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by Abby Carter,Dayle Ann Dodds

  • Author: Abby Carter,Dayle Ann Dodds
  • ISBN: 0763624683
  • ISBN13: 978-0763624682
  • ePub: 1247 kb | FB2: 1548 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Education & Reference
  • Publisher: Candlewick (October 9, 2007)
  • Pages: 32
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 712
  • Format: rtf mbr lit txt
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Full House: An Invitation. Dayle Ann Dodds is the author of numerous picture books for children, including THE SHAPE OF THINGS, TEACHER'S PETS, THE GREAT DIVIDE: A MATHEMATICAL MARATHON, and MINNIE'S DINER: A MULTIPLYING MENU. A former elementary school teacher, she lives in Carmel Valley, California.

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Miss Bloom runs the Strawberry Inn, and she absolutely loves visitors

Miss Bloom runs the Strawberry Inn, and she absolutely loves visitors. Throughout the day, she welcomes a cast of hilarious characters, from a duchess to a dog trainer, until all the rooms are taken. Ita?s a full house! But in the middle of the night, Miss Bloom realizes that something is just not right a? and sure enough, downstairs the guests are eating her cake.

With Dayle Ann Dodds's engaging rhymes and Abby Carter's dynamic illustrations, this introduction to fractions is a piece of cake. Miss Bloom runs the Strawberry Inn, and she absolutely loves visitors

With Dayle Ann Dodds's engaging rhymes and Abby Carter's dynamic illustrations, this introduction to fractions is a piece of cake. Miss Bloom runs the Strawberry Inn, and she absolutely loves visitors.

Abby Carter is the illustrator of many books for young readers, including Full House: An Invitation to Fractions by Dayle Ann Dodds. She is such a lovable pain in the neck! Abby Carter lives in Connecticut.

Dayle Ann Dodds is the author of numerous picture books for children, including THE SHAPE OF THINGS .

Dayle Ann Dodds is the author of numerous picture books for children, including THE SHAPE OF THINGS, TEACHER'S PETS, THE GREAT DIVIDE: A MATHEMATICAL MARATHON, and MINNIE'S DINER: A MULTIPLYING MENU. Abby Carter has illustrated many books for children, including MY HIPPIE GRANDMOTHER, ANDY SHANE AND THE VERY BOSSY DOLORES STARBUCKLE, and ANDY SHANE AND THE PUMPKIN TRICK. She lives in Hadlyme, Connecticut.

Author: Dayle Ann Dodds Illustrator: Abby Carter Abstract of the chosen literature: Miss Bloom runs . Tittle: Full House An invitation to Fractions. Materials: Book: Full House An invitation to Fractions, 5 different colored paper, scissors, markers and a stapler.

Author: Dayle Ann Dodds Illustrator: Abby Carter Abstract of the chosen literature: Miss Bloom runs the strawberry and loves to have a full house; the inn consists of six rooms. So, she tries to have six guests. In this story, each room gets rented out which makes her happy because she has a full house. Common Core State Standards

Creative Storybook for Children: Full House (An Invitation to Fractions) - LOVE IT! Early introduction to the math concept of fractions! If you are teaching fractions, check out these fun and educational math picture books to use in fraction lesson plans

Creative Storybook for Children: Full House (An Invitation to Fractions) - LOVE IT! Early introduction to the math concept of fractions! If you are teaching fractions, check out these fun and educational math picture books to use in fraction lesson plans. Full House: An Invitation to Fractions by Dayle Ann Dodds and illustrated by Abby Carter The Strawberry Inn has vacancies for children who’d like to learn about fractions-as long as they don’t mind the wacky array of other guests in the inn. Collaboration Cuties: Decomposing Fractions with a Math Must Read Mentor Text- Full House.

Автор: Dodds Dayle Ann Название: Full House: An. .Описание: This book offers outrageous advice to those who think that life after forty may only involve old age and death.

Описание: This book offers outrageous advice to those who think that life after forty may only involve old age and death.

With Dayle Ann Dodds’s engaging rhymes and Abby Carter’s dynamic illustrations, this introduction to fractions is a piece of cake.Miss Bloom runs the Strawberry Inn, and she absolutely loves visitors. Throughout the day, she welcomes a cast of hilarious characters, from a duchess to a dog trainer, until all the rooms are taken. It’s a full house! But in the middle of the night, Miss Bloom realizes that something is just not right — and sure enough, downstairs the guests are eating her cake. Readers will be happily inspired to do the math and discover that one delicious cake divided by five hungry guests and one hospitable hostess equals a perfect midnight snack at the Strawberry Inn.
Onaxan
I was excited to get this book, being a mother and former math teacher and the great reviews. It will be going to goodwill, though. Like another reviewer said, the fractions are simply an afterthought and the story is simply people to come and stay at the hotel. The pictures are cute and you could make your own extensions of the book to help kids see the connections between the story and the fractions but it being able to stand alone wouldn't have been that difficult.
Uthergo
this is a cute story with really good illustration. it's a lower skill level than I needed, which was kind of hard to judge without looking through it in person first. this would be great for beginners and little kids to begin to understand the concept of fractions. we did all this concept stuff when my now six year old was two and three and we cut food up into fractions and made groups of m&m's. I thought this would be maybe more math and less story but it is more story and less math. it's still a super cute book though.
Blackseeker
I can see that small children will benefit from reading this book. I read it to my 4-year old grandson once, but he was interested only in the story and not in the fractions part. It is meant for 6-8 year old children and I think this is appropriate. I still feel that starting earlier might be a good idea. Children could absorb the concepts naturally as they learn languages. Exposure is important. (I am a math teacher!)
DireRaven
This is just a really good story. It is a simple introduction to fractions built around a great rhyming story. There are several things I really like about this story. The first is that it explains simple fractions very well. The second is that it uses a mix of simple and more complex words (scrumptious, partake, astonishing). There are characters that would appeal to a variety of children (race car driver, dog trainer, fisherman).
The story moves at a good pace, so kids don't get too wiggly before the story is complete. My kids ask for this story quite often. Just a very good job overall.
TheSuspect
This is a fun introduction to fractions, though the title puts it more cutely. The repetition in this book makes it perfect for reading over and over again to young kids who love to join in. My son has memorized the beginning of each new customer: "Knock knock went the door, Ding dong the bell rang, Welcome, Welcome, Miss Bloom sang." When he wants to read it, he asks for "Welcome, welcome."

I highly recommend this book for very young children; I'm sure it is equally fun for older children who are actually of the age to learn fractions.
roternow
This is a really cute poetic book about a lady who owns a bed and breakfast. Each time a guest checks in, the story explains what fraction of the inn is filled. My third graders really enjoyed it as a part of our fraction unit.
Kriau
Was not impressed by this book. It's very basic and doesn't really help with fractions. It's very simplistic and did not interest my 8 year old.
I've used this book in 2nd grade classrooms. The illustrations are so lovely, and through a fun story with characters that appeal to both boys and girls, the kids are getting an introduction to fractions before they even know it.
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