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CML Bibliographies Database

Contains information available in CML bibliographies.
TitleAuthorPublisher/PublicationCall NumberGrade LevelDescription
TitleAuthorPublisher/PublicationCall NumberGrade LevelDescription
A Collection of Math Lessons from Grades 3 Through 6Burns, MarilynWhite Plains, NY: Math Solutions Publications, 1987.CML REF QA135.5 B83967 19881-3Provides detailed instructional units for students in the first through third grades. Lessons include games that introduce new mathematical concepts to students.
Math and Literature (K-3)Burns, MarilynWhite Plains, NY: Math Solutions Publications, 1992.CML TEXT QA135.5 B796 1992K-3Explains how to integrate literature and math in the primary classroom. Lists books that are particularly good for this purpose.
Math and Literature Grades K-1Burns, Marilyn and Stephanie SheffieldSausalito, CA: Math Solutions, 2004CML REF QA135.6 B768 2004


K-1Provides 22 stories to spark discussion and introduce math activities. Provides case studies of how these stories are implemented.
Classroom Skill Builders Teacher's HelperGreensboro, NC: The Education CenterPeriodicals Rack in CMLK-1Bi-monthly magazines for teachers with lesson plans based on grade level. Many worksheets and fun activities to copy
Developing Algebraic Thinking: Collecting and SortingClemson UniversityClemson University. Developing Algebraic Thinking: Collecting and Sorting. Burlington, NC: Carolina Biological Supply, 2005.

CML TEXT QA159 D484 2005
CML TEXT QA159 D484 20052Twenty units include detailed lesson plans, worksheets, activities, assessments, desired outcomes, and a materials list. A key is provided to identify group size of each activity (whole group, small groups, pairs or individuals) as well as interdisciplinary integration (literature, writing or technology).
Developing Algebraic Thinking: Rhythm and Design.Clemson UniversityBurlington, NC: Carolina Biological Supply, 2005.CML TEXT QA159 D486 2005KTwenty units include detailed lesson plans, worksheets, activities, assessments, desired outcomes, and materials lists. A key is provided to identify group size of each activity (whole group, small groups, pairs or individuals) as well as interdisciplinary integration (literature, writing or technology).
Developing Algebraic Thinking: Together and ApartClemson UniversityBurlington, NC: Carolina Biological Supply, 2005.CML TEXT QA159 D488 20051Twenty units include detailed lesson plans, worksheets, activities, assessments, desired outcomes, and materials lists. A key is provided to identify groups size of each activity (whole group, small groups, pairs or individuals) as well as interdisciplinary integration (literature, writing or technology).
Family Math for Young Children: ComparingCoates, Grace Devila and Jean StenmarkBerkeley: University of California, 1997CML REF QA40.5 C625 1997Pre-K to 2Provides worksheets and activities for many mathematical concepts. Creative group and individual activities can be executed in the classroom or sent home for parents to complete with their children.
Math by All Means. Money: Grades 1 and 2Crawford, JaneSausalito, CA: Math Solutions Publications, 1996CML REF QA135.5 C5775 1994Pre-K to 2Provides a "wealth" of lesson plans concerning money for children in the first and second grade.
Young Mathematicians at Work: Constructing Number Sense, Addition and SubtractionFosnot, Catherine Twomey and Maarten DolkPortsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 2001CML REF QA135.5 F6318 2001Pre-K to 2Discusses how young children grow to understand numbers, addition and subtraction. Includes broad directions on topics such as how to talk about numbers and use manipulatives.
Navigating Through Algebra in Prekindergarten - Grade 2Greens, Carole and Peggy HouseReston, VA: The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 2001.CML KIT QA159 N391 2001Pre-K to 2Three sections that correspond to different mathematical concepts provide lessons for children. Lessons institute the groundwork for algebraic thinking skills.
Afterwards: Folk and Fairy Tales with Mathematical Ever AftersKaye, PeggyWhite Plains, NY: Cuisenaire Company of America, 1996CML REF QA135.5 K292 19961-2Provides nine short stories, each with four to five activity worksheets for students to complete. Stories and worksheets are designed to be photocopied.
The Mailbox: Idea Magazine for TeachersGreensboro, NC: The Education Center, 2008.CML Periodicals RackPre-K and KBimonthly magazine provides classroom displays, worksheets and activities for the elementary school classroom.
Storytime Mathtime: Explorations in Children's Literature.Satarino, PatriciaPalo Alto, CA: Dale Seymour Publications, 1994CML REF QA135.5 S227 19941-3Over 50 math lessons based on 18 popular children’s picture books. Lessons include games, group activities, individual activities and worksheet printouts.
Invitation to Mathematics: KShepardson, Richard D. CML TEXT QA135.5 I555 1987KCollection of math worksheets for kindergarten students.
Early Childhood MathematicsSmith, Susan SperryBoston: Pearson, 2009CML TEXT QA135.6 S64 2009Pre-K to 2Offers activity ideas and tips based on different mathematical concepts. Thematic units are located at the back of the book.