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To search for books by topic (i.e., algebra, shapes, measurement):
- Leave drop-down box as NW Owens Matls to search for items in the K-12 Curriculum (textbook) collection; change to NW Owens Juvenile to search for materials in the third floor juvenile collection; change to NW Horace Mann Library to search for materials in the Horace Mann Library (located in Brown Hall)
- Type topic in the search box (example: algebra) and click the Search button
Algorithms with Disney Frozen by
This simple, unplugged introduction to algorithms is designed for young readers not yet ready for coding on computers. Beloved characters Elsa and Anna, from Disney's Frozen, draw in readers new to coding concepts.How do computers know what to do? Do they have brains? Of course not! People write lines of code that tell a computer what to do. Several lines of code make up an algorithm. You can write algorithms too!
Counting on Frank by
A boy and his dog present amusing counting, size comparison, and mathematical facts.
My little big math book by
This is a beautiful story about a girl who learns to count. If you are curious to know why you count or if you want to do some exercises together with children to help them on their way to start counting, then this is the book for you.
Saved by Addition by
sing the power of fantasy, Rachel Rogers and Joe Lineberry add adventure to learning math. Second- and third-grade students join an imaginary world of even and odd numbers, where math principles come to life
Bedtime Math 2: This Time It's Personal by
Over 100 kid-friendly story math problems on topics from missing socks and glitter to your favorite wild pet and how fast you can run. Kids will find that math surrounds them in their everyday lives.
Tyrannosaurus Math by
T-Math, a dinosaur, introduces such mathematical concepts as addition, multiplication, counting, and estimations, with examples of adding a herd of triceratops, multiplying the legs of ankylosaurs, and estimating the distance across a gulch.