way from days 1-100. No where in the book are there actual items to "count" and there is not an illustration of numbers 1-100 for children to point to and count. My kids enjoyed the zany things the children did to celebrate each day up to 100 (note- not all 100 days are depicted), but as a reinforcement for math it ranks poorly to me, the parent.
100 days of cool is a great book to introduce addition as well as introducing students to the number line and where to place numbers on the number line. I would love to use this book with my students as wel create our own number line of the 100 cool days. I would recommend this book to all teachers.
This is a great story to teach students how to count from 1 to 100. I also really liked the fact that each page included a number line, so it will also be a great book to use to introduce the concept of number lines. I also like that it was to relate to being that most schools celebrate 100 days of school.
This is a wonderful book to teach students about counting to 100. It's gives many ideas of how a couple of students did changed their clothing at school for the first 100 days of school. I would use this book in my first grade class to teach them how they can count to 100 and it can be interactive and fun for them. The students can figure out which numbers come next.
Grade Level(s): K-2* Teaches numbers and counting; in meeting math standards, this book connects number words and numerals to the quantities that they represent.* Can be used to teach fractions* Demonstrates rounding to the next number (estimation)* Teaches concepts of time and how time is measured
This book is a fun book to use for practicing counting. A great way to look at the first 100 days of school. I would read this on the first day and tell the students that at every 20 days or so, we'll have a silly day. That'll keep them excited to count everyday.
This a great reader for the 100th day of school. In this book, they count to the 100th day of school while marking days as they go along. For instance, at 50, they said things like were are half way there. This is great for a 2-4th grade classroom.
This book is very good when students are starting to learn 3 digit numbers . I would use this book for the first 100 days of school and as an introductory to place value unit .
Good book. This book can be used when teaching ordinal numbers, ordering numbers, and before, after, and between.
Math Concepts. Original idea.
i bought it from amazon for the 100th day of school and the kids and i agreed that it was really lame
This book teaches young students to count from 1 to 100 which is an important benchmark for them. Also, the book can be used to introduce place value to some kindergarten and first graders.
This is a great book to read on the 100th day of school. It also teaches children how math is used in thier every day lives. The author makes learning math FUN!!!
Not just a book on counting. It has a little bit of fraction, subtraction, estimation, rounding, etc. A little silly.
All by herself!
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