This past month I have been on a bit of a book buying spree. Here's what's on my reading list:
This book came in a bundle with the newest version of Children's Mathematics.
I really loved the first edition of this book. I haven't started the second edition, but after 30 more years of research I'm excited to read what they have to say.
I think I have a good grasp of how to teach student-centered math in the primary grades, but this is for grades 3-5. I'm just thinking ahead here.
This came highly recommended.
This one also came in my bundle with Children's Mathematics. Since the bundled price was so much cheaper, I just had to try all three books.
I bought this book last summer and just haven't gotten to it yet. But it's the required reading for my next class in my math endorsement program.
My school book club just started this book. This is the first book we've done that had teachers from kindergarten up to fifth grade saying they already had things they wanted to try and we've only read chapters one and two.
This book is on the top of my pile - book review coming in January. But I have to say that I tried a game from this author called Savvy Subitizing and if the book is anything like the game, I can't wait to dip into it. More to come on the game too...I just forgot to take pictures.
I know my list has gotten a little long and the pile next to my desk is a little big, but I'd love to hear what you are reading right now, please leave a comment.